In Louisville, Kentucky, there's a massive multi-story building that's been abandoned for decades. Waverly Hills Sanitorium has been investigated by numerous paranormal television shows in the past, most recently by TLC's "Paranormal Lockdown".
The show features two investigators, Nick Groff (formerly of "Ghost Adventures") and Katrina Weidman. They regularly investigate locations purported to be haunted and work to determine the validity of such claims.
On Friday night's episode, they visited Waverly Hills in Louisville and captured what can only be described as "shadow" figures. They actually SLEPT THERE TOO. Seriously, no thank you.
According to records, around 8,000 people died during their time in the Sanitorium from tuberculosis. That's reason enough right there to stay away. Due to the large number of deaths that would occur naturally while the Sanitorium was in operation, building designers devised a way to move the bodies with low disruption to those trying to get better.
There is a 500-foot-long "body chute" that Nick slept next to. Have you ever heard something so crazy?
Catch a glimpse of the episode below and leave a comment if this is something you'd want to do!