The Ghosts Of Over 60,000 People Could Be Haunting This Kentucky Sanatorium

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  1. Mary says:

    I don’t believe in ghosts, but I do believe in demons. I will not stay there because I believe that those so called ghosts are actually demons pretending to be the dear departed.

    1. Mike Downs says:

      Exactly right!  They are mentioned in the Bible as "familiar spirits".

      1. Kristine says:

        U mention the bible but I don’t believe in ghosts?!?!?!?! The father the son and the holy ghost!?!?! Guess we do not pray to the same God!

        1. Malinda says:

          That’s a much better explanation (BBC) than Bush’ lame statment’s about him being a consaspiomate American, and doing the right thing by allowing America to heal after the Watergate scandal.I wonder who is going to pardon Bush?

          1. Jj says:

            Do you mean compassionate?

      2. Sharon says:

        Beautiful building, I would definitely want to see it & stay in it sgaron

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    2. Teri says:

      I stayed the night there in 2007. It was an amazing experience. 

    3. David peek says:

      I work there after school. Then after I got out of High School I when to work there full time. I work night shift there for couple of years. I never seen anything whole time I work there… So I say B/S on ghosts Story….

      1. Patty says:

        I lived around waverly hills rode horse back up there when open my late mother inlaw was there and later my grandmother as it was turned into nursing home Never saw anything spooky yes!

      2. Jj says:

        This place was closed so you worked there when and doing what?

  2. Lindsey says:

    I would love to stay a few days and explore thoroughly while attempting to make contact with any presences and gather evidence.

    1. Lynn Martin says:

      I have been wanting to go there my whole adult life. I would b thrilled to see this place and stay for a few days

  3. kim says:

    I would so do it..I always wonted to visit a haunted place but there is nothing around where I stay

    1. Whitney says:

      I do believe in ghosts and I also believe that Waverly is high haunted and active ghosts and spirits only make themselves known to certain people and if this place wasnt haunted then ghost adventures wouldnt have been there and caught things and the owner wouldnt have ran out like she did plenty of times and I’m wiccan so I believe in all of this at Waverly

  4. Luz Brillante says:

    My gift is a pretty amazing & with it comes moments of confusion, emotion & electric currents of nerves that I will never get used to. As a child my Abuela & Tia both showed me how to protect my self when I know there approaching me or trying to make there presence known. Sometimes I see a full figure flesh & blood & many more times there a flash of light rushing bye with static electricity. This hotel will never be completed. It will scare & torment & cause misfortune to everyone who is involved with the renovation & cause the sane to go insane! This place needs to be torn down, Blessed & left as a huge field in memory of the every single soul that suffered it’s torment & torture. Peace be with you.

    1. Ruby says:

      Since when did you realize you had this gift?

    2. Shoe says:

      LOL! Renovations have been going on for years and no one has been tormented or gone insane yet. I think you need to return that gift. It seems the one you got is defective!


    3. Leanne Creech says:

      I would absolutely love to see this place and stay a few nights myself!

  5. Heather Reid says:

    I have toured here 2 times (8 hr tour)n LOVE it….I would love to stay there

  6. Holly says:

    I’d go just to see what I could find

  7. Monica says:

    My great grandfather died there of TB in 1941. He had passed away 3 weeks after my grandfather died of colon cancer. I never had the chance of meeting either one. I have often wanted to visit Waverly, but I am hesitant for obvious reasons.  I am not crazy about it being turned into a hotel.

  8. Connie says:

    I would stay there I am from Lou My I was born and raised not far from there as a Teenager me and my friends use to hang out. There every weekend I don’t know about if I believe it is haunted or not cause we never saw anything but we had fun exploring it all night

  9. Eric says:

    I snuck in there years ago, before the current owners bought it. Not a chance in hell would i set foot in that place. They couldn't pay me to  stay there.

    1. Lomarr says:

      Why not, what did you see?

      1. mrbricks says:

        Just drove by, it was rainy the day we went by it. I would like to go back someday soon. 

    2. Teri says:

      I stayed the night there in 2007. It was an amazing experience. 

  10. sandra says:

    This is on my bucket list to go there and do a Ghost hunt

    1. Teri says:

      It was on my bucket list too and I finally did it around 2007. I highly recommend it!!

  11. Debbie Melton says:

    Yes I would stay and want to stay at Waverly Hills. I have been to the haunted house during the Halloween season. I think it would be very interesting. There is a lot of history it that building.

  12. Tara Wynde says:

    I would stay there if only my terms were met. Meaning if Ghost Adventures did another show there then I would go. Of course I'd be wearing my mom's ring. It's my protection charm.

    I would advise you those that want to stay there. Don't piss off the spirits. They will gladly latch on to you and follow you home.

    1. Jj says:


  13. iamhumble says:

    I'd love to stay there and smoke a joint or ten!

    1. John says:

      Or drop an acid what a trip

  14. anon says:

    what's wrong with you people lol? ofc it won't talk to you when it's dead, and this fake flashlight thing isn't proof of anything lol

  15. Danielle says:

    This was not an insane asylum.  It was a hospital for those suffering from tuberculosis.  I visited there a few years ago, I had a few experiences while there.  In no way was there ever any evil feeling when I was walking through.  Although, there is a presence on the fourth floor that is not a happy one.  It won't bother you unless you provoke him.  Unfortunately/fortunately for my uncle he decided to provoke "Big Black" and call him out saying he didnt believe that he was there and if he was then he should prove it.  My uncle said that he then felt a sound smack square on his forehead.  He then apologized to the spirit for provoking him and then went on with the rest of his hunt.

  16. Steve says:

    Waverly Hills was a Tuberculosis Hospital. Not a psychiatric hospital. Also, the death toll is closer to 10,000

  17. Matt says:

    A creepy haunted dark awesome place!

  18. Kathy sanders says:

    The owners the Mattinglys are rels give of my late grandma Evelyn Mattingly  Smith.went there with my brother dwight.I was too claustrophobic  to go see laundry shoot put dead through in tunnel.But my family was touched on way out tunnel

  19. Lisa Bowling says:

    I would LOVE TO STAY THE NIGHT!!!!

  20. Keyara pryor says:

    I would LOVE to stay there !!!!

  21. Marion pryor says:

    I’m tryin stay here

  22. Wilma Farvour says:

    My parents worked at Waverly, late 1940’s early 50’s. I have never been inside the building, but I’ve always wondered about it and wanted to tour inside. The outside of the building was amazing to me as a child. I would still like to visit. My mom worked in the kitchen, and dad worked as an orderly.

  23. Matthew Green says:

    Hell yeah I’d damn sure give it a try at staying the night there.

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