At this 1800s mansion, once used as a hospital site for Confederate soldiers and now a plantation house and museum, folks say soldiers still walk. Their apparitions have been seen, as well as that of a ghostly woman in white who has been seen on the back porch. Allegedly if you walk along the right-most row in the plantation cemetery, you’ll find the graves of two twin brothers. As you walk by you may feel one of them grabbing or tickling your ankles. Don’t be scared, they seem to do that to everyone who passes by their final resting spot!
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- 1345 Carnton Ln
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- 35.90346870834172, -86.85862592960814
- Williamson County, Tennessee
- Nearest Towns:
- Franklin, TN (1.6 mi.)
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