The Met State Disconnection was a newsletter that was distributed monthly to the employees of the facility in the early 90's right before closing. The newsletter was an uncensored conversation between staffers. Hospital management didn't take kindly to these letters considering the “questionable” content and "dirt" being dished on a monthly basis. These flyers were left in cafeterias, on coffee stations, posted on bulletin boards, and left on car windshields. As you'll see, the person behind these letters did not hold back his/her opinion. To this day the writer(s) remain anonymous.
Please note that the statements, stories and accusations made in these newsletters are directly from the author(s) only. They have not been rewritten, edited or dramatized.