Lunching Alone, Buangkok Green
I visited the Institute of Mental Health recently.
It’s not what you’re thinking.
I read about the Woodbridge Museum. Knowing the infamous history of the old Woodbridge Hospital, I was keen to visit the museum.
To be honest, it’s disappointing. Very small. But it does have some interesting stuff like a large model of the original hospital (made by patients in the early 1970s), an old straitjacket used to strap inmates down, and surgical instruments used to carry out post-mortems during the Japanese Occupation when the hospital was used by the military.
After the visit. I went down for lunch. I was standing in line right behind a gentleman who is apparently the Indian lone ranger.
He was dining alone.
Kemosabe had left him.