This is the connector hallway connecting the fourth floor convalescent wards to the violent wards at Greystone Park State Hospital, a massive insane asylum complex in New Jersey.  Usually, in making choices about the interior design of an asylum, the effects upon the patient are carefully considered before any decision is made.  ”Institutional Green” is the paint color of choice for most asylum interiors because of its calmative effects.  So I question the judgement of whoever decided that blood red was a good choice for the corridor leading to the section of the asylum designated for the most restless and disturbed patients.

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