Haunted Places in Sequatchie County, Tennessee

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    Sheraton Road House Hotel

    Chattanooga, Tennessee

    23.2 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    Room 311 is alleged to be haunted by the ghost of Annalisa Netherly. Although not much is known about her, her legend claims she was living in the hotel and was killed when her husband caught her in a tryst with another man.

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    Hales Bar Marina and Dam

    Guild, Tennessee

    23.6 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    Constructed in 1905 to tame the whirlpools along the Tennessee River, legend has it that the dam was cursed by Native Americans. Some say if visitors get too close, they'll be sucked in. Witnesses have seen eerie black figures and heard chanting, and some have seen apparitions of drowning Native ...

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    Greenwood Cemetery

    Chattanooga, Tennessee

    23.6 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    Greenwood Cemetery is said to be haunted by the wife who lived in a large house across the lake. She became wheelchair-bound after an illness, and her husband began to have an affair. To get rid of his wife, he pushed her wheelchair into the lake. She is said to ...

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    Super 8 Chattanooga Ooltewah

    Ooltewah, Tennessee

    27.5 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    Witnesses reported experiencing a feeling of terror when they saw the ghost of a 20-something woman sitting at the edge of the bed. She appears to be in the process of undressing, leading speculators to believe she was a prostitute who was murdered while on the job.

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    Old South Pittsburg Hospital

    South Pittsburg, Tennessee

    30.7 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    The Old South Pittsburg Hospital was built in 1959 and is located on the foothill of South Pittsburg Mountain, in South Pittsburg, TN. The hospital was built on a solid Limestone rock, as its foundation and a natural spring running directly under the hospital and into the most Northwest part ...

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    Falcon Rest Mansion and Gardens

    McMinnville, Tennessee

    31 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    At this bed-and-breakfast and spot for historic tours, folks have witnessed footsteps and whistling on the stairs, objects that have been moved, phantom cigar smoke, electronic oddities, and a mirror that fell off the wall for no apparent reason. Legend has it that one ghost here is Clay Faulkner, original ...

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    Chickamauga Battlefield

    Chickamauga, Georgia

    32.2 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    Apparitions of soldiers are said to be spotted here just about any evening. Sounds of gunshots and screams have been captured here, and flickering lantern lights have been seen as well. Some visitors reported hearing cries for help and feeling cold spots during the summer months. An apparition called Old ...

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    Gordon Lee House

    Chickamauga, Georgia

    35.2 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    The 1840's antebellum mansion is said to be haunted by a man in a civil war uniform, along with the ghost of a German Shepard that belonged to a former owner. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    Whitman-Anderson House

    Ringgold, Georgia

    35.7 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    This 1918 residence is haunted by a soldier named Captain, who has been known to knock on the front door and materialise by the bedsides of resident's of the house, as if to wake them up in the morning. Legend has it that he is waiting for a letter ...

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    Historic Tower House Inn

    Manchester, Tennessee

    39.1 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    The spirits that live here are said to be former owner John P. Adams, his wife May and his son, Marion. John's apparition has been seen in the parlor and Civil War museum area, and Marion is seen in the children's room upstairs. The hauntings have been mentioned in several ...

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    Pinhook Plantation House

    Calhoun, Tennessee

    41.3 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    Many ghosts have been reported here, including the Lady in the Gray Gown, a ghost who has been known to open the front door and walk up the stairway. There is also a monk who once held a meeting with several other ghosts in the Gathering Room. Reports say another ...

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    Chetoogeta Tunnel

    Tunnel Hill, Georgia

    42.4 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    Begun in 1848 and completed two years later, the tunnel was used until 1928 when a new tunnel was built close by. The old tunnel was forgotten and became overgrown with kudzu vines until 1992, when preservationists lobbied to save it. It is now a park centerpiece, and a site ...

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    Keith Mansion Bed and Breakfast

    Athens, Tennessee

    45.7 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    At this inn, built in 1858, you may come across the ghost of a Civil War soldier. The inn was taken over by the troops during the war, and it is believed that this soldier died on the premises. Voices have been reported, as well as objects that move on ...

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    Samuel Cleage House - Clegg House

    Athens, Tennessee

    47.5 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    The Samuel Cleage House dates back to around 1826. Local residents know it colloquially as "The Clegg House." Locals gave accounts of noises and voices that have caused the inability to hold tennants in the past. Now, the building is gutted and going thru possible restoration. Summary of events: Plenty ...

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    Wink Theater

    Dalton, Georgia

    48.4 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    Wink Theater was built in 1941 by J.C.H. Wink, who in fact may be the ghost who is believed to haunt the building. Wink was buried on the premises when he passed away during the theater's construction. Witnesses have reported footsteps and strange banging noises.

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    Moody Brick House

    Fackler, Alabama

    52.2 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    The current owners of the Moody Brick claim that the old plantation is definitely not haunted. However, that doesn't stop the tales from being told and retold. In the absence of documented fact, people are free to claim their own version of history and never is that more ...

