The Mother Church of Country Music can trace it’s origins all the way back to the Civil War when a riverboat captain named Thomas Ryman became a prominent businessman in Nashville. Ryman found religion and built the historic venue in Nashville which ultimately became home to the Grand Ole Opry. The Ryman Auditorium might be one of the premier venues for live music in the United States. However, it’s also haunted by spirits of former performers as well as a Confederate soldier. Join as we take a closer look at the history and hauntings of the Ryman.
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