Yorktown Memorial Hospital - Real Yorktown Haunted Place
- 728 W. Main St.
- Yorktown, TX
This hospital dates back to the 1940s and closed its doors in 1988, leaving the ghosts of deceased patients to linger the place. People have said they have been slapped, kicked, punched or scratched by something unseen, and shadowy figures have been spotted in the halls. One of the spirits is believed to be a man named T.J., who died here of a heroin overdose. The location has been featured on TV's Ghost Adventures.
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Several EVP, photos, video, and have been personally manipulated (intense sadness brought to tears for no reason) along with many other experiences. Definitely a must see for yourself. Super creepy.Posted 1/26/19
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
This is one scary place!
The owner of this hospital will allow you to venture in this place, but you need to ask him before you go. We went with some friends and we saw shadowy figures, a doll in the nursery began to say,"I love you." One of the doors in the basement slammed itself shut several times. It was crazy! If you don't believe me, go see for yourself.Posted 9/20/16
5 out of 5 found this review helpful
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