Yes, and not necessarily an abandoned institution. I was staying for over a year in a rented house in Kuala Lumpur which doubled as an office, without any incident. After I was transferred to a nearby town, I returned one month later to sleep there, since I was spending the weekend in Kuala Lumpur. When I stepped into the bedroom that I used to sleep, I felt something eerie, but dismissed it as stagnant air because no one was occupying the house for a month. That night, I really felt frightened. The room was suddenly filled with huge soap bubbles floating about and occasionally coming right in front of my nose. I left the next morning, never to go back there again.
Just 2 years back, I brought two Australian Reiki masters to visit a waterfall in a rural town. The waterfall is a famous tourist attraction. About 2 km before arrival, the two Reiki masters requested me to turn back. I refused because we had travelled 50 km and was just 2 km away. Finally, when they insisted, I relented. One Reiki master said he almost wanted to jump off the car. He said the vibes were very negative. Vibes? I didn't feel anything. Later, I found out that the area was an execution ground during the Japanese Occupation of Malaya. Fancy me knowing this, only after 50 over years of living nearby! In fact, I had holidayed at the place many times. And yes, there were many deaths there, but I thought they died because most of them fell, when they tried to scale the waterfall.