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7 of the Creepiest Places Near Nashville

Wheatlands Plantation

In 1825, a house fire claimed the lives of 4 young children, so its not really surprising that reports claim that "child-like" spirits roam the basement of the new house built on the land.

Carnton Plantation

The Carnton Plantation in Franklin, TN overlooks a graveyard consisting of almost 1700 fallen Confederate soldiers from a nearby bloody battle. To this day, people claim to see the ghosts of Confederate troops roaming around the property.

Tennessee State Prison

Even if you're not from Tennessee, you might recognize this one cause it was featured in The Green Mile and TWO Eric Church music videos! It was a functioning prison for nearly 100 years before it shut its doors for good. Legend has it, its still haunted by a few former inmates!

Bell Witch Cave

Back in the 1800s, a land dispute broke out between John Bell and a woman named "Kate" who promised to haunt him forever...and based on what I found, she definitely did! The family experienced some super scary sh** - knocking on the door, sounds throughout the house, etc. Eventually, John died of a "mystery" illness...aka Kate did it and now she's haunting everyone!

Sensabaugh Tunnel

No one really knows the ACTUAL story behind this tunnel, but many claim that Ed Sensabaugh, who lived near the tunnel, murdered his family and then took his own life inside the tunnel. Since then, people claim that its haunted by evil spirits and its been the go-to place for satanic rituals.

RCA Studio B

According to some, Nashville's RCA Studio B has been haunted by Elvis ever since his death. Apparently his voice can be heard softly in the background of songs recorded in the studio!

The Orpheum Theatre

Memphis's Orpheum Theatre is supposedly haunted by a young girl named Mary that died in an accident nearby. She continued to haunt the grounds even after the building burnt down in 1923 (and reopened in 1928).

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