|PLEASE NOTE :
The following is a partial listing of locations which are said to be haunted, but have not been verified by the Alternate Realities Center. Submitted by anonymous sources, the information provided below does not necessarily reflect the view, or opinions of the Alternate Realities Center, or Appalachian GhostWalks, neither of whom have performed any research to document the claims of haunted activity suggested. This section of our website is entirely for entertainment purposes only. Everyone is encouraged to make up your own mind about any alleged activity reportedly occurring at each location mentioned, accepting - or rejecting the information as desired. In other words, everyone is encouraged to take what you read in this section of our site, with a "grain of salt"... Just a few "Tall Tennessee Ghost Stories"!|
Although this section of our site is for entertainment purposes only, Appalachian GhostWalks presents nightly walking and bus tours of authentically haunted locations region wide throughout Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Please call (423) 743-WALK (9255) for information on, or reservations for one or more of our tours and begin planning for a truly SPOOK-tacular Haunted Vacation to include discounts on bed and breakfasts, inns, and other haunted historic area attractions with our "Spook and Save" vacation planning packages...
|Cleveland, Tennessee - Mausoleum is the Craigmiles|
Mausoleum and is in the yard of St. Luke's Episcopal Church. The grandfather did NOT die, just little Nina, who was seven at the time. She was her parent's only child and the white marble was imported from Italy to make the mausoleum. The pink streak (reported to be the blood) is above the door.
Cleveland, Tennessee - Mausoleum in the Middle of Town
The middle of town holds a little girl and her grandfather... They died in train accident... They had gone out for a late night ride in their carriage and it got stuck on the tracks and they got run down by a train... They were both put in the mausoleum so they could be together for eternity... Well every year on the anniversary of their death, the mausoleum is said
Clifton, Tennessee - Field Behind the Public Library
There is a field behind the Public Library that if you go to between 8:00pm and 5:00am then you can sometimes see a white figure of a man moving around the field. They say that the white figure is a man by the name of Rosco Young Blood who buried his money in the field back in the 1950's and still roams the field trying to find his money that he buried there.
Collinwood, Tennessee - Park in the Center of Town
Many of the old folks in Collinwood tell of a tree in the park where slaves were hanged during the slave days. They say that if you walk through the park on stormy nights that all of the trees will be moving from the wind blowing through the branches and leaves - except one.
Columbia, Tennessee - Bear Creek Church - Non-Denominational
It has two stories, but only the first is accessible. The windows are painted blood red, even on the 2nd floor. Now abandoned, the place is still heavily guarded by pure evil, evident through spectral photos.
Columbia, Tennessee - The Abandoned Cemetery
The cemetery is over 100 years old and its deep in the woods. Sometimes when you walk past the cemetery you can hear children playing or you can hear someone getting murdered.
Cookville, Tennessee - Old Dirt Road
A young woman who had an accident on an old dirt road by a huge rock in Cookville late at night back in the 1950's has been seen by passers at midnight on the anniversary of her death. She was seen sitting on the rock wearing white.
Cordova, Tennessee - Old Town Cemetery
The cemetery is very old due to the graves dating back to the early 1800's. Flashing lights can be seen from the trees at night when no source of light is even visible. And at a certain grave whose name is "Susan" reveals the shadow of a face and orbs when photographed.
Cowan, Tennessee - Ciwan Cemetery
At night you can see the tombstones shine and people sometimes report seeing people standing be side them.
Cragfont, Tennessee - Castalian Springs
Now toured during the day, at night witnesses have seen candles burning inside, heard loud screams, breathing and the feeling of being followed.
|Appalachian GhostWalks strives to present a positive perspective about the afterlife and on each and every tour you'll learn the results of years of professional, experienced scientific investigation and how the real history of our region actually later verified our findings! All of this is set in the historic setting of an area rich with hundreds of years of culture and heritage of Native to early American History. The towns in which we tour are lined with buildings that pre-date the Civil War and look like a scene from an old western movie set! You and your travel companions will tour very active|
Tours along Tennessee's two oldest wagon / stage roads!
|properties lining the path of all thirteen lantern-led walking tours while your guide points out photo opportunities where you can and probably will go home with some very interesting photographs - so don't forget to bring a camera! Our tours bring the Cherokee, Frontier, Revolutionary and Civil War history of our mountains to life for all ages. Each guide is a highly trained and certified ghost hunter who will present a positive and realistic blend of science, real history, and true ghost stories which, in the words of our past guests, is... "Humor and History, Emotion and Education... Absolutely Entertaining, Edifying, and Enchanting!"|