Glenmore Mansion

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Before the death of local historian Thomas Roach, he remarked that if a ghost was sighted at the mansion, it might just be of him. Ever since, visitors have noted a friendly presence and a misty apparition on the lower floor of the mansion. People have also reported sighting a woman in white looking out of the windows of the house, and seeing strange lights in the attic of the house after it has been locked up.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
1280 North Chucky Pike
Jefferson City, TN
United States

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GPS:
36.127909, -83.48322200000001
County:
Jefferson County, Tennessee
Nearest Towns:
Jefferson City, TN (0.6 mi.)
New Market, TN (4.2 mi.)
Dandridge, TN (8.7 mi.)
Rutledge, TN (10.7 mi.)
White Pine, TN (11.1 mi.)
Baneberry, TN (11.4 mi.)
Morristown, TN (12.1 mi.)
Blaine, TN (12.5 mi.)
Luttrell, TN (15.3 mi.)
Mascot, TN (15.4 mi.)

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