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SPOOKED Ghosts Of Waverly Hills Sanatorium - Classified Edition DVD

Actors: Joe Mattingly Booth Brothers Keith Age Ghosts Of Waverly Hills Ronald Parkhurst
Directors: Christopher Saint Booth & Shane Dax Taylor
Format: Dolby, HiFi Sound, NTSC
Region: 1 NTSC
Number of discs: 1 - Dual Layer DVD 9
Studio: Spooked Productions
DVD Release Date: June 26, 2006
Run Time: 83 minutes
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DVD Bonus Features alone is worth getting this disc... "Spooky" (Ky) Reviewer: 5 stars

Like finding the Titanic in the backwoods of Kentucky, in AWE!!!
Awesome extra DVD features, touching Interviews and insight on Waverly HIlls. It kind of freaked me out all that vile stuff thrown in the woods. If you love creepy things, this it it. Well Produced

PRODUCT INFO: SPOOKED - a HORROR Documentary (As seen on "SCI FI Channel" ) NOW ON DVD /  THE CLASSIFIED EDITION - SEE WHAT "SCI FI" COULD NOT SHOW YOU "  www.scif.com/spooked

DVD PACKED FULL WITH BONUS FEATURES: MORE DISEASE, MORE GHOST HUNTS, MORE MADNESS * EXCLUSIVE  "THE BONE DUMP"  "TUNNEL SPIRITS" THE DISEASE:  Knowledge of the deadly, "THE WHITE DEATH" and its barbaric operational procedures. THE FIVE FLOORS: ) An exclusive tour and walk through the five floors of WAVERLY HILLS SANATORIUM. Exclusive Video, Stills, Voice over, Text, Narration and rare interviews from former patients and employees guide us as we explore this monster of a building. THE HAUNTING; The real ghosts, (captured on night vision video and stills including EVP's and eye witness to these paranormal sightings SHADOW PEOPLE , ORBS, EVPS GHOST HUNT; An actual ghost hunt with paranormal sightings and occurrences conducted by Keith Age of the LGHS (Louisville Ghost Hunters). THE DRAINING ROOM: Slit from throat to groin in desperation to drain the disease. THE DEATH TUNNEL: Explore and experience the REAL DEATH TUNNEL plus. Additional Ghost stories * film and stills of Evidence of the damned *Ghost Photo Gallery* and much more! www.spooked.org

SPOOKED - THE CLASSIFIED EDITION DVD is full of features and info on the haunting of Waverly Hills Sanatorium. Related to the nightmare of shooting in a real haunted location is caught, captured and brought back to Hollywood by a passionate film crew. This disc explores what we did not see on the Sci Fi Channel premiere. The Bone Dump, White Dog and exclusive interviews with the late WHS patients. Touching and Disturbing. The Waverly Hills web site is www.waverlyhillstbsanatorium. Ronald Parkhurst is the webmaster and has done a great job in keeping this building alive.





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Author: lilwolfangel0 from United States

This was a very good movie I mean it,but it sort of freaked me out because I live in Louisville,it only takes me about 5 minutes to get up there.So I have been in there,I have heard a lot,but whenever I go in there I feel sad,for no reason,and when I get out I feel like crying. This movie was very informing and interesting,that place is a bit creepy but it is very cool!!But if you go to the haunted house they have up there you only go in the mourge,1st,and 2nd floors,because the building is very old and is starting to collapse.But there are times during the year where you can actually take a tour of the whole hospital.I hope someday that I do get to take a tour as well.

Interesting...but don't walk in thinking going to be scared,

Author: likeswine68 from Canada

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I was interested in Waverly Hills Sanitorium after watching "Death Tunnel" and browsing through some of the sites available on the net about the sanatorium itself. This is a very nice documentary that gives you a lot of background on the sanatorium. When built, how the floors were set up for the patients of TB and some of the experiments that were performed trying to rid them of this disease. The documentary entails interviews with past patients, past employees of the sanatorium and history of the place from the owner and security guards. There is also sightings by cast and crew of the movie "Death Tunnel" and other people who have seen or experienced "weird" things while in the sanatorium. I did find some of the photographs very hard to make out anything which detracted my overall enjoyment of this documentary, cause I was left with the feeling of "come on I can't even see anything in that!" But overall I enjoyed it. Is there really something there? I don't know. Watch it and form your own opinion.

