Waverly Hills is Looking for Volunteers to Help with Tours, Gift Shop, and More
Waverly Hills Sanatorium is located just outside of Louisville. Waverly Hills is known for being haunted, and being a "hot bed" for paranormal activity. Part of the reason for this reputation has to do with Waverly's history. 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 it's doors. Now the Waverly Hills Historical Society works hard to help preserve the historic landmark, and by utilizing it's creepy history they're able to raise funds for their nonprofit which helps with the preservation of the building.
If you are a fan of the creepy, this may be a fun way to add more creepy to your life! You can actually volunteer at Waverly. The Waverly Hills Historical Society is now looking for volunteers that will help with the following: performing outside duties and progress to other positions. Other positions include outside gate, parking lot, tour escort, tour caboose, tour guide, gift shop, concessions, overnight guide, overnight assistant, (special) security.
In a post to the Waverly Hills Facebook page, they had this to say about the tours:
Have you ever wondered what it's like behind the scenes at The Waverly Hills Sanatorium? We are now accepting applications for volunteers for this upcoming season! Here is a link that will take you straight to it! Please fill the application out on our official website & not the Facebook one please & thank you!
If you're interested in volunteering with Waverly Hills, you can click the link here to put in your application. Working with Waverly would definitely be any paranormal/creepy fan's dream!
If you don't know much about Waverly, check out this video:
Have you ever wondered what it's like behind the scenes at The Waverly Hills Sanatorium? We are now accepting...
Posted by The Waverly Hills Sanatorium on Saturday, January 23, 2021