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Tennessee State Prison
Posted on March 19, 2021
Paranormal Prisoners at Tennessee State... We all know of those places that are meant to be evil, destined to become a breeding ground for negativity and tragedy. Prisons seem always to mak...
Elkmont: Tennessee’s Ghost Town
Posted on February 10, 2021
When most people think of ghost towns, images of barren desert landscapes, tumbleweeds, and the wild west come to mind first. Ghost towns aren't a western-only happening, as proven by Elkmont, a ghost...
Haunted Cades Cove: The Cussing Cover
Posted on February 1, 2021
A Bit of History… Before it was a popular tourist day attraction of the Great Smoky Mountains, Cades Cove was a place that hundreds of people called their permanent home. For over one hundred yea...
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The General Morgan Inn
The building that is now recognized as The General Morgan Inn was known as the DeWoody Tavern, a janky wooden structure built in the early 1790s by a man named William Dunwoody. The establishment was ...
Haunted Drummond Bridge
Drummond Bridge is part of a railway system that transported coal from the mid-1800s to the mid-1900s in Eastern Tennessee. The bridge itself crosses over Coal Creek, a namesake of the goods used to m...
Shiloh National Military Park
Shiloh National Military Park was established on December 27th of 1894 to commemorate the April Battle of Corinth that raged around the Shiloh Church and Pittsburg Landing. This battle produced more t...