“It was a dreary building, the walls were covered with tar roofing shingles, and it was really cold–some of the windows were missing or broken and the wind was howling through them. The toilets didn’t flush, so they had hoses in them. Some of the lights were burned out. They sat the children on pots and tied them to the inside of the cribs because they had no diapers. They must have had 200 children, and throughout the orphanage they put three babies in each crib,” remembers Steve Long.