If you're from the Tri-State area, there's a pretty good chance you've heard of the haunted Waverly Hills Sanatorium, it's said to be one of the most haunted places in the U.S.  And if you've ever been on YouTube before, there's a pretty good chance you've heard of The Infographics Show with over 11.7 million subscribers.

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The Infographics Show Stops at Waverly Hills

The Infographics Show on YouTube is known for its animated show that covers all kinds of information.  If you want to know what life was like inside Alcatraz, they have a video on that. Maybe you want to know how they caught the infamous serial killer, John Wayne Gacy, they have an episode on that too!  They cover all kinds of interesting topics, in a very unique style which contributes to their popularity on YouTube.

Recently The Infographics Show decided to attempt an overnight at haunted Waverly Hills, and what they found while there was pretty chilling.

Learn More About Waverly Hills

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're interested in touring Waverly Hills they have a few different tour options, but if you're really into paranormal investigating, you can actually book an overnight investigation that includes a place to crash when you get too tired of ghost hunting.

 

See Photos of Abandoned Indiana Hospital

The former location of the Irene Byron Hospital is set to be demolished in the Summer of 2022, the public was allowed a rare look inside on a walking tour, check out some photos captured from that tour. Please note, DO NOT enter this facility, these photos were taken on a tour that was open to the public, and this person was allowed to be there.

WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. By doing so you risk bodily harm and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.