Awesome documentary! I want to go to this place now so bad!,

Author: badgrrlkane from Irving,TX

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Very cool documentary based on a horror film crew who while looking for a very scary place to film there new horror film, " Death Tunnel" they found Waverly Hills Sanatorium located on the outskirts of Louisville,KY. it was a place of suffering where over 60,000 poor souls died from TB & later was used a convalescing home for the elderly & crippled who were treated so badly they had to close the place down in 1981. So, after sitting for 25 yrs & just recently it has started to be used for a haunted house attraction during Halloween, a film crew came in to film a horror film. They found a lot of paranormal activity. Now it could be just shadows & overactive imaginations but due to the large amount of deaths that happened there there is probably a lot negative energy there. But,the way they told the backstories of the former employees, the patients that had died there, the patients who are still around today, & the current owner & his security staff & their run ins with the weirdness of what they've seen. It's an awesome place for a horror film to be filmed. I just hope they don't tear it down or make the building into something else. I'd love to go there on a tour. Great documentary Booth Brothers. Can't wait to see your film "Death Tunnel". So if you want to get really creeped out, turn out the lights & get ready to hear a story of a tragic time in US history & about a mesmerizing building that still stands like a book just ready to share it's story. **** out of *****

I have to say I enjoyed my evening watching Sci Fi.,

Author: jenny-368 from United States

I thought it was awesome, though the commercials drove me crazy.The old people made me cry and in general the show was entertaining. I understand it was a different approach to Taps, but I liked both shows. I did not side by side put them in competition with each other. All that matters is Taps found paranormal activities and so did Spooked.

Granted that TAPS are Ghost Hunters and they are damn good ones at that, Spooked was filmmakers sharing their story. I do live in Louisville and know a few of the people that was in this doc, and they told it like they told me.

LGHS has a lot of passion as well as the owners and the locals of Waverly, it was a very personal touch.

As far as the death footage, I had never seen that so it made me think now both on TB as well as the NATURE OF WAR. It opened my eyes to help find a cure to TB, War and the ghosts trapped in dimensions.

I have to say I enjoyed my evening watching Sci Fi.


Author: Magisticeyes from United States

Hello, I was in the documentary. I know that waverly is haunted. For you who don't believe please explain the photo i got of the figure in the window that was in the documentary. i took that during the day time. I also have worked there when it was a nursing home. Everyone can believe what they want to. But the producers who made spooked are great people and is trying to get the truth out there.Juat because you haven't seen or felt anything doesn't mean it isn't there.I have been a paranormal investigator for a long time and have many photo's of thing i have caught on camera and evp's also.I don't think it is fair to come on here and bash those who do believe.There are a lot of unexplained things in this world. So if you don't believe don't bash those who do.


Author: pookieqq from United States

The show was very informative and very detailed accounts of history. Interviews with past employees and patients. Many historical pictures. The pictures of ghost were hard to make out at times and the video of the shadow people goes by way to fast. The music and sound effects tended to drown out anyone who was speaking. When interviewing the elderly you cannot have loud background music. It actually took away from the scary and went toward annoying. I would have to say the computer voice introducing each floor was equally hard to understand. Example the fourth floor scenes show interview with old man in green sweater. I could hardly hear him when the music attempted to go from scary to sincere. I would like to see more shows like this.

The DVD is very creepy,

Author: jenelizangel from United States

I just got the DVD. It is a pleasure to watch without all the Sci Fi commercials. I can not even think of going into Waverly. I would be afraid to bring a ghost home with me, I mean where do all these ghosts hide. The old people that was at the Sanatorium made me cry, it was very sad as they were full of spirit and hoped for a cure. The shadow photos are scary, I can not even look at a shadow again without thinking that someone is standing there. The DVD extras are cool. The Bone Dump is crazy, how can you put that stuff in the woods? It definitely made me a ghost believer. I am gonna take a road trip down to Kentucky and take a tour. It definitely is one of the scariest places I ever seen.




