The second location that my wife and I visited on this particularly hot day was - conveniently enough - only about a hundred meters down the street from "The Projectionist's House", so we didn't really have to move around a lot in the heat.
A problem was that the fence around the Doctor's Villa was in significantly better shape than the one before...
There was only one small hole at ground level facing the main street going past the house. There was a lot of traffic and many people walking past, so we were a little undecided if we should risk the entry.
When the traffic had calmed down and there were no people for a short moment, I slipped through (not without getting a couple of scratches from the fence) and checked out if there was a way into the house at all. I walked around the villa and spotted an open window. It was a little high, but there was a small edge on the wall below, so it was possible to get in.
I went back to the hole in the fence and told my wife to follow me. She didn't really likes to be crawling through the dirt (I think I mentioned that already), but she elegantly dove down and through the hole in the fence without any trouble.
I climbed through the window and helped her climb up.
Inside, we found out why we had been warned about the condition of the house. Years of decay and vandalism have left it in miserable shape.
Furniture has been taken apart, and there are huge holes in the floor of the upper floors. We found newspapers from the 1960s and patient files dating from the 1960s all the way to the 1960s.
After about an hour and a half, we made our way back out.
Since the hole in the fence is hidden between bushes, I imagine that it looked really weird for people that there was no one on the sidewalk in one moment and two dirty people patting the dust from their clothes in the next.
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