Harrison, Tennessee - Harrison Bay
There is supposedly a cabin not far from the bay in the woods. there was a couple of people murdered in the cabin. The caretaker of the cabin was an albino man. They said that he was the murderer. It is said that you can see red eyes in the woods moving. Not like someone is walking but as if they were floating. They say that the albino is named pasty...
Harrogate, Tennessee - Lincoln Memorial - Grant-Lee Dormitory
In the mid 1800's,when the university was the Four Seasons Hotel, a fire broke out in the sanitarium, which is now Grant-Lee Dormitory, burning the building to the ground. All survived except for a woman, who was wearing a red dress, and her child, on the forth floor. In the 1960's a fire broke out again, and once again the building was burned to the ground. Witnesses say they saw a lady standing in a forth floor window, wearing a red dress, shouting for help. The sounds of someone up the stairs to the forth floor can sometimes be heard still, and some still claim to see the lady run down the hall to her child's room.
Harrogate, Tennessee - Lincoln Memorial University - LP Dorm
A foreign exchange student reported being held down by an unknown force and talked to in a very rapid voice in English on three separate occasions. The student could not understand what was said due to the rapid speech.
Harrogate, Tennessee - Lincoln Memorial University - Radio Station
The apparition of the man in black has been seen.
Hendersonville, Tennessee - Ellis Middle School
Formerly Hendersonville High School, this school is reputed to be haunted by a phantom known as "The Colonel." A former night cleaning staff working at night have heard his footsteps walking the upstairs hall when the place was supposed to be empty and another person has seen a figure lurking in the windows of the library on the second floor. The round structure was built with a lot of steel which might account for the nature of the sounds and haunting.
Hendersonville, Tennessee - Hendersonville High School
Stories go that Colonel Barry (who used to own the property) haunts the high school. Staff and custodial staff often heard extra footsteps and the fire doors would open and shut, as if somebody opened them to walk through. A teacher was once sitting in the bleachers watching cheerleading practice below and she heard (and felt) footsteps coming up to her, but nobody was there. She called practice off and refused to go in the bleachers at night.
Hendersonville, Tennessee - Trinity Broadcasting Theatre
Often a man with long black hair dressed in black can be seen walking up behind you. When you turn around you see no one is there. There are always sounds in the theatre.
Henry, Tennessee - Hanging Hill
This is a hill where hangings used to take place. there is a tree branch that stretches across the road where the hangings occurred. park under the branch, turn the vehicle off, and turn the light out, and you will witness a light in the distance. That is the people that are coming to watch the hanging.
Henry - Springville, Tennessee
This is in a small neighborhood town. It's on a side road. There is a little drive off of the side road (it is a dirt road) that goes back into fields, but on each side there is lots of tress, but now they keep it chained up. A lot of years ago, a man was hung down there and they say his spirit still haunts this place. When you drive down the road you have to go all the way until you come to a dead end. You will see a lantern swinging in the mist like as if someone has it walking towards you. Sometimes your car will not start. The owner of the property was not responsible if anything happened to anyone. Still to this day the Springville Ghost exists.
Hickory Valley, Tennessee - Ames Plantation
It is said that on the Ames Plantation, strange noises and visions are not uncommon. Sometimes late in the evening, you can hear what is said to be slaves singing and working. It is also the location of quiet a few suicides. A woman and a little girl dressed in old-fashioned clothes are the most common spirits there - the owner of the plantation's wife and daughter?