The manor was built during the early 20th century, and the owner and his wife believed that as long as they worked on the property, they would never die. They eventually passed away, but many believe that their spirits still linger on the property. People have reported hearing disembodied footsteps in the house and have reported voices when no one is around. A ghostly apparition has been seen in the house and in the yard walking around, and strange lights have been seen moving around the property late at night. Motorists driving past report seeing faces at the windows of this unusual stone house.
(Submitted by Callum Swift)
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- 500 North Wright Road
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- 35.780212, -83.965285
- Blount County, Tennessee
- Nearest Towns:
- Alcoa, TN (0.8 mi.)
Maryville, TN (1.7 mi.)
Eagleton Village, TN (2.1 mi.)
Rockford, TN (3.5 mi.)
Louisville, TN (5.4 mi.)
Wildwood, TN (5.5 mi.)
Walland, TN (9.3 mi.)
Garland, TN (9.7 mi.)
Friendsville, TN (9.7 mi.)
Knoxville, TN (12.7 mi.)
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I have lived in Maryville and Alcoa all my life and I can remember my mammaw talking about the stone house when I was a little girl she said she had talked with the people that was building it she said they hauld rock from a query in whillbarrows to build it she said they had a few rocks missing in there head
Some of my dad’s family lived in there at one point a long time ago and they moved because of the paranormal activity.
Two of my family members in my dad’s side of the family lived there and we went on Mother’s Day. This was during the day and I heard a disembodied voice, disembodied footstep, a cold spot, and an abmerition going on the property in front of an open part of the stone surrounding. This is by far the creepiest thing I’ve seen.
i live bye there and i want to go there and investigate it myself and are people aloud to go in and check it out text me back on snapchat sethers900
I partied in that house in the early 80s as a teenager at one point there was 4 or 5 of us drinking bottled beer in the upstairs when out of no were there was a bottled beer picked up off the ground and smashed into the wall at other occasions me and skips and tubby went and seen things unexplainable the house was like a mile and a half from were we grew up