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."
PLEASE NOTE: The foreign release of "SPOOKED" is not the same as the U.S.
version. The U.S. 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 documentary.
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 documentary together
with their kind hearts and genuine knowledge. Extra special thanks to the Lost
Souls Of Waverly Hills Sanatorium.
Christopher Saint Booth
Spooked: The Ghosts of Waverly Hills Sanatorium