RisingDeadMan, there is a world of difference between the mental health care facilities of today's modern medical science and the insane asylums of times past. Your work place doesn't sound creepy at all. I'm sure there are some realy disturbed individuals there who may be scary, but the places I'm refering to are the stereotypical insane asylums where people were tortured and beaten by orderlies, some of the "patients" really weren't mentaly ill at all, but were just "wearhoused" there by family members who wanted to get rid of them. I'm talking about the "snake pit," where patients lived wretched lives at the mercy of unscrupulous doctors, nurses and orderlies.
Those places are "haunted," because of all the horrid suffering that occured there. One of the many legends about the Bartonville Insane Asylum is about a little girl who was comitted there at age 5, and died there at age 72, never having ever seen the outside again. She would stare out the window for hours on end. Now according to legend you can see either a little girl or an old woman staring out one of the windows. Today's mental health centers are NOTHING like Bartonville.