Photographer Nate Kensinger has photos of a real haunted house* in Brooklyn: the Greenpoint Hospital. Built in 1914, it was in operation through 1982, and currently seven towers on the grounds are used as apartments, a homeless shelter, and a new community space. This is a story about the one abandoned building, however: the former nurses residence. The building has seen lots of blood in its day, and reportedly on February 3rd, 1971 "Frank Serpico's inert, blood soaked form was wheeled into the Emergency Room." The site may be developed soon, so Kensinger's photos could be a last look at what is likely to become affordable residential units.

*Unsubstantiated! But it might be haunted by this dead pigeon Kensinger photographed.