One Of The Most Haunted Cemeteries In Tennessee Is Also The Most Beautiful
By Chris Dodge|Updated on September 07, 2023(Originally published October 26, 2022)
My name is Chris Dodge and I live right here in the great state of Tennessee. My family and I are full adventurers filled with passion to see the amazing things our state has to offer. We are avid hikers and have explored many different places in Tennessee and beyond but we are always thankful to be living in such a glorious state.
Urban legends tell haunting tales all centered around places of the dead. In Knoxville, Old Gray Cemetery holds a story that is so scary it may just keep you up at night. It may be a beautiful place, but it also holds a dark entity that roams the grounds. Do you dare to look for ghosts at this haunted cemetery in Tennessee? If you dare read on and find out what might be lurking and watching from the shadows as you enjoy this place of rest.
You have to decide for yourself if you believe the stories coming from this haunted cemetery in Knoxville, Tennessee. Take a walk in this beautiful piece of history, but be aware of who, or what might be watching.
For more information about Old Gray Cemetery, visit the website and experience this place for yourself — just be respectful of those laid to rest here — and the Black Aggie, too. Learn more about the history of this place of rest with this video from the Knoxville History Project.
If you need a place to stay the night while visiting Knoxville then make sure to check in to The Tennessean, and we even have a whole day’s itinerary for you with some of the best things to do in Knoxville. Then again you might not be able to sleep after visiting this cemetery…
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