The other eight rooms were a little more sinister and revealed more about Cane Hill.
Individual tiny rooms, one for each patient, with just enough room for a bed
They reminded me of cells, and each ward in Cane Hill had itís own cluster of these little rooms.
I was surprised that they had such big windows. But then I recalled that the windows on the other side of
the hospital, around by Browning, had bars over these windows.
An oddity was the tiny little window above the main one. I couldnít figure out why they were there.