Tennessee Ghost Stories: The Old Postmaster

Tennessee Ghost Stories: The Old Postmaster

Known best as the South Jackson Civic Center in Tullahoma, the structure is actually pieced together by several buildings, including the city’s first public school that was built in the 1880s. The Civic Center serves its community with an auditorium, a museum and other facilities. Oh, did I forget to mention it’s also extremely haunted?…

Tennessee Ghost Stories: The Soldier Upstairs

Tennessee Ghost Stories: The Soldier Upstairs

Built in 1823, Hiram Lodge No. 7 in Franklin wasn’t just the largest building in middle Tennessee during that time, it was also the tallest building west of the Allegheny Mountains! During the Union occupation of Franklin, Confederate sympathizers climbed to the third floor of the building to make sketches of nearby Fort Granger. Those…

Tennessee Ghost Stories: The Rutherford County Courthouse

Tennessee Ghost Stories: The Rutherford County Courthouse

On April 6, 1923 a young man named Ray Royce arrived in Murfreesboro. Royce touted himself as the “The Human Fly” and began to tell everyone that he was going to climb to the top of the Rutherford County Courthouse using only his hands and bare feet. The eager daredevil produced newspapers detailing other successful…