Two Rivers Mansion and Golf Course

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People have reported seeing apparitions in the mansion and having items moved around the building. The lights turn on and off at night. People report seeing strange lights from across the golf course moving around the house. Disembodied footsteps and strange laughter are heard on the fairways of the golf course, and strange noises are heard at the rear end of the course late at night. The golf course was previously a civil war battleground and a native burial ground. People have reported seeing the shadowy figures of those who died roaming the golf course late at night.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
3130 McGavock Pike
Nashville, TN
United States

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GPS:
36.1897658, -86.67751090000002
County:
Davidson County, Tennessee
Nearest Towns:
Lakewood, TN (4.4 mi.)
Nashville, TN (6.1 mi.)
Nashville, TN (6.2 mi.)
Berry Hill, TN (7.1 mi.)
Green Hill, TN (7.5 mi.)
Hendersonville, TN (8.6 mi.)
Mount Juliet, TN (8.9 mi.)
Oak Hill, TN (9.2 mi.)
Goodlettsville, TN (9.4 mi.)
Belle Meade, TN (11.9 mi.)

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  1. Petrice Brannon  |  

    I was traveling home from work one night and wanted to take a picture to capture some orbs in front of the Manson entry way and capture a smoky image. when I stop to take the picture nothing was there but when I got the film develop wow I pick up a lot of activities. This occurred right at 1:05 or 1:07am in the morning on my way home from work this happen back in 2005 I do still have the picture and shares it from time to time. I’m at work and do not have the picture with me but hope to upload at home need to scan into my computer.

  2. We were hired to photograph a wedding at Two Rivers a few years ago.I’m a professional photographer and have been photographing weddings full-time for over 12 years. When we arrived, we tried to set up a photo in the upstairs hallway in between the bride’s room and the groom’s area. I set up a studio light and a camera, and took a photo. However, the photo came back completely black. My assistant and I (thinking it was a technical malfunction) quickly decided to set up another light and camera. The photo still came back completely black. After checking lenses, lighting, cameras and all settings several times, we decided to retrieve another third camera and light. Still, no matter what we did …. the frame came back completely black. It basically defied all laws of physics. We finally gave up, and tried an available light photo (without our strobe). When we turned on the camera preview function a very strange thing occurred. On the bench, in the hallway, an outline of a figure appeared on our camera screen. You could not make out the face well, but the outline of a person was definitely there, looking right at us. Both my assistant and I witnessed it. It may have been one of the creepiest things I have ever seen. This location is most definitely haunted.

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