“The Haunted Halls Of Waverly Hills Hospital” is a video made by Ryan Bergara and Shane Madej, uploaded onto YouTube on April 28, 2017. It is the fourth episode of the second season of BuzzFeed Unsolved: Supernatural, and the twenty-third episode overall. You can watch it here.
See why this Sanatorium is one of the most haunted places in the world.
Waverly Hill Sanatorium potentially one of the most haunted places in the world. That being said, let’s get into some other reports of paranormal activity.
Reports of Paranormal Activity
Visitors often claim they hear the sound of children’s laughter. Slamming doors are said to be a common occurrence. Some insist faces have appeared in windows to rooms that are unoccupied, and in photos where nobody was standing. Waverly Hills is also famous for it’s reports of Shadow People, which are shadowy figures that people claim to see all over the hospital.
Aside from general reports, there are specific areas of this former hospital that we should discuss and investigate in detail. For obvious reasons, the morgue on the first floor is reportedly an area of high depth activity.
Moving to the third floor, a homeless man and his dog supposedly fell down the elevator shaft when the building was vacant, and co-owner, Tina Mattingly, as well as many others claimed to have seen the ghost of both the man and the dog.
There are reports of an apparition draped in a white doctor’s coat being seen. One ghost hunter claims he saw the man disappear into a treatment room on the fourth floor. Also on this floor, is a room that used to be the nurse’s waiting room. A place where owner, Tina Mattingly, came across evidence of a full bodied apparition.
On the third floor, there are reports of a little boy named Timmy, who likes to play with a blue rubber ball.
It’s rumored that’s patients whose infections spread to the brain, rendering them insane, were sent to the fifth floor. One room in particular on this floor that is arguably the most active and definitely the most controversial, is room 502. Room 502 has a reputation due to the two suicides that supposedly occurred there. One story has it that in 1932 a nurse jumped to her death from the fifth floor patio near room 502. Though other believe she was actually pushed.
The other suicide reportedly occurred four years earlier in 1928 when nurse, Mary Hillenburg, hung herself just outside room 502. Another theory is that Mary got pregnant by one of the doctors, and when he tried to perform an abortion, she died and the suicide was staged.