Pro-Life Activists May Buy Kermit Gosnell’s House of Horrors Abortion Clinic in Pennsylvania

Dr. Kermit Gosnell had his practice, called the Women’s Medical Society, in this building in Philadelphia.
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Pro-life activists may purchase the closed abortion clinic in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania once run by Dr. Kermit Gosnell, who in 2013 was convicted of killing three newborn babies and allowing a patient to die.

The property became known as a “House of Horrors” due to discoveries at the clinic that included severed babies’ hands and feet kept in jars of formaldehyde and reports of toilets frequently clogging with aborted baby parts.

A story by Jen Kinney for WHYY published last week noted that multiple Philadelphia-area pro-lifers were interested in acquiring the property and possibly turning it into a clinic to help pregnant women.

One entity reportedly interested was AlphaCare, a religious pro-life group that opened a pregnancy center nearby the former Gosnell clinic back in 2017.

“Gosnell’s property is still mired in legal issues and not yet for sale. Nevertheless, the redemption has begun,” read a 2017 email sent out by AlphaCare to supporters, as quoted by WHYY.

The Christian Post reached out to AlphaCare for this story, however they declined to comment on the matter.

At present, the property is abandoned. There exists $56,000 in back taxes on the property, with it being scheduled for a sheriff’s sale on Oct. 16, according to WHYY.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Michael Gryboski