Cragfont, Tennessee - The Winchester House
Built from 1798 and completed 1802. General James Winchester was a hero of the revolution, a Tennessee pioneer, and one of the founders of Memphis, Tennessee. Cragfont has reopened for the season. I can attest to strong energy levels in the master bedroom and the nursery, as well as a few other areas of the house. Be sure to stop by on a Sunday and ask Joanne for the "ghost tour."
Crossville, Tennessee - Mile Marker Ten
It has been said that if one puts their vehicle in neutral when you get to the hill your vehicle will be pushed up it. When you get out their will be handprints on the back of the vehicle. The reason is because a bus broke down with a load of kids and a semi came over the hill and hit them killing them all. The reason you are pushed over the hill is to get you out of the way of on coming traffic.
Tennessee Mountain Inn - Dandridge, Tennessee
The spirit of a little girl can be seen walking the balcony at night. She has appeared on several occasions and one lucky person caught her on film! A gentle spirit, not malevolent at all.
Decherd, Tennessee - North Junior High School
There is the spirit of a girl who haunts the school. She will call out to you, calling out your name in a pleading voice, asking for help. But when you turn to see where the voice is, there will not be anyone there. Her voice is normally heard in the afternoon and early evening.
Dover, Tennessee - Fort Donnellson National Battlefield
Said to be dead soldiers walking at night. Gun shots fired throughout the night.
Dover, Tennessee - Fort Donelson National Battlefield - Cemetery
Haunted by the ghost of Civil War infantryman Reuben Hammond, who is buried there. Reuben believes his job is to stand watch and make sure his dead comrades are safe. He's also very lonely and sad because no one talks to him. Even if you can't see him, just a simple greeting makes his day (or eternity, as it were). He'll follow you around for a while because he is just so glad of your company, and will wave from the top of the cemetery as you leave. His name is listed in the records at the Surrender House. We knew of him because he called out his name as we pulled up to park the car.
Dover, Tennessee - The Surrender House
The Surrender House in Dover, Tennessee which is part of Fort Donelson National Battlefield Park is haunted. A volunteer at site experienced some pretty odd things. A ghostly presence of a Federal Officer.
Dover, Tennessee - The Crow Home
Rumors has it that this theater located in the middle of the city is haunted by a man. The theater was once some kind of army hospital way back when. It gained publicity by local radio station... Voices and even sightings have been heard there. Right next to the Fort Donnellson National Cemetery, just below the fort, this house was used as a hospital after the battle! Now a posh bed and breakfast! you can hear doors open by themselves, and soft voices crying throughout the home!
Dry Hollow, Tennessee - Crazy George's Bridge
It is said that an old railroad worker was working on night under the bridge and he slipped and fell and got knocked out with his head on the tracks and the train decapitated him. If you go there on a rainy, stormy night you can see him walking with a lantern looking for his head.
Dyersburg, Tennessee - Dyersburg Middle School
In 1977 two teachers were murdered in the gym of the school. These two people had been having an affair and the wife found out and shot them. She was sent to an insane asylum where she died a few years later. The ghosts of these two teachers haunt the gym. - October 2004 update: Dyersburg Middle School's Gym has been torn down.They have built a new school, and the remains of the old school is still standing and is the Dyersburg City School Systems office.