The Sorrel-Weed House

The Sorrel Weed House is not only one of the most haunted places in the south, but one of the most haunted places in the country! Visitors to the house have experiences being pushed, bitten, and other strange occurances. The root of all the hauntings is thought to be the original owner of the house,…

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Le Pavillon

Learn about the history and hauntings of one of the grandest hotels in New Orleans, Le Pavillon. Le Pavillon is world famous for their nightly peanut butter and jelly sandwiches as well as a few ghosts such as Ada who has been known to make her presence known from time to time. Also, don’t forget…

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Tennessee State Capitol

Why do people hear people arguing in the Tennessee State Capitol late at night when no one is in the building? Also, are the ground haunted by a former United States President who was at one time buried there? Who is the Union soldier who that still guards the Capitol? Find out this plus a…

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Twitty City

While Dolly Parton was opening Dollywood and Opryland was becoming one of the most popular theme parks in the south Conway Twitty dipped his toe into the water as well. As one of the most popular country singers in the 1980s Twitty opened his own attraction called Twitty Citty in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Unfortunately after his…

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The Witch of Fentress County

In Tennessee’s 226 years of history there has only been documented trial of a witch. It took place in 1835 in Fentress County in Jamestown, Tennessee. Back then an elderly man named Joseph Stout spent much of his day sitting around his cabin next to the Obed River reading books about philosophy and religion. As…

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Ghosts of Gallatin Haunted Tour April 1st & 2nd

The Ghosts of Gallatin Haunted Tour will be picking up where it left off this weekend, April 1st and 2nd. Southern Ghost Stories series author Allen Sircy and local historian Eli Geery will lead guests to a dozen sites around the Gallatin Square. Whether it’s manifestations, murder, mayhem or a mischievous mannequin, guests can expect…

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Andrew Jackson Hotel

The Andrew Jackson Hotel might look like a great place to stay in the heart of the French Quarter. However, Yellow Fever and a deadly fire have left behind some permanent guests in the hotel. Also, take a deep dive and learn about the impact that Andrew Jackson had on the city of New Orleans…

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