Located in Catalonia, Spain is a water park that’s probably more famous in its derelict state than it ever was while still in use. Built in the early ‘90s, the park is said to have lasted only two seasons before it had to close its doors because of a cash crunch – and, urban legend has it, due to a fatal accident. According to one rumor, the wave machine sucked a child under
2. Hellingly Hospital
Hellingly is an abandoned hospital in England that was actually an insane asylum. Hellingly was once a state-of-the-art mental institution designed by G.T. Hine. This particular asylum contained a 63-acre estate with its own rail line, a ballroom, a salon and a water tower, but once the place was abandoned in 1994, it quickly fell into disrepair, you'd think it was abandoned in 1894, not a mere 22 years ago.
3. Waverly Hills Sanitorium
Waverly Hills Sanitorium is located in Kentucky. At the turn of the 20th century, Waverly was a state-of-the-art tuberculosis treatment facility. In the 1960s it became a mental institution, but was shut down years later due to rampant reports of patient abuse. One of the most famous features of this sadistic madhouse, was the "Body Chute" or "Death Tunnel" — a railcar system for transporting corpses from the top of the hill to the bottom. It is said that over 65,000 patients died at the hospital. There are hundreds of unique horror stories that range from forced lobotomies to forced abortions. Records show some doctors who sexually abused female patients would sometimes fake the women's suicides.