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Tuberculosis Sanatorium

NEW: Check out some of the photos from our previous visits by clicking here.


It's that time again! Last years event sold out in record time! This year we are limiting it to 20 lucky people, so, be sure and reserve your spot early to avoid missing out on this incredible opportunity!

Join best selling author Larry Flaxman and the ARPAST team  for a night of terror you shall never forget. Come with us as we investigate a location which is reported to be one of the most haunted in the state...if not the whole country!

NWA, in a small town nestled in the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains, is home to the former Arkansas Tuberculosis Sanatorium. This incredible institution was the fruition of the dreams of Arkansas State Supreme Court Judge Joseph Hill, Sen. Kie Oldham of Pulaski County, and Dr. C.P. Meriwether, all of whom were afflicted with TB at the time of the idea's inception.

From the day it formally opened on September 10, 1910, until the day of the discharge of its last patient on February 26, 1973, the sanatorium treated over 70,000 patients, with a sizeable number of those being pediatric cases.

The Arkansas Tuberculosis Sanatorium is situated among 896.13 acres at an elevation of 1,055 feet. At its zenith, the Sanatorium was known within medical circles as one of the premier TB institutions in the country. It was a place of refuge, an institution of mercy, and a beacon of hope for those who had nowhere else to turn.

This is your opportunity to attend a real paranormal investigation...just like you see on TV's Ghost Hunters!

Still not convinced? Check out some of the photos from our previous visit by clicking here.


Tickets are $50 per person and include drinks, snacks, and the investigation. Due to the nature of this event, no refunds will be provided.

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1818 N. Taylor, #337
Little Rock, AR. 72207

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