Bedlam: The History of Bethlem Hospital

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The Bethlem Royal Hospital in London turn out to be notorious in the 1600′s in respects to the callous and cruel care of its patients as exposed by psychiatric historians.

Bedlam: The History of Bethlem Hospital exposes why Bedlam came to represent the very concept of insanity itself.

It was lampooned for centuries as both a humanoid zoo and a academy of lunacy and for century was one of London’s foremost vacationer enticements, as Madame Tussauds is nowadays.

Britain’s foremost psychiatric historians deliberate Bedlam and its residents as we divulge the unbelievable past of one of U.K’s most dishonorable foundations.

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