The Mystery of Sadie McMullen
and the Buffalo State Insane Asylum in Buffalo

or watch on Click HERE

In 1890, Sadie McMullin during a fit of insanity threw Delia Brown Age 6 and Nellie May Conners age 8 off of the Railroad bridge over Murder Creek in Akron, N.Y.
After trial, Sadie was committed to the Buffalo State Insane Asylum in Buffalo, New York for a period of two-years.
According to her nephew and biographer Mark Saglian, after she was released, she vanished with out a trace and was never seen or heard from again...

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Watch the The Mystery of Sadie McMullen Video online (3min 30 sec)

To learn more about the History of the H.H. Richardson Complex
(History of the Buffalo Psychiatric Center) HERE

Also known as the HH Richardson Complex, State Insane Asylum, State Lunatic Asylum, Buffalo State Hospital, Buffalo Psychiatric Center located at 400 Forest Avenue, Buffalo, NY

other asylum links:

Historic Asylums

New York State Asylum for the Insane

Modern Ruins and Urban Exploration (urban archaeology)

Haunted Places in New York (haunted Buffalo)

Old Photos of the Buffalo Psychiatric Hospital



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