our planet is the mental institution of the universe.”
~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
One of the entertainments in 17th Century London was the Bethlehem Hospital, also known as Bedlam, which allowed "sane" townspeople to visit and observe the lunatics.
We're deprived of this fun, because we've closed most of our lunatic asylums, but never fear: We have the media bringing us the antics of the crazy. Let's see what life is like in our insane asylum.
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“As an architectural marvel, Bethlem appeared in at least thirty-six tourist guides in 1681.”
― Catharine Arnold, Bedlam: London and Its Mad