Nashville, Tennessee - Congress Inn
Early one Saturday morning in 1987 a visitor was awaken by someone sitting on the back of their legs at their knees, they were unable to turn over for maybe 10 to 15 seconds. They later ask some locals if they knew of any thing like that happening before, They were told that the motel office had been used for a hospital in the civil war, and that at one time the fighting was so severe that they had to bury their dead by cementing them in the walls of the basement.
Nashville, Tennessee - Old Donelson Hospital
The old Donelson Hospital was one of the oldest hospitals in Nashville until it closed down over a decade ago. It is now used for storage for current hospitals and doctor's offices. It has been reported by various people who have had to enter the hospital for supplies that at anytime, day or night, once the doors close behind you numerous screams and moans can be heard as well as footsteps and clanging on the walls. Once you get closer to the old psych ward high energy can be felt and extreme chills even in the middle of summer with no air conditioning running throughout the building.
Nashville, Tennessee - Hawkins House
A poltergeist inhabited this house for a time.
Nashville, Tennessee - The Hermitage
Home to President Andrew Jackson. Several Caretakers have reported seeing slaves gathered on the front balcony of the mansion in front of Jackson's bedroom window.
Nashville - Madison, Tennessee - Duff's Smorgasbord
Stories of strange sounds and activity, they generally occur in either the morning or at night when the restaurant is closed and there were only a few employees (1-4) there. These strange sounds usually came in the form of crashing pans or stock, as though something had fallen in the back. Other employees claimed to have heard the sound women laughing as though they