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In New South Wales, Australia, at the entrance of Sydney Harbor, lies the North Head Quarantine Station. Established in the 1830s, this building was a flimsy line of defense protecting the Australian mainland from shipbound diseases. During its 30 years of activity, many hundreds of infected individuals died in agony within its walls. Men, women, and children died horribly... and continue to appear before visitors to this very day.


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