Haunted Places in Tazewell County, Virginia

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    Aspenvale Cemetery

    Marion, Virginia

    21.9 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    Aspenvale Cemetery is the burial site of several Revolutionary War heroes such as Gen. William Campbell, famous for the Battle of King's Mountain, and his wife Elizabeth, sister of Patrick Henry. Witnesses say the strange anomalies happen here along with an odd feeling that there is something unseen around. Orbs ...

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    Abijah Thomas House - Octagon House

    Marion, Virginia

    24.2 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    The Abijah Thomas House, aka the Octagon House, is a historic octagon house and private residence originally built in 1856. Its outer walls are bricks made by slaves on the property. Witnesses say the house is haunted, especially in the "dark room" or storage room. Apparitions of shackled, abused slaves ...

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    Nickerson Snead Haunted Mansion

    Glade Spring, Virginia

    27.5 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    Welcome to The Haunted Mansion VA. We are a seasonal haunted house attraction presented by The Nickerson Snead House Museum in Glade Spring, VA. This haunted house attraction is unique because it is set up in an authentic haunted house. There are over 200 years of spirits haunting the the ...

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    Emory and Henry College

    Meadowview, Virginia

    28.5 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    Founded in 1836, the historic Emory and Henry College is believed to be haunted. A hanging lamp outside the Music Hall is said to swing by itself, stemming from a heated debate in which a man was pushed out the third story window. He grabbed the lamp and hung from ...

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    The Tavern

    Abingdon, Virginia

    36.3 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    The Tavern restaurant was originally built in 1779. Is is said to be the a hot spot for the spirit set, including a ghost nicknamed "The Tavern Tart," reported to be a prostitute who was murdered a client. Witnesses say she is known to pinch or grab men on the ...

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    Barter Theatre

    Abingdon, Virginia

    36.6 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    Built in 1831 as Sinking Springs Presbyterian Church, the building has also been used as a town hall and a fire hall, which meant that even when it became Barter Theatre, the fire alarm remained on the building, and when the sirens went off during a performance, the actors had ...

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    Martha Washington Inn

    Abingdon, Virginia

    36.7 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    At this 1832 inn built by War of 1812 hero General Francis Preston as a home for his family of nine children, a ghostly young woman roams the place. She is reportedly looking for her lover. Also, witnesses say that no matter how many times the carpets are replaced, blood ...

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    Major Graham Mansion

    Max Meadows, Virginia

    40.6 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    The historic mansion is believed to be haunted by the spirits of folks from its past. Paranormalists have collected electric voice phenomna and seen apparitions. The property is reported to be open for history and ghost tours during some times of year, and is available for investigation by paranormalist groups ...

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    Prospect Hill Bed and Breakfast

    Mountain City, Tennessee

    47 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    This 1889 house-turned-inn may be home to a few ghosts, which manifest in odd ways. The owners have said the way to tell when a ghost is around is by phantom smells, usually of perfume or peanut butter cookies.

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    Wilderness Road Regional Museum

    Dublin, Virginia

    48.1 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    Wilderness Road Regional Museum is said to be haunted by an apparition of a young woman who walks the ground or stands in the window. The lights are known to flicker here as well.

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    Museum of Ashe County History

    Jefferson, North Carolina

    48.9 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    It is reported that in 2010 a summer intern here witnessed a ghost. Working alone on the first floor, the intern heard a phone ring on the floor above, and then heard footsteps walking across the floor toward the sound, presumably to answer it.

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    Old Ashe County Hospital

    Jefferson, North Carolina

    49.1 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    The 1939 building was a hospital until 1969 when it turned into a county office building. Reports say it is currently up for sale. Paranormal investigators have heard unexplained shouts and the elevator dinging, even though there was no electricity in the building.

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    Alleghany County Courthouse

    Sparta, North Carolina

    49.2 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    Built in 1933, the historic courthouse was constructed to replace the original edifice which was destroyed by the 'Big Fire of 1932'. Visitors to the building nowadays have reported hearing disembodied footsteps on the staircase and the unexplained sound of whistling near the decommissioned prison cells. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    Virginia Intermont College

    Bristol, Virginia

    49.5 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    Reports say Virginia Intermont College may have ceased operations in May 2014, but if it truly is haunted, a ghost probably wouldn't mind. The historic college is rumored to be haunted by a former student named Vera who, as legend tells, became pregnant through an affair with a professor in ...

