Alexander Inn

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Although this 1943 inn is now closed and set to be turned into a senior living facility, it was rumored to be haunted. Folks said footsteps could be heard walking up the stairs and blood could be seen on the hotel walls. From the outside, an apparition has been seen peering through the window curtains.

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Geographic Information

Address:
210 East Madison Road
Oak Ridge, TN
United States
GPS:
36.028924, -84.24188300000003
County:
Anderson County, Tennessee
Nearest Towns:
Oak Ridge, TN (2.0 mi.)
Oliver Springs, TN (5.8 mi.)
Clinton, TN (8.0 mi.)
Coalfield, TN (10.0 mi.)
Farragut, TN (11.1 mi.)
Petros, TN (12.1 mi.)
Lake City, TN (13.9 mi.)
Garland, TN (14.0 mi.)
Norris, TN (15.1 mi.)
Lenoir City, TN (16.0 mi.)

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  1. I was a volunteer when we first tried to save the old inn. We were having tailgate parties to raise money. My first night we began to bring in the coolers and tiki lights. We went one by one down a narrow dimly lit hallway and were instructed to put the large coolers in a room that was pitch black. I waited until there was room for me and when I carefully pushed the cooler into the pitch black room my hair directly behind my right ear was tugged hard twice. I was not touching the door frame anywhere. Moments later I discovered I was the only one inside as everyone else was outside gathering things to bring inside. It was a shy ghost.

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