A six-part piece depicting case studies of patients of the infamous Bethlem Royal Hospital, (from which the word 'bedlam' was derived), during the late 1800's. Reference was taken from archival photographs held at the hospital and from the book 'Presumed Curable' by Colin Gale and Robert Howard. It is not known why the photographs were taken
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