ABOUT THE TRIVETTE CLINIC
William Trivette opened the Trivette Clinic in 1932 after Graduating from the Medical School of Virginia and fighting for England during World War I. The Hospital was known for its modern equipment and treatment techniques. However, William Trivette passed away only six years after opening his clinic due to a bought of pneumonia. After the clinic closed in 1939, the building was eventually purchased in 1945 and turned into a supper club, rest resort, and alcohol detox center. The building was once again sold in 1961 when it became a private home. The building was once again sold in 1981 when it was converted into a nursery. The property owners began to allow ghost tours and investigations in 2011 and the location has since become one of the most well known paranormal locations in the state of North Carolina.
Some of the reported hauntings of the Trivette Clinic center around the locations past. The most well known spirit of the location is the clinic's founder, William Trivette. Another common spirit of the clinic is a little girl known as "Majesty" that resides in the basement. . There is another spirit of a little girl that is known as "Nancy" that stays upstairs. There are also said to be spirits of nurses that still call the clinic their home, as well as a few of the patients.
During this public investigation, you'll get to join our team for the night as we explore this historically haunted location. You will get to experience an opening vigil where we call out to spirits to interact with us for the night, several vigils that focus on using various ghost hunting tools and techniques, access to parts of the building that are normally off limits to the public and free roam time to use our teams equipment and partake in your own investigations.