Notoriously haunted Waverly Hills Sanatorium has opened up tours for the 2023 season!

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Haunted Waverly Hills Sanatorium

Located in Louisville, Kentucky is Waverly Hills Sanatorium.  Waverly Hills is known for being notoriously haunted and is said to be a "hotbed" for paranormal activity. Part of the reason for this haunting reputation has to do with Waverly's history.

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The numbers vary, but it's said that thousands died at Waverly Hills Sanatorium as it was originally a tuberculosis hospital.  After the tuberculosis epidemic was over, it was turned into a geriatric medical facility.  In 1981 Waverly Hills closed its doors.  Now the Waverly Hills Historical Society works hard to help preserve the historic landmark, and by utilizing its chilling history they're able to raise funds for their nonprofit which helps with the preservation of the building.

Waverly Hills has been featured on many TV shows which have added to the old sanatorium's notoriety.

Waverly Hills Opens for the 2023 Season

Waverly Hills is officially back open for its 2023 season. This is your chance to take a tour of the facility, and who knows, maybe you'll come face-to-face with the paranormal! Waverly Hills Sanatorium offers a variety of tour options and paranormal investigations.

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If you don't think touring Waverly Hills under the cover of darkness is for you, they offer a couple of different daytime historical tour options where you can go on a 2 hour guided historical tour in the afternoon.  If you're more of a thrill-seeker and want to see Waverly Hills under the cover of darkness there are a few night tour options as well.  Tours of Waverly Hills typically run about 2 hours. If you're interested in booking a tour of Waverly Hills, or even a paranormal investigation, you can see all of the tour options, and make your reservation, here.

 

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