This Bar Is Nashville’s Oldest And Most Haunted Bars

If you know me, you know I'm all about haunted stuff! I'm pretty pumped that I'm getting to go on my first paranormal investigation with the crew at Gateway Paranormal very soon! More than likely I'll probably freak out, but I'm super pumped!!

Well, I'm here to tell you about another haunted place you can visit everyday here in Nashville. Let me introduce you to the Flying Saucer that is located downtown.

The Flying Saucer has more than 80 types of beer on tap and 120 flavors available in bottles. Now, you're probably thinking, how is this place haunted right?? Well, here's the story about the location of where the Flying Saucer is located.

You see Union Station is where most of the young men in this state of Tennessee left when they had to report for duty during World War II. This is also the place where a lot of injured and dying people were taken during the Great Train Wreck of 1918 at Dutchman's Curve once the hospitals had reached their capacity.

Although, I've been here many of times, I've never experienced any paranormal activity, but some say they have seen ghosts and noticed things. Either way, the Flying Saucer is also a great place for a date night or grabbing drinks with friends.

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