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|}<center>Let There Be Light was a 1946 American documentary film directed by John Huston. This documentary film follows 75 U.S. soldiers who have sustained debilitating emotional trauma and depression. A series of scenes chronicle their entry into a psychiatric hospital, their treatment and eventual recovery. Much of the filming was shot at [[Edgewood State Hospital]]. </center></div>
<div style align=center>By 1962 most of the buildings on [[Hudson County Hospital for the Insane|snake hill]] lay vacant and that same year the county closed the final operating institutions on Snake Hill and began a process of Quarrying which reduced the hill by four fifths its size. Snake Hill made headlines in 2002 when while digging for the new Secaucus Junction workers stumbled upon the former Snake Hill Potter's field which was long since forgotten. The bodies, almost 10,000, were removed and interred at the Hoboken Cemetery, North Bergen. This discovery prompted the making of the documentary "Snake Hill", released in 2007. </div>
 
 
<div style align=right>[[:Category:Articles With Videos|Other Articles With Videos]], [[Main Page/Future Featured Nominations|Future Featured Videos]].
 
<div style align=right>[[:Category:Articles With Videos|Other Articles With Videos]], [[Main Page/Future Featured Nominations|Future Featured Videos]].
 
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Let There Be Light was a 1946 American documentary film directed by John Huston. This documentary film follows 75 U.S. soldiers who have sustained debilitating emotional trauma and depression. A series of scenes chronicle their entry into a psychiatric hospital, their treatment and eventual recovery. Much of the filming was shot at Edgewood State Hospital.