Or you can simply offer them FINGER SANWICHES......narf narf...
But now that does sound creepy, and I can understand you not wanting everyone to know who you are or where you live and work.
My point, is that in any place where you have wretched suffering, you have the potential for a haunting. My case in point was the Bartonville Insane Asylum. That place was build in the 'hey day' of the stereotypical 'snake pit,' where horible things were done to sick individuals under the guise of "curing' them of their affliction. In those days, being committed to any kind of a mental institution had a serious socil stigma attached to it. If it got out you ever did time in a "looney bin," you couldn't get a job, and nobody ever trusted you, not even members of your own family. One of my great grandparents was committed to a mental institudion in the late 1800s after a head injury. He was labled as "insane," and was ostricised by his neighbors and even his own brothers and sisters.
The contitions in those "institutions" were horendous. Rats, cockroaches, filth everywhere you look, patiends confined to straight jackets for hours and says on end, emersion in freezing cold water, electro shock, latobomies, you name it. Those places were prime candidates for hauntings. Now a days, a mental illness is seen as just that. An illness, and nothing more. You aren't labeled as a "lunatic" and ostricised for the rest of your life for suffering a depression. I, myself, did a week on a Psiciatric Ward at a hospital because of depression back in the late 80s. Not only did I NOT lose my job, but my employers and co workers actualy thought it was to my credit that I had the good sense to ask for help when I needed it. IF this had happened in the 1880s and I comitted myself to a place like the Bartonville Insane Asylum, I might be there for the rest of my life. My family would have nothing to do with me, IF I were actualy among the tiny percentage that did get released, and I would have suffered no end of torturs.
No wonder there are stories of hauntings associated with places like that. Prisons are no exceptions. The abandoned West Virgina State Penitentury, for instance is listed as being one of the most haunted places in the world, and that's mainly because of the evil, and suffering that went on there.