Patients and Prisoners 

To some, Eastern State Hospital is no longer a place to heal, but rather a grim prison from which there is no escape

They found Phillip Paul three days later, on a Sunday afternoon, walking toward a two-lane country road in Goldendale, Wash., 10 miles or so from the Oregon border. He had emerged from the brush, red-faced and weary, with a backpack and…

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