Tennessee August 28, 2016
Here Are The Best Places To Spot A Ghost In Tennessee
If you’re looking for a great place to find a southern ghost, then we’ve got quite the spot for a creepy night out. October is coming a bit faster than you think, and it’s almost time for apple cider, warm treats, sweaters and all the ghost stories by the fire. It’s an exciting thing – if you aren’t too creeped out…
1. Bell Witch Cave - Adams
One of the most famous hauntings in the United States, the famed poltergeist that haunted - and eventually killed - John Bell has made way for a very popular tourist spot.
2. White Screamer - White Bluff
No one really knows where the white screamer comes from. It's said to take a white, misty form, wailing, screaming and crying until the unlucky haunted folk go completely insane.
3. Rotherwood Mansion - Kingsport
A story of love long lost, the Rotherwood Mansion has a wandering, weeping woman who is said to haunt the halls and the grounds.
4. Sensabaugh Tunnel - Kingsport
This famous tunnel is said to emit screams and wandering figures in the night. There are some stories of a young woman, chased by her father into the tunnel, who lost her life in the dark. If you roll your windows down and take a quick drive on through, you just might see something.
5. Blackwell House - Bartlett
Supposedly no one has been able to stay longer than a month at the historic Blackwell House. There's a man who roams the home, making his presence known with a consistently lit lamp.
6. Libertyland - Memphis
The man who once ran the carousel met a terrible demise at his favorite spot. A young child lost their balloon on the carousel, and in an attempt to rescue it he forgot to turn off the carousel - and was decapitated. Some still see his headless body roaming the area.
7. Dumpling Hill Cemetery - Paris
You can find the ghost of a young slave girl at Dumpling Hill Cemetery. She was hung for a petty crime and she is often seen trying to chase away visitors.
Dang. This is so creepy…have you been to any?