On North Water Avenue, in Gallatin, Tennessee you will find one of the best Hamburger joints in the state. However, the building dates back to the 1870s and was originally a pharmacy where a local pharmacist treated (sometimes unsuccesfully) patients with different ailments such as cholera. Today Swaney-Swifts serves most-watering burgers with a side of boo! The spirits of children are said to roam the building racing back and forth and playing tricks on employees. Join us as we take a deep dive into the history and hauntings of Swaney-Swifts on the Gallatin square. Also, don’t forget to download the Nashville Ghost Map in iTunes and Google Play Take your own ghost tour of Nashville at your own pace. Our new book Southern Ghost Stories: Ghosts of Gallatin goes in depth into the history of the town and the square and makes an excellent companion to the podcast.

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