Lier mental asylum, Norway
The Norwegian psychiatric hospital in a small town of Lier, located half an hour’s car ride from Oslo, has a dark history. Patients underwent experimental methods of treatment, and in 1985, four buildings were left in a hurry for no obvious reason. All the equipment, beds, and even the hospital logs and personal effects of the inmates stayed in the deserted facilities. It’s interesting, however, that the remaining eight buildings still operate as usual.