This Overnight Ghost Hunt In Louisville Is The Creepiest Thing You’ll Ever Do
If you live in Louisville (or own a television), you have surely heard about the Waverly Hills Sanatorium. It is one of the most haunted places in Louisville – if not the entire country – and has been featured on numerous TV shows about hauntings. It has even been investigated by famous ghost hunters!
Did you know that you can go there and investigate those haunting claims yourself?
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The experiences mentioned above are just a tiny fraction of the paranormal activity that is said to go on at Waverly Hills Sanatorium. Many of these things have been caught on camera and audio recording devices, leading to the building earning the title of one of the world’s most haunted places.
If you would like to take a tour and see for yourself whether these stories are true, the Waverly Hills Public Paranormal Investigation takes place every Friday and Saturday night from 12am to 6am during March through August. The cost is $75. You can bring your own ghost hunting equipment and investigate however you see fit!
Private tours are also available, as well as daytime historical tours and shorter paranormal tours. You can find out more information about all of these at the Waverly Hills Sanatorium website or by calling 502-933-2142.
Waverly Hills Sanatorium is located at 4400 Paralee Lane, Louisville, KY 40272.
Have you taken this creepy ghost hunt? Did you capture any spooky evidence of the hauntings? Let us know in the comments – we’d love to see photos you’ve captured of the spectral residents!