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    Soldiers Memorial Theatre

    Beckley, West Virginia

    49.5 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    Built 1931-32, the theater is believed to lie near a Civil War-era cemetery, although this fact doesn't seem to have to do with the hauntings here. Witnesses say they've seen an apparition of a man in his 60s wearing 1930s clothes. Also, ghosts and sounds of children playing have been ...

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    The University of Virginia's College at Wise - Bowers-Sturgill

    Wise, Virginia

    56.1 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    The University of Virginia's College at Wise is believed to be home to a ghost. According to legend, she is the spirit of a young girl whose apparition appears hanging from the pipes in Bowers-Sturgill Hall, where she committed suicide.

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    The Inn at Wise

    Wise, Virginia

    57.1 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    The 1910 historic inn was in a dilapidated condition for many years prior to being refurbished, and now encapsulates its colourful past through delightful guest rooms, fine dining and a whole trove of ghost stories. Reports range from ghostly voices and screams from empty rooms to curtains opening and ...

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    Laurel Grove Cemetery

    Norton, Virginia

    58.2 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    Laurel Grove Cemetery, often referred to as Ramsey Cemetery or the Ramsey Family Cemetery, is said to be haunted by something that makes the temperature inside very cold after midnight. Shadowy figures, leaves that move without a breeze, and footsteps also have been reported.

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    Gwendolyn's House

    Elizabethton, Tennessee

    62.4 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    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 ...

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    Appalachian State University - East Hall

    Boone, North Carolina

    63.3 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    At Appalachian State University's East Hall dorm, students will tell of strange footsteps, whispers, lights that suddenly turn off, and a feeling of something unseen brushing against you. The third-floor girls' bathroom is haunted by a male ghost, and the apparition of a girl in white has been seen in ...

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    Lees-McRae College - Tate Dorm

    Banner Elk, North Carolina

    68.8 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    Lees-McRae College, specifically Tate Dorm, has a ghost called Emily. According to reports, 12-year-old Emily Draughn died of tuberculosis in the 1930s inside Tate Dorm, which was then Grace Memorial Hospital. Witnesses say Emily plays pranks like turning electrical things on and off or causing phones to ring. She has ...

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    Glidewells - Tijuana Flat's

    Blowing Rock, North Carolina

    69 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    Glidewells was once a Tijuana Flat's. The Mexican eatery partially burned down, and a little girl perished in the blaze. Since the restaurant was rebuilt, the little girl's ghostly voice was occasionally heard in the building.

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    Green Park Inn

    Lenoir, North Carolina

    69.8 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    This 1880s inn is said to have a haunt on its third floor. Witnesses say the ghost of a woman who died here in recent years has been seen walking through the third-floor hallways.

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    Rotherwood Mansion

    Kingsport, Tennessee

    70.6 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    This mansion built in 1818 by the Reverend Frederick A. Ross is said to be the home of a ghostly Lady in White. So the legend says, she is Ross's daughter Rowena, and she is looking for her love who was drowned in nearby Holston River. It is said that ...

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    Hawks Nest State Park

    Ansted, West Virginia

    72.9 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    The site of the famouse cliff Lovers' Leap, this park has a long history of being haunted. Its legend tells of 1800s lovers who leapt off the cliff. Some say the pair were Native Americans, others say they were pioneers. In some tales the girl became dizzy and fell, and ...

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    Glen Ferris Inn

    Glen Ferris, West Virginia

    73.3 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    The 1839 inn is thought to be haunted by a ghost of a Confederate soldier with a long beard, nicknamed The Colonel. He is a friendly and playful ghost, known to close doors behind people, make the birdbath water bubbly and frothy, and walk around with audible footsteps. His apparition ...

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    Hawley House Bed and Breakfast

    Jonesborough, Tennessee

    76.5 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    The inn has seen a lot of changes and additions over the years, but the original building is from 1793. It is said to be haunted by the spirits of "ladies of the night" who may have worked here in the past. Witnesses have heard their voices on the second ...

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    Historic Eureka Inn

    Jonesborough, Tennessee

    76.6 miles from Tazewell County, VA

    At this historic inn originally built in 1797 an used as a boardinghouse and sequester house for jurors, witnesses have reported seeing shadowy ghost figures and hearing unexplained footsteps and voices.