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Empty halls, straight jackets and a crumbling autopsy room: Haunting photos capture abandoned mental asylums around America 

New York-based photographer Christopher Payne spent six years travelling America to explore abandoned asylums, including facilities in South Dakota, Tennessee and Illinois.
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