The now defunct Willard Asylum for the Chronically Insane is a hallmark to now-defunct treatments for people in need of mental healthcare. The property is a peaceful cottage surrounded by towering trees and endless lawns, which once contained farmland that patients maintained together. Today the facility is defunct and preserved as a historic artifact. Strange trinkets are still found by those brave enough to venture inside, such as 400 suitcases stored in the attic that were brought in by incoming patients. Today people come to admire the columned entrance, the crumbling tower and broken windows of a long abandoned facility.