*Update 8/31* It seems as if this event has already sold out :(

Now, this is any horror fan's dream right here! Waverly Hills Sanatorium is located a short drive from the Tri-State. It has a very eerie history of being a tuberculosis hospital and a sanatorium. Since it's been abandoned it's become a place for ghost hunters, and lovers of all things creepy to enjoy. The old building is taken care of now by the Waverly Hills Historical Society, and money raised from tours goes to help to preserve the historical building.

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On Friday, October 1st they're hosting a special tour where people have the opportunity to tour Waverly Hills with two actors from Rob Zombie's Halloween movies. Tyler Mane who played Michael Myers and Renae Geerlings who played Deputy Gwynne will be along for the tour.  The tour is a special fundraiser for the Waverly Hills Historical Society. Plus when can you say you've toured one of the most terrifying/haunted places with one of the most infamous slashers of all time?

Here's what the Event Brite page says about the upcoming tour:

Go on a private 90 min. tour of the famous Waverly Hills Sanatorium along with Tyler Mane (Rob Zombies Michael Myers Halloween Franchise) and Renae Geerlings (Deputy Gwynne).

Experience the unusual. Get scared and enjoy one of America's Most Haunted Places with one of the most famous Hollywood Horror Icons. Get a VIP Experience and have your Professional Picture taken at Waverly Hills. A 90 minute experience at one of the most active Paranormal places in the world. Here the stories, listen to the amazing sounds.

Come and enjoy a fun event with some great people to support a great cause.

 

Whether touring with an infamous slasher or going on a tour with friends, I've ALWAYS wanted to go on a tour to Waverly Hills, I just haven't had the chance yet, it's definitely on my creepy bucket list! If you're interested in booking a normal tour you can do so through Waverly's website, here.

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