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The History of Waverly Hills Sanatorium: The True Story Behind the World's Most Haunted Location (Haunted Histories Book 1)

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Have you ever wanted to learn more about the history of Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville, Kentucky?

Widely regarded as the "world's most haunted location", Waverly Hills served as a tuberculosis hospital for fifty one years before it became obsolete with the creation of antibiotic treatments and closed; during its operation, however, there were many cases of disease

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Kindle Edition, 30 pages
Published June 3rd 2015 by http://ghostlyworld.wordpress.com
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Jason Schneeberger
Aug 25, 2015 rated it it was ok
Very soon I will be taking a tour of the historic Waverly Hills Sanatorium, so for a $1 I figured I'd check this out.

Not a book at all, but at 30 pages THE HISTORY OF WAVERLY HILLS SANATORIUM is basically a pamphlet with little info, that you would be better suited just saving your dollar and looking up online, of which, there is tons more info, and for free. I give this 2/5!
Shelly
Jan 26, 2017 rated it did not like it
This was worse than the vanity press history. Instead of attempting to present any facts, the writers report rumor and innuendo. What "facts" they do present contradict other texts and are slanted toward the sensational. Waste of money.
Matthew
Feb 17, 2016 rated it it was ok
Ehh

Not a bad summary of the sanatorium. If you are looking for an in depth history, this is not it. Definitely worth a borrow from the Prime library, but not worth paying for.
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