Bethesda Church and Cemetery

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The apparitions of restless Confederate soldiers are seen inside and outside the church building. They are aggressive towards visitors to the cemetery. The apparition of a weeping woman has been seen on the far side of the cemetery. Her cries are often heard late at night.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
4990 Bethesda Road
Morristown, TN
United States

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GPS:
36.247928, -83.22552300000001
County:
Hamblen County, Tennessee
Nearest Towns:
Morristown, TN (4.5 mi.)
Mooresburg, TN (6.8 mi.)
Bean Station, TN (7.4 mi.)
Bulls Gap, TN (7.8 mi.)
White Pine, TN (10.3 mi.)
Baneberry, TN (13.3 mi.)
Mosheim, TN (15.4 mi.)
Rutledge, TN (16.3 mi.)
Rogersville, TN (16.5 mi.)
Jefferson City, TN (17.2 mi.)

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  1. Was visiting Bethesda, fall of 2012. It was a below average chilly night in October when my friends and myself seem to over hear a conversation of two men. I turn toward the church and to my shock and suprise I see without a doubt 2 Confederate soldiers talk among themselves. They were as if to be “glowing” in the very cool night air. I was very shocked as I couldn’t take my eyes off the soldiers in an attempt to get the attention of my friend. Both of the figures noticed me and they very calm walked around the corner of the old church building. I then turned to my friend and replied to him. “Oh my God I can’t believe what I just saw.” We very quickly got into my car and left abruptly. My friend and I never talked about what we both witnessed. My friend moved to Atlanta the spring and this is only the second time I have discussed what we both saw that eveing. I try not to even go by the cemetery. Sometimes going miles out of my way not to pass it by. Morristown is my hometown and I do most deffidently believe it to be haunted.

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