The Feeding... What a curious name for this old building. Once the historic home of the old coffin factory, this condemned medical facility has a shrouded history, and earned the name. Originally it was the Cypher Family Funeral Home until Louis, the youngest child of the Cypher family, inherited the business as the only survivor of a catastrophic fire that killed his family.
In just a few months, Louis built the small family business into a funeral empire. The coffin factory was an all-inclusive postmortem emporium. The facility included an operating room, crematory, viewing rooms, and at the heart, the morgue. Business was booming and a mass of corpses being processed through the factory gave it a life of its own. The factory was eating the dead. When trucks began to drop off bodies by the dozen, the locals referred to it as “The Feeding” and the name stuck.
The Feeding was thriving until the sudden death of Louis Cypher’s wife. Louis went mad with grief, fired all his employees, and closed the factory. For years, the building remained abandoned and in disrepair. Then, without warning, in the middle of the night, trucks started delivering bodies again. The door remained sealed, no one entered the facility, only the dead were allowed.
A young urban explorer who broke into The Feeding described it as a self-contained facility for workers called the Collectors. He reported that the only thing the factory produces is more Collectors. He said there are hundreds of them working with a hive-like mentality. The young man had a mental break down and was committed to a psychiatric hospital. He is not available for questioning. Lou Cypher denies all accusations and has invited anyone to examine his facility when he opens the doors...at night! Are you ready to inspect the facility?