Abandoned Broward Correctional Institution
PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL ME OR CALL ME AOBUT GETTING INTO THIS PLACE, I HAD SPECIAL PERMISSION AND WAS ESCORTED AROUND BY GUARDS.
This is the woman’s correctional institution of Browad county in Florida, it closed down on 2012, since then it sits there quietly slowly dying away.
I have been to many many many abandoned places but this one was special and the weirdest one I have ever been to, this place has running water and electricity, it does!!! Im not even joking. As you make your way though the prison you can switch on the lights and hear the AC units on, its the weirdest thing, it takes creepiness to a whole different level.
We went into every cell block and every room in this place. In fact we even played basket ball on the yard, there was a volley ball fully inflated sitting there, so I started shooting some hoops.
There is paper work all over this place, love letters in some cells and all kinds of weird stuff that are still fully functional. I supose the inmates got lucky because all their paper work got lost behind. I kind of want to clean it up and move in there. That would be something.
About the prison:
The Broward Correctional Institution (BCI) was a correctional facility located in the former Country Estates CDP and in Southwest Ranches, Florida, operated by the Florida Department of Corrections.
The facility was opened in 1977 to house a male inmate population. However, in its history the prison has had only female inmates.It housed female death row inmates until February 2003 when the female death row was moved to Lowell Annex. The Broward Correctional Institution served as a reception center for female inmates. As of 2011, a staff of approximately 272 individuals serviced the facility. As of 2012 624 prisoners, all female, were housed there. The facility was closed in 2012. Closure was scheduled for May 1 of that year. The Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel said “BCI was determined to have a relatively low population and a high per diem inmate cost of $111.48.” ($116.87 when adjusted for inflation)” Wikipedia
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