This was a great visit to the Rolling Hills Asylum. This was an unofficial paranormal investigation, and we didn't come truly prepared to capture any evidence with the exception of a 35mm camera. Later Sharon and Jason from the Asylum graciously came along with 4 of the participants of that night's walk through with some equipment and pointed out hot spots, including communication with the spirits using a flashlight.
In one of the pictures below, my companion Henry (x-cop from NJ, wearing black hat) stares at me with wide eyes (yes...he was very startled), later he explained that the reason was that he had seen the doll move, which can be seen in the same picture behind him next to the organ. In another picture he smiles nervously as he sits in the barber chair. He thought that his hair had been touched, and the same thing happened to another participant about an hour later as we sat in the hallway of the 3rd floor right outside the double doors of the sunroom.
In another picture Henry stands next to a child's play stroller and again he claimed he saw this doll move, and if you notice you will see a stuffed "Pluto" doll in the stroller. Later in the night we mentioned the event to Sharon and Jason from the Asylum who both laughed and said now they understood why their ovilus had kept repeating over the word "Pluto" various time throughout the day, however they kept thinking of the planet not the Disney cartoon. No doubt an entity wanted to bring attention to something.
We came by during the day, and even then this location is very spooky, and I stood out in the roadway to assess that even now in modern times it is very remote, so when this location started as the Genesee County Poor Farm in the early 1800s it was meant to isolate those who lived there and keep them on the fringes of society both figuratively and literally