Nashville January 28, 2017
We Checked Out The 7 Most Terrifying Places In Nashville And They’re Horrifying
There’s something about a visit to a haunted place, an eerie place, a spot with a history and a dark story that will really get your heart pumping. It’s the ghostly hand of the past that keeps us drawn in, the once-upon-a-midnight dreary that reminds us how human we really are. These seven places in and around Nashville just may fit the bill…if you’re willing to explore them.
haunted battlefield near Nashville has QUITE the story.
The Carnton Plantation was the location of the famed Battle of Franklin during the Civil War. It's also home to the largest Confederate cemetery in the United States - pretty crazy, hey?
6. There's a lot of history to this
abandoned Tennessee State Prison.
Closed in 1992, the century old prison is one of Nashville's gems. The exterior was used during the filming of "The Green Mile," and the whole of it was designed to mirror the famous prison in Albany, New York. It once housed Old Sparky, Tennessee's electric chair, and is now home to a bunch of mice and mold. Yech.
5. The video of this
abandoned psych hospital. is pretty creepy.
Take a look at this shot of an abandoned psychiatric hospital in North Nashville. The land has been up for sale for years, but has yet to find a buyer.
4. Don't forget to check-in to a
haunted hotel...if you dare.
There are a COUPLE of creepy spots you can spend the night, if you're willing to take the dare. We've found them and exhumed their stories - you simply have to make the reservation.
3. These photos of
abandoned Nashville spots are downright terrifying.
These shots were taken all over Nashville, abandoned places that will get the goosebumps on your arms up. It's a creepy thing, to see your city in a different light.
2. Have you ever taken a trip to the
Neuhoff Packing Plant?
Although located on private property, the hulking Neuhoff Packing Plant is a peek into Nashville's history. The Germantown-based plant is said to have a haunting past.
Sun Valley Swim Club closed years ago...
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...but the husk of the once bustling community pool is still around, out in Madison off of Neely's Bend. It's a strange thing, to drive by this quiet place with the filled-in pool and huddle of old buildings around it. Closed in the late sixties, you can almost hear the laughter from so many years ago, echoing through the trees.
What an eerie thing, these terrifying places in Nashville. How many have you visited? You have to experience this
stunning waterfall near Nashville – it’s not terrifying at all!