Tennessee October 12, 2016
This Haunted Road Trip Will Lead You To The Scariest Places In Tennessee
A haunted road trip is just what the doctor ordered when it comes to October. We found some of the most haunted places in the state, and you’re bound to want to get in your car immediately to go from one to the other. These stories are scary, and the places you’ll be visiting are even more terrifying.
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We're gonna start out here in Memphis, to give East Tennessee a bit of love. Graceland is said to be haunted by the famed Elvis, forever walking about the house that he simply can't bear to leave. He loves it in death as much as he did in life, we guess.
Loretta Lynn made the area famous with her love of the supernatural. The neat plantation house has seen many Civil War soldiers walking the property, and has even been featured on the Travel Channel for its supernatural activity.
The largest Confederate graveyard in the south is located on the property, and folks say that they see soldiers walking the fields. There's said to be a young servant who still sweeps the kitchen, and the stately ghost of one of the four generals that lost their liives on the property.
Stones River Battlefield
There's a place on the battlefield that is known as "The Bloody Pen," a place where a stand was solidly taken and many lives were tragically lost. The soldiers are said to wander the battlefield, forgetting that their lives ended so many lifetimes ago.
Bell Witch Cave
This was the site of one of the most horrific hauntings in history. Even Andrew Jackson was said to swear off the place, where John Bell was said to be murdered by a poltergeist and the family suffered at the hands of the supernatural for years. You can tour the cave even now, though - if you're so inclined.
We’re extremely creeped out..and you’re sure to be too. Which places would you add to the list?