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10 Wilmington Place (Southern Ohio Lunatic Asylum). The Southern Ohio Lunatic Asylum, a sanatorium in which a melting pot of this state's criminally mad, daft and demented were set, was later effectively called the Dayton State Hospital, finally termed 10 Wilmington Place, which entirely "derails" past notions of the previous named construction, and has become a retirement home for the elderly. "It must be recalled that hot thinking at this time had by no means completely eliminated from "insanity" its early association with demons, spirits sin and similar legendary phenomena. Neither was it generally believed in the class of illness and the suffering were viewed with an admixture of fascination, shame and shame" (INSIDE D.S.H 2). The writer is communicating that there was a misconception concerning the suffering that they were not only insane but also demonically possessed, thus the obscurity of the sufferers due to curiosity and shame by the community. In such films as House on Haunted Hill where certain archaic medical experiments were performed on patients that once were put there; as a challenge that a bunch of individuals were offered money to spend the night in a house thought to be haunted by former patients years ago. This movie concept is in compliance with the author's statement about popular thinking and public views. "The Ohio Legislature in 1852 acknowledged the presence of a lunacy problem by authorizing the construction of two new asylums to supplement the one existing, and so came about the origin of the Southern Ohio Lunatic Asylum, now more usually referred to as the Dayton State Hospital" (INSIDE D.S.H 1). On July 7 1852,the board met in Cincinnati and again on July 8, 1852 they held a meeting Dayton...