One of the most haunted places in the world is Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville. It is said that people that visited the old uninhabited hospital have heard doors slamming, a child crying and seen a woman with bleeding wrists. They have also seen a hearse appear in the back of the hospital dropping off coffins. Many have seen lights in the windows even when the power was turned off.

One of the most haunted places in the world is Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville. It is said that people that visited the old uninhabited hospital have heard doors slamming, a child crying and seen a woman with bleeding wrists. They have also seen a hearse appear in the back of the hospital dropping off coffins. Many have seen lights in the windows even when the power was turned off.

Exit to the "Body Chute" at Waverly Hills Sanatorium. They wheeled the bodies down a long tunnel because the moral of other patients and them getting depressed seeing all the dead bodies.

Exit to the "Body Chute" at Waverly Hills Sanatorium. They wheeled the bodies down a long tunnel because the moral of other patients and them getting depressed seeing all the dead bodies.

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America's Most Notorious Insane Asylum Hauntings

Waverly hills sanatorium

Waverly hills sanatorium

Waverly Hills Sanatorium has been a TB hospital, a nursing home, a failed religious monument, and now a paranormal investigation site.Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville, Kentucky opened in 1910 to treat tuberculosis patients. In 1911, the new City Hospital relocated all of their TB cases to Waverly Hills, which had erected tents on the grounds to accomodate the overflow. Buildings were added to the institution in 1912, 1916, and 1926. A dedicated staff worked with thousands of TB…

The Haunted Hospital

Waverly Hills Sanatorium has been a TB hospital, a nursing home, a failed religious monument, and now a paranormal investigation site.Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville, Kentucky opened in 1910 to treat tuberculosis patients. In 1911, the new City Hospital relocated all of their TB cases to Waverly Hills, which had erected tents on the grounds to accomodate the overflow. Buildings were added to the institution in 1912, 1916, and 1926. A dedicated staff worked with thousands of TB…

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