I know plenty of crazies who should be locked away and never heard from again. Or better yet, maybe I can take all my favorite nutcases under false pretenses to the Stephen Beaumount Museum of Mental Health in England, and, you know, just leave them there. This place tells the story of the West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum (can someone start a band with that name?) and how patients were treated there from 1818 until that shit closed in 1995. People were still calling people paupers in the 1990s? Only in Britain. There is a scale model of the original hospital building, because the museum is located in a different hospital (the Fieldhead in Wakefield, to be exact). Only open on Wednesdays, the exhibit also includes restraining equipment, medical documents, photographs, surgical equipment and a a padded cell (seen in the above photo). Let’s go!