I don't know if you are familiar with Waverly Hills, but it is located in Louisville, Kentucky. The building used to be a hospital to help treat Tuberculosis, and is supposed to be one of the most haunted places in America. There is a great website if you want more information on it. It's Waverly Hills.
My husband, sister, sister in law, and my husband's two friends decided to drive down to take one of the two hour tours. After seeing this place on Ghost Hunters and Celebrity Paranormal Project, I was just excited to go in, whether I saw any ghosts or not.
Besides the group of people with me, there were about twenty other people in our tour group. We were allowed to use flashlights and take pictures. Needless to say, I found it hard to see or hear anything in this big group, but our tour guide was awesome. If we stayed in the front of the group, he would point out little things before everyone else caught up with us. The only thing that I really saw, though, was "shadow people." The corridors in this building are really long, and whenever we would look down one, you could see shadows running across the end of them. However, I was still skeptical, because it was so dark in there, and I wasn't sure that I was seeing correctly.
Then, later in the tour, the guide split our tour group in half and asked for a volunteer to walk all the way down the corridor by him or herself. I was thinking no way, because these hallways were long and it was so dark in there. This guy volunteers, and he walks down the hallway. When he gets to the end, he stands in front of this door. There is a small amount of light coming from the room from the lamp right behind it. Well, the guide had the volunteer spread his legs in front of this door and told us to watch his feet. We could see shadows crossing in front of him. It was so freaky. Then, we could see a shadow next to him.
At this point, the guide yelled to the guy and asked him to stretch his hand to the left. He was reluctant, but we were all like, "do it" and when he did, he said it was cold next to him, and then he started to freak out a little, saying that his hand was going numb.
My husband was in the other half of the split group, and said that he had volunteered to walk down the hallway. He said nothing happened while he was down there until he began to walk back toward the tour group. That's when a door to one of the room slowly opened, although nothing was there.
Overall, I wish I would've seen more, but we plan on going back and maybe doing an overnight stay. Eventually, they are going to turn the Waverly into a hotel, which I don't think they should do.