There’s A Little Known Cabin In The Woods of Tennessee… And It’s Truly Haunting

Sam Raimi’s cult phenomenon movie “The Evil Dead” was released to the public in 1981, when the now-renowned horror director was barely legal. The site of the horrifying film, one that pushed boundaries regarding gore and violence in film, is actually still standing a stone’s throw from one East Tennessee town. Although the cabin is now located on private property (aka: don’t trespass in Appalachia country), you can get a quick peek at it right here.

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**Warning: This trailer isn’t appropriate for all ages – please watch with caution**

Terrified just yet? It may be time to re-watch the movie, now that you know it took place in your home state.