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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199 Kuhn Road
Elizabethton, TN
United States

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36.3940451493167, -82.22318176924091
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

  2. Tricia Thompson  |  

    I have been to this place both during the day and at night. The creep factor is there all the time. There are no posted signs or private property signs. I have been there about 4 or 5 times and never have had any problems.

  3. Tricia Thompson  |  

    I am very sorry to share the news that 2 weeks ago someone burnt this house. The police are looking into the matter.

  4. The 3 story house that is mentioned in this post is not haunted by any means. Actually there isn’t even house there anymore. It burnt a while back and I think it may still be under investigation. All property on this road is clearly marked “no trespassing” and violators will be prosecuted.

  5. This place is literally the scariest house I’ve ever been to. Me and a friend of mine went there one night. We heard doors slamming in the house, we heard voices. We couldn’t make out the voices by ear. But we left a video camera on the table in the living room and didn’t come back for it until the next night. There was a man’s voice on the recording we got. He was talking to a woman about us. He said, they are not welcome here. The woman’s voice said, they are trying to help us. And then he screamed in this very haunting voice, they need to leave! I’m not making this up guys! I wish I still had the recordings. Also, someone slid our camera all the way to the other end of the table. You could see in the video when it happened. We could see someone sling the camera across the table, then right after it happened, we caught a glimpse of a woman. This place is VERY haunted, and whoever is still there definitely don’t like outsiders.

  6. we investigated this house in 2011 the history is interesting about a man who killed his father for the proberty I,m thinking he got out of prison in 2016 I have pic,s but will have to find them

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