Nashville October 07, 2016
This Haunted Road Trip Will Lead You To The Scariest Places In Nashville
It’s October, and that means you have a lot more to do than just grab a pumpkin spice latte and a couple of hay bales for the front porch. No, you can go on a haunted road trip through Nashville – and you’re bound to have an adventure, whether you make friends with a ghost or not.
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1. Tennessee State Prison
Known to be haunted by former prisoners, some claim they can hear clanging and screaming echoing through the now empty and rusted cells.
2. The Ryman Auditorium
There's a dark figure in the balcony during rehearsals and some say you can even run into the ghost of Hank Williams, Sr. as he wanders around backstage.
3. Union Station Hotel
Union Station hotel is said to be haunted by a young woman dressed in black, forever wandering the hotel after she threw herself on the tracks after being jilted by a lover.
4. Gaylord Opryland Resort
The, "Lady in Black" lives here, and she is said to be dressed in dark Antebellum garb, popping up every once in awhile to watch tourists with an eerie stare.
5. Two Rivers Mansion
Folks have reported that they hear disembodied footsteps and see lights going on and off randomly. Some say the ghosts hail from Native Americans buried nearby, others claim its Civil War soldiers.
6. The Hermitage
Andrew Jackson is said to walk the halls, and guests have reported seeing shadowy figures and hearing weird noises at night. Some even say they heard a horse and carriage bound up the back stairwell.
Isn’t this an eerie road trip…? So interesting and perfect for October.