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About Our Special Guest Christopher Saint Booth:

You may have heard of him through his association with various horror movies, including the production of "The Death Tunnel," which was filmed at The Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville Kentucky. You may have seen his work in the Direction of "Spooked: The Ghosts of Waverly Hills Sanatorium," which aired recently on the Sci-Fi Channel. Regardless of how you heard about Christopher, his research into The Waverly Hills Sanatorium uncovered some gruesome secrets - which he revealed for the first time on The Louisville Ghost Hunters Society podcast.

About Keith Age (Host) of "Spooked: The Ghosts of Waverly Hills Sanatorium":

He is a ghost hunter. He is in a rock band. Some people call him "The Rock & Roll Ghost Hunter," and with good reason. His investigations are never without sophisticated ghost hunting equipment, and his trademark black leather vest, coat, and hat. Keith Age is the Founder of The Louisville Ghost Hunters Society, and also Hosted "Spooked: The Ghosts of Waverly Hills Sanatorium." His research and background on the paranormal has taken Keith from your amateur ghost hunter, to one of the Nations most respected paranormal investigators. It is the relationship between Keith Age, Christopher Saint Booth and Waverly that brought forth secrets that would never have been discovered without the documentary "Spooked: The Ghosts of Waverly Hills Sanatorium."

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Some of you may be asking yourself, "what secrets?" After spending years of research on The Waverly Hills Sanatorium, and with the release of "Spooked: The Ghosts of Waverly Hills Sanatorium," more secrets were uncovered that even the biggest fan of Waverly Hills Sanatorium was privy to.

It is with great pleasure that we bring you that podcast, preserved and ready for you to listen to directly from this page - so that you too can unlock those secrets about Waverly Hills Sanatorium.

We hope that you enjoy this podcast, and also hope that you will take the time to see for yourself what was uncovered at Waverly Hills Sanatorium on the DVD release of the documentary - "Spooked: The Ghosts of Waverly Hills Sanatorium."

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Podcast Host
The Louisville Ghost Hunters Society Podcast

More Information on "Spooked: The Ghosts of Waverly Hills Sanatorium" www.spooked.org

"SPOOKED": documentary was completed last year. Foreign distributors overseas released it in December.

PLEASE NOTE: The foreign release of "SPOOKED" is not the same as the US version. The US DVD version is 30 minutes longer and contains many additional interviews, facts, hunts and ghost evidence. We have packed over 80 years of history, facts and fears in to this title.

Actual Waverly Hills Patients, Employees, Ghost Hunters and local Historians helped in the making and story telling process of this doc.

The DVD extra features consist of: ghost photos, archived newspapers, Waverly Hills Sanatorium patient letters, journals, deleted Scenes, additional scenes, ghost sightings and even a ghost hunt game and more. It has been mastered in HD and mixed in Dolby Digital, 5.1 surround sound.

There was over two terabytes of facts and footage we compiled and shot, Waverly is something you cannot just blow out.

Disease to a Cure, Life to Death, Past to Present. We spent over three weeks inside Waverly, and over 18 hours inside the Death Tunnel. And let me tell you, it was crazy, scary as well as sad and tender. You could feel the pain and the urgency of desperation and pure fear. Non-believers become believers after, Waverly.

We met a lot of cool and beautiful people when we shot in Kentucky, sad to say, some have passed away and may they rest in peace, There is nothing like it in the world, than to walk down the old sanatorium collapsing halls, with the real patients and employees of Waverly and listen to their incredible stories and share a smile, a tear and a smoke. And the all night (cold) LGHS ghost hunts with the jumps and scares, one will never be the same again.

Thanks to Keith Age, Tina and Charlie, Tom, Roy, John, Kim, Cathy, Greg, Corky and Ron as well as all others that helped put this doc together with their kind hearts and genuine knowledge. Extra special thanks to the Lost Souls Of Waverly Hills Sanatorium.

Hauntingly Yours,

Christopher Saint Booth
Spooked: The Ghosts of Waverly Hills Sanatorium