Our Investigations: Where We've Been & What We've Done

“Apparitions are often confused with hauntings. The difference is that apparitions are ‘live’ (intelligent consciousness) and hauntings are ‘recordings.'” — Loyd Auerbach, Parapsychologist

Waverly Hills Sanitorium

Located in a suburb of Louiseville, Kentucky, this renowned old hospital was the site of thousands of deaths from tuberculosis, as well as a few suicides and a likely murder. And that's not counting its brief history as a prison and a nursing home that was shut down due to neglect. Easily one of the most haunted places in America - as our visit there suggests! 

Salt Lake City Capitol Building

Long thought to be haunted, the Salt Lake CIty Capital building is a beautiful structure housing a number of antiquities and rare items left over from the Olympics, including an ancient Samurai outfit. And even a brief visit there will confirm, that's not all that remains. 

Jerome, Arizona

This historic ghost town earns it's name. Once a booming mining community visited by a number of well-known historical figures, the city overflows with the ruins of another era, while still bustling with activity. Ask anyone in town about the ghosts, and they have a story to share. And the Little Daisy Mine nearby, with a shaft going straight into the earth several thousand feet deeper than the Empire State Building is tall, has its own share of activity.

Albuquerque Press Club 

One of the Duke city's most notorious, and historic sites began as a home built by a world renowned architect and went on to become part of the city's medical and arts history, and along the way it has picked up a reputation for activity, including frequent sightings of Mrs. M. The site is almost never available to paranormal teams, but we had a rare opportunity to spend the night here. 

Harvey House Museum

Located in a suburb of Louiseville, Kentucky, this renowned old hospital was the site of thousands of deaths from tuberculosis, as well as a few suicides and a likely murder. And that's not counting its brief history as a prison and a nursing home that was shut down due to neglect. Easily one of the most haunted places in America - as our visit there suggests!