Gwendolyn's House

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The early 1900’s building is haunted by the ghost of a woman in white, who has been standing at windows, looking out across the valley. The apparition of a black dog has also been seen running through the hallways and in the basement of the house. An aggressive entity has been reported in the house, and screams at people who enter the building.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
199 Kuhn Road
Elizabethton, TN
United States

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GPS:
36.3940451493167, -82.22318176924091
County:
Carter County, Tennessee
Nearest Towns:
Elizabethton, TN (3.2 mi.)
Hunter, TN (3.9 mi.)
Watauga, TN (4.4 mi.)
Bluff City, TN (5.9 mi.)
Central, TN (6.0 mi.)
Pine Crest, TN (8.4 mi.)
Johnson City, TN (9.1 mi.)
Blountville, TN (11.2 mi.)
Tri-Cities, TN (11.2 mi.)
Oak Grove, TN (11.3 mi.)

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  1. I have a few buddies of mine and we love investigating haunted places and love learning the history on haunted houses. we were wondering if we could come investigate for a few hours. thank you

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