(Sculpted by Daniel "Crusoe the Painter" Joyce)
orderlies don't believe they exist, that they are merely the delusions
and hallucinations of their demented wards. But any of them will tell
you, during their saner moments, that they have seen them. They wander
the halls at night, the tormented souls of former inmates who died upon
the asylum grounds. Some died of abuse, some alone in their cells, of
natural causes. But the scariest, the loneliest and seemingly the angriest,
died alone in the fire that led to the eventual abondonment of the left
wing. Oh the orderlies all got out, and they assured everyone they evacuated
all the inmates out as well. But it was a lie. A few died alone in their
cells, unable to leave. Wrapped in a straitjacket, thrashing helplessly,
they died as the smoke filled their lungs. It's amazing how a little
lost paperwork can make all the numbers come out right. But the spirits
don't lie. For now, only the inmates seem to notice them. Their condition
possibly making them more sensitive to these kinds of disturbances.
But not for long, not for long. The Tormented want revenge, and soon
everyone will know it."
2. One of the Raving Dead: a Straight-jacketed Zombie
(Sculpted by Steve "Caffeinated" Saunders)
(Sculpted by Matt "S1ND3X"
a giant hairless creature, locked away in a cell, to which only the
head psychiatrist Dr Andi has the key. Stronger than three male nurses,
maybe it's an experiment with apes that went wrong. Or was it here long
before the advent of science? "
(Sculpted by Kai Teck "Fatgoblin" Ng)
Basically the idea is that its some sort of gribbly monster that took
the shape of an inmate all wrapped up, but it is all flesh and no cloth.
So if you were far away and the lights are dim maybe you might mistake
it for an inmate. Maybe?"
The Eldritch Idol in the Attic
(Sculpted by Area23)
Some of the patients know the secret way to the attic. Up there, amidst
a mass of boxes, old uniforms and mouldy antique books, hidden in a
corner stands an unholy idol.
It is said the founder and first director of the asylum brought this
thing from his travels in the colonies.
How this foul statue was worshipped by godless pagans and what they
intended to gain by it is unknown.
In fact, most of the few patients and orderlies who have seen it tend
to feel very uneasy after.
wait, did it's eyes just move?"
Brown Jenkin, from the story "Dreams in the Witch House"
by H.P. Lovecraft
(Sculpted by Michael Keller)
The Lurker of Ashe Lake (Sculpted
by Brad "FPS"
Local legend tells of a monster - a festering mound of tentacles, barnacles,
and gibbering mouths haunting the shore of Ashe Lake and its nearby
caverns. It's said to be drawn to fear, misery, and despair and has
a hunger for human flesh...all of which Frothville Sanitorium has in
The Curious Case of Mr. Michael Philby (Sculpted
The brief version is that one Michael Philby, gardener, destroyed a
badger sett and was then cursed by said badgers. The curse turned him
into a badger-man ( meles sapiens) and he now resides at the Frothsville
Sanatorium. Click here to read more..."
The Experiment (Sculpted by Ming-Hua "Minimaker" Kao)
Experiment: "Mrs. White is sounding a bit ticked off today, isn't
she? Dr. Hyde's sedatives don't seem to work as well as he described.