Exclusive Access to The Abandoned Nazareth Hospital & Sanitarium
Mineral Wells, Texas
There are few places more chill-inducing than old abandoned hospitals, especially those that housed sanatoriums within their walls. The abandoned Nazareth Hospital in Mineral Wells, Texas, is sure to spark fear and apprehension in even the most seasoned of ghost hunters.
It’s dark and it’s dilapidated and who only knows how many souls took their last breath within its walls. Not only did the Nazareth Hospital once have its own sanatorium but this locked and isolated ward is down in the basement, of all places.
The mysteries that are going to interest you, the ghost hunter, as you walk the corridors and step into its chilly rooms, are the more ethereal kind and there are plenty of them.
There are many manifestations reported around the building, including wheelchairs squeaking, cries of pain, the smell of blood and the spirits of nuns and people in white gowns. Most often seen is what many describe as a “ghostly blue nun,” in parts of the hospital. And, lights are seen going on and off across the building, even on floors that no longer have power.
Ready to interact with the spirits of the hospital’s long-dead patients and their carers?
Be careful when climbing the stairs, a spirit who has identified himself simply as “Vern,” likes to trip visitors on the stairs. Everyone is encouraged to always hold the handrail tightly and watch out for Vern.
Oh, and you might need some warm clothing, even in the Texas heat the Nazareth Hospital is cold, cold, cold, always registering 20 to 40 degrees cooler than outside, within its walls.
Are you brave enough to undertake a lone vigil in the basement sanatorium?
Be sure to book now, as tickets are extremely limited for this event, and they are sure to be gone soon!