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New York’s first state-run psychiatric facility was characterized by its grandiose Greek revival architecture, but it was not as glamorous as it looked. It is known for the invention of the Utica crib, a cage-like bed that was used to restrain patients. Those who have explored the facility since its closing have reported hearing screams and seeing faces in windows.

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