The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum (formerly Weston State Hospital) is a monument to a different time. Originally built to house and treat the mentally ill, the facility fell on hard times and closed in 1994. It reopened in 2007 for historical tours and special "haunted" events.
Flashlight tours of the old hospital can include a visit to the asylum's morgue, which was located next door to the room where employees clocked in and out for work.
Aside from the flashlight tours and ghost-hunting expeditions, the asylum also hosts a "traditional" haunted house on the property, full of local volunteers taking on the roles of ghouls, goblins and ghosts.