Memphis, Tennessee - Woodruff-Fontaine House
The "Rose Room" is haunted by Molly Woodruff whose bedroom it once was. Her picture is on the wall and she wanders the house, makes a depression in the bedclothes as if she slept there, and there are cold areas. Her most famous appearance was the day the house museum opened in the 1960's when a docent saw a woman in the bedroom who said, "My bed doesn't go there." That was the first of many such stories. Strange odars like cigar smoke have also been in evidence on the house's third floor from an unnamed visitor.
Milligan, Tennessee - Located Just Outside of Clarksville
There's a little used road in Milligan, that goes by a Civil War battlefield. Somewhere on this road, you have to drive through a river that isn't there. You can see it and hear it, but if you stand in it, you stay perfectly dry.
Millington, Tennessee - Millington Central High School
The school theater is haunted by a ghost that goes by the name of "Herky", this, however is not the person's name when she was alive.
Millington, Tennessee - The Smoke Stacks
This used to be a gunpowder factory during the world wars. Most of it is under ground and a lot of tunnels. Rumor has it that it was used by an old crazy homeless man to kill and hide his victims. The factory is off limits but you can see the stacks for miles. rumor has it the woods are haunted by the old mans victims and the tunnels are haunted by the old man himself.
Mount Juliet, Tennessee - Easter Seals Camp Lindahl
A man (Mr. Cropper) and his family who used to live, where killed when there house was set on fire on the land where the camp is now. He now haunts the camp grounds, looking for those who burnt the house, but only appears to the councilors.
Monteagle, Tennessee - Fairmont Apartments
One of the complexes at the Fairmont Apartments is haunted for unknown reasons. Many of the people living there in the past have reported hearing constant footsteps around the place at all hours. Other people have been asleep in their beds and have had the covers pulled off of their beds in the middle of the night by unseen forces. Out of all the apartments in this complex apartment 6 is believed to have the highest spiritual energies. The people that once lived in this apartment were haunted by many spirits and reported hearing their names like "the wind blowing" at late hours. Another report about this apartment was when a woman was sitting in the living room watching the TV, the room grew very cold and the numbers on the TV began to change, however the TV remained on one channel. Then shortly after she reported seeing footprints appearing in the carpet as if someone was walking across the room. Also the showers have been reported to come on by themselves.
Morristown, Tennessee - Bethesda Church and Cemetery
Reportedly the Church has spirits inside, as it was used as a hospital during the Civil War, it's boarded up and they seem trapped inside. Mass graves of Confederate soldiers are nearby, and the soldiers seem to not like visitors, especially ones with Northern accents. There exists in the cemetery, a family plot of a couple and their daughter who died on the day of her birth which is reportedly a highly active area; the sound of a woman weeping and physical manifestations are known at that grave site.
Murfreesboro, Tennessee - Stones River Battlefield
Stop number 4 is an incredible cold feeling just being there; felt cold presence at the Wilder Watch Tower.
Nashville, Tennessee - Belmont University - Belmont Mansion
Adelicia Hayes first marriage, to a wealthy businessman, lasted seven years, in which their four children all died by age eleven. In 1849, her second marriage resulted in the building of the Belmont mansion; it was built in the style of an Italian villa set in elaborate gardens. In fact, Adelicia opened the estate for the citizens of Nashville, as there was no public park available. Her second husband died in the Civil War, and their twin daughters died of scarlet fever. Her third marriage took place at Belmont Mansion. However, she sold Belmont in 1887 to move to Washington D.C. She died in D.C. later that year and was brought back to Nashville to be buried. The Belmont mansion is now the center of Belmont University and of course the mansion has strict security due to random acts of collegiate vandalism. Security guards have reported seeing Adelicia floating around and even setting off the motion detector a time or two. A psychic was secretly brought in once, and she reported that Adelicia was afraid her home wouldn't be there much longer due to the campus renovation and expansion. The psychic also said Adelicia was looking for her children. The psychic didn't know anything about Adelicia's many dead children. - January 2006 Update /Additional information: A 1999 Alumnus reports Adelicia is still around the mansion, but she never does or causes any harm. She has been seen numerous times at different places throughout the mansion and it's grounds. It has also been known and reported that on more than one occasion, she has set off the motion detectors in the middle of the night or other times the buildings are empty, and the security office has to go check things out and re-set the alarms. During any expansions or renovations, the trustees as well as those in charge at Belmont are very careful not to disturb or mess up anything related the Mansion, as it is a historical landmark as well as Adelicia's home. (A lot of the original furnishings and artwork are displayed in the mansion.) The University was an all girls college for many years. One of it's most famous graduates was Grand Ole Opry star Sarah Cannon, a.k.a. Minnie Pearl.
Nashville, Tennessee - Capitol Records Building
At the turn of the century, Jacob Schnell created the most grandiose mansion in Nashville, but his daughters were miserably snubbed by the city's elite. After his death, his daughters allowed the once great house to crumble and deteriorate into ruin while they lived inside it. After they died, the house was knocked down and capitol records built on the site. After building was completed, employees reported they thought the ghosts of the daughters were still around walking the halls, moving things, locking doors and playing with equipment. A psychic visited the place and claimed the house was full of a great sadness.