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Unusual because the door has a slow closing mechanism that doesn't allow it to slam, but close. It is said that the building was once a hospital and the 3rd floor was once an insane asylum on base and the first floor was an emergency center/operating center due to the vast open hallway that lead to the wings of the building the statement isn't denied.
Submitted by Shawn
Comment by Shawn: Here is an additional story now that I'm out. At night at the very top of the H-1 building at hospital point is the CDO (Chief Duty Officer) night post.
This Post is to answer any important calls from overseas, such as red cross messages and any information regarding Marines. Well, while doing this post I was sitting at the desk early into the duty around 2200-2300 I watched a little child look into the assistants room at me and continue walking to the left past the CDO's office.
I immediately got up from the desk and went to the doorway, I looked to the left down the hall there was no one was there I then went into the CDO's office and asked the CDO on duty if he had a child that was on deck, he replied no that we were the only ones there.
I conferred with him that I had just seen the child and he spoke with me of the history of the H-1 Building of how it used to be a hospital and how when he was a kid he would come to the hospital point for treatment.
Since then I have spoken with the evening duties of the Quarterdeck (main entrance) and have been told there were a number of disturbances during the night at this building during the night. This information is never recorded in any duty rosters as any inquiry would lead to negative attention to ones self.
Categories: hospital, building, asylum
In 1995, I took a late night walk at courthouse bay. I walked out onto the dock at the new river, and saw a man fishing; he was wearing a ballcap, and a light jacket. It was a clear, moonlit night, and I wanted to ask the guy if he caught anything, but he didn't seem like he wanted to be bothered.
I sat down on the dock and lit a cigarette, looked up, and the man was gone! I found out a while later that a marine drowned while fishing drunk in the 1970's, and people have been seeing him ever since...
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