November 17, 2010

Victorian nightmare

Alejandro Legarda was an Obstetrician & Gynecologist and had a clinic in his house. In fact, one of his sons was born in this very clinic. Yes, the skeleton is real; Alejandro used it when he was in medical school. Pardon the title, but I couldn't help it; this clinic just reminds me of Victorian sanatoriums and asylums I see in movies • LEGARDA ANCESTRAL HOUSE #3

clinic of Dr. Alejandro Legarda at La Cocina de Tita Moning, the ancestral home of the Legarda clan

11 comments:

Autumn Belle @ KDP said...

It will be quite an eerie feeling working late into the night or wee hours of the morning with this skeleton as a companion.

Mo said...

Some interesting museums in central London like this

Photo Cache said...

I wouldn't be comfortable living here with him as housemate :)

bfarr said...

Very interesting...and a bit creepy.

George said...

I can understand why you gave the this post the title you did. The picture is interesting, but somewhat creepy.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

This clinic seems to be a true time capsule of the era. These kinds of museums are the only certain way of time travel. So far.

Olivier said...

tu sais Halloween c'est finit ;o))

brattcat said...

Yes, I think the title is perfect for this image.

Gunn said...

Gosh!
Is that "James" the butler ?

Halcyon said...

I'm glad I didn't live in those days. For many reasons!

Lois said...

That is a little scary and I'm glad I didn't have to live through that era!