Tennessee January 14, 2017
We Checked Out The 10 Most Terrifying Places In Tennessee And They’re Horrifying
It’s always fun to visit some creepy, eerie places that are stuck throughout the state of Tennessee. We’ve found some chilling haunted places from one end of the state to another, each one full of stories and legends that will keep you up at night. Have you heard the stories?
haunted tunnel in East Tennessee sure is eerie.
Located in East Tennessee, the Sensabaugh Tunnel has the the pivot point of local legend for years. No one is quite sure how the eerie spot came to be rife with hauntings, but a visit may clear it up - don't you think?
9. Maybe take a visit to our
haunted prison in Nashville.
The Tennessee State Prison in Nashville was closed in 1992, but the hulking whole of it slowly rots on the west end of town. It's a creepy place...and also known as a local haunt.
haunted city is a Tennessee legend.
The legend of the Bell Witch is still alive and well in Adams, Tennessee. You can come hear the story of the murderous poltergeist and even visit the Bell farm.
7. Care for an evening at our most
Taking a trip to a haunted campground sounds like something straight out of a horror movie - and you'd never know this popular tourist spot was littered with legend.
6. Have you ever been to the
most haunted restaurant in Tennessee?
Greenbrier Restaurant in Gatlinburg, Tennessee is loud and proud about their ghost infestation. It's the stories, though - the legends of the restaurant patrons that will get those goosebumps goin'.
5. This mansion in East Tennessee has a
dark and evil history.
Frightmare Mansion is actually the site of one of the most wicked murderous rampages in the history of Tennessee - and it was covered up. What?! The story of Jonathan Lexer must be read, asap.
4. If you have a brave moment you can take a drive down this
this creepy road.
A haunted road goes best with a couple of good friends and a radio that stays switched off - anything can happen.
3. Did you know that there is
there's a haunted cemetery near Nashville?
Pegram Family Cemetery has a gruesome history, one that has been eaten by the maw of time. Click on through and learn about the legend behind the forgotten resting place.
2. There's quite the legend behind
this Civil War battlefield.
A haunted battlefield!? Yes, of course a haunted battlefield. Tennessee was the second most active state in the Civil War, only the state of Virginia had more battles fought on its soil.
1. There's nothing like an
eerie haunted hike in the Tennessee woods.
It's not just hiking boots and granola out here - it's scary stories and unexplained deaths and eerie, tiny graveyards. Curious?
What eerie places, right? How many will you be visiting? Here’s a little more insight into
Tennessee history with these old photographs.