National television visits the Tug Valley region again. This time, instead of exploring the storied Hatfield and McCoy Feud historic sites, Travel Channel’s “Destination Fear” explores the Old Hospital on College Hill, an exceedingly creepy, and perhaps haunted building that overlooks the City of Williamson, West Virginia.

The Tug Valley Region is certainly a place for those who seek out the supernatural to investigate. Over the past several years since the Kevin Costner miniseries captured the nation’s interest, thousands of visitors from all over the world having combed the renowned feud sites, seeking the truth behind the Hatfield and McCoy legend. Ghost hunters and paranormal investigators are commonly found among our visitors, and with the Old Hospital on College Hill now garnering national attention, we expect even more travelers interested in unravelling the mysteries of the “haunted” sites of Mingo and Pike County.

Showtimes & Details

The Old Hospital on College Hill will be featured on the season finale of Destination Fear, season 2 (episode 14). As of the time of this writing, the Old Hospital on College Hill episode will be aired on December 19, 2020, beginning at 10:00 p.m./9:00 p.m. central, and December 20, 2:00 a.m./1:00 a.m. central on Travel Channel.

Click here to view the travelchannel.com for more details.

Tour the Old Hospital on College Hill

The Old Hospital on College Hill was recently purchased by investors and will be reopened in 2021 for tours. Tours will be by reservation only, with both paranormal and historical tours being offered. So, if you are brave enough to investigate this spine-chilling hospital, feel free to reach out to the Old Hospital on College Hill for further details:

Call: 304-953-0987
Email: [email protected]

Address:
650 Mulberry Street
Williamson, WV 25661

Click here to visit the Old Hospital on College Hill website.

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