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    Walking Horse Hotel

    Wartrace, Tennessee

    53.1 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    At this very spot, the Union soldiers released many Confederate prisoners at the end of the Civil War, many of whom were very sick and malnourished and died in the hotel. To make matters worse, in the 1970s a Vietnam vet had a flashback and shot 4 hotel guests to ...

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    Desoto Falls

    Mentone, Alabama

    57.7 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    The ghost of an old woman and her dog is said to wander the area around Desoto Falls. Allegedly the ghost of the old woman was angered at not having a properly marked grave after thieves stole her burial money so she wandered the hills. The legend has it that ...

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    El Rayos Authentic Mexican

    Calhoun, Georgia

    65.8 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    The building that houses El Rayos Authentic Mexican Restaurant, formerly Place on Peidmont restaurant, was once a private home. Legend has it that it was inhabited by a woman and a little girl, who was run over by a car here. The woman lived here until her death of natural ...

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    Stones River National Battlefield

    Murfreesboro, Tennessee

    67.1 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    The Civil War Battle of Stones River was fought from late December 1862 until January 2, 1863. The Stones River National Battlefield includes the Stones River National Cemetery and Stop No. 4, the “Slaughter Pen,” where Union General Phil Sheridan did his best to hold back the Confederates in a ...

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    Union Cemetery

    Woodville, Alabama

    69.9 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    It is alleged that you can hear the screams of soldiers who died in the Civil War at this cemetery.

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    Sam Davis Home

    Smyrna, Tennessee

    74.5 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    The Sam Davis Home, now a house museum, was built around 1810 but was restored completely in 1850. Sam Davis himself lived here until 1860 and in 1863 he was hanged by the Union Army as a spy. Apparitions of a young man, believed to be Sam Davis' brother Oscar, ...

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    Berry College

    Rome, Georgia

    75.7 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    The hauntings at Berry College have earned it the nickname Scary Berry. The ghost of a female student is supposed to haunt Ford Hall. She hanged herself upon receiving news that her boyfriend was killed in World War II. Blackstone Hall has several ghosts, the most well known perhaps being ...

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    Barnsley Gardens Resort

    Adairsville, Georgia

    78.6 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    Built by Godfrey Barnsley in 1844, the ruins of the mansion are said to be haunted by Godfrey himself, his wife Julia, and a Confederate soldier who may be Colonel Robert Earle, killed on these grounds during the Civil War.

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    1880 Newbury House

    Robbins, Tennessee

    79 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    It is said that at the Newbury House, ghostly occurrences are not unknown. It seems that especially single female guests are known to awaken in the night with the ghost of a man standing over their bed. The ghost is thought to be Charles Oldfield, and the Charles Oldfield Room ...

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    Kingstone Lisle Inn

    Robbins, Tennessee

    79 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    Called the Snoring Ghost, the ghost in residence here is said to be Thomas Hughes, the town's founder. He originally built the place for his mother, but remains in spirit. He is known to pull blankets back on the bed and audibly snore. The inn can be accessed through tours.

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    Hell's Gates

    Huntsville, Alabama

    82.2 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    Alabama is fond of getting into Hell it seems. Not only is there a Hell's Gates bridge, but there's also this place in Huntsville, which is also called Hell's Gates, which in reality, appears to be nothing more than a set of gates blocking a private driveway to some rich ...

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    Cooley Cemetery

    Guntersville, Alabama

    84.7 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    It is said that a mysterious fog covers this area day or night, and it surrounds the gravestones.

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    Whole Backstage Theater

    Guntersville, Alabama

    86.7 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    A pyromaniac ghost? That might be a first. Rumored to be haunted by an old man ghost with a fondness for flammables as well as a young boy who is often heard laughing.

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    Castalian Springs, Tennessee

    88.4 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    Brothers James and George Winchester built the first Cragfont, a log cabin, in 1785. George was killed by Indians in 1794, and James and his wife Susan went on to build the upscale manor house Cragfont, finished in 1802. The historic mansion has been restored and is open to the ...

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    Abbie's House

    Guntersville, Alabama

    88.5 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    This home dates back to 1909 and is registered by the local historical society. All the locals know it as "Abbie's House," as it was built and lived in by Abbie Smith, who founded the United Methodist church in nearby Warrenton, AL. Many subsequent owners of the home ...

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    Fairvue - Isaac Franklin Plantation

    Gallatin, Tennessee

    90.5 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    The historic Isaac Franklin Plantation, also called Fairvue, was built in 1832. Isaac Franklin was a successful slave trader who sold approximately 1,200 enslaved people into the Southwest region, earning almost $1,000,000 in his lifetime. After changing hands several times over the years, the site was designated a National Historic ...

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    Oliver's Restaurant - Grayfeather Grill

    Gallatin, Tennessee

    91.2 miles from Sequatchie County, TN

    It has had many names, including Loco Lupe's, Oliver's Restaurant, Grecian's and Grayfeather Grill. The 1800s building that houses the eatery was once the county jail, and it is rumored to be haunted. Witnesses have heard voices, knocking, footsteps on the stairs and slamming doors late at night, and toilets ...