Erwin is An Old Historic and Haunted Railroad Town Where History, Mystery, and Intrigue Greet You Upon Arrival!!
|Learn about the ghostly visitors of the J.F. Toney Memorial Library? Learn about one of the bloodiest Civil War battles in East Tennessee History. Who are the spirits which haunt the old Appalachian Hotel Site? Learn about the tragedy of the elephant dubbed "Murderous Mary" and billed as the largest land animal on Earth. Many wonder, does the spirit of an elephant still roam the Cherokee wilderness?|
||The "Haunted Historic Erwin GhostWalk" is sure to educate, awe inspire, and amaze you and your friends or family! Join us as we|
|stroll down one of Tennessee's most historic Main Streets while visiting its haunted landmarks! Learn about the Cherokee Indian occupation of the Valley Beautiful prior to the arrival of the first white settlers to East Tennessee. You'll also discover more about one of the lost battles of the Civil War as local family diaries reveal for us the nearly forgotten details of a battle nearly lost to time...|
Home to the Annual October "Apple Festival" Erwin in Unicoi County, Tennessee is full of spellbinding stories, folklore, and legend! Never before has it all been pulled together in a way that presents to our tour participants a new picture of where all of us mountain folk have come from and where we have been. Come and learn about the lives of those who have passed on, their triumphs, hardships, and heartaches in life - who may still be with us today... Haunting the very historic structures along our legendary tour route!!
The Erwin Ghost Tour Departs From the:
Toney Library, 201 Nolichucky, Erwin 37650
Every tour lasts 2-3 hours and is a gentle stroll through the town, usually less than one mile of walking distance, but you will definitely get your money's worth!!! Departure times vary. Advance reservations are required. Call if any questions.
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