People with mental health disorders suffer from all sorts of terrifying hallucinations and delusions that can cause them to do crazy things you never could have imagined. When humans are driven to madness, they are capable of horrific things, like pulling their own eyeballs out with their bare hands, drinking another person’s blood off the floor, and doing unspeakable things to some innocent dogs. It can be hard for even a trained professional to witness the disturbing things that some of these patients have done.
Even some of these doctors and nurses had to pull away from these mental health patients because of the boundaries they crossed. Many professionals who have worked in the mental health industry have understandably had trouble sleeping after witnessing some of the things that these people have done.
Imagine if you had someone scream bloody murder in your face and telling you that you were going to burn in hell, or having a patient tell you that someone was coming to abduct you.
These 15 people have confessions about mental patients that are so creepy that they will keep you up at night. The medical professionals who dealt with these patients were all pretty traumatized by what they saw during their time working with these mentally disturbed people. Some of these stories sound like they are straight out of a horror film, but the scariest part is probably that all of this really happened. It’s incredibly shocking and disturbing to hear about how twisted the mind of an individual with a mental illness is.
1. The Blood-Drinking Patient
Someone who worked in a forensic psychiatric ward confessed one of the most disgusting things that he’d ever witnessed on the job. One day, a mental patient randomly punched one of the healthcare workers in the face. She was an older African American woman, and she had fallen and passed out after she had been hit. Her face bled so much that a puddle had pooled up on the floor.
The staff members rushed their colleague out of the room to get her some help, leaving the mental patient locked in. When they returned to get him, he was down the ground on all fours licking the blood up off of the tile. Did this patient punch the woman on purpose, causing her to bleed so that he could drink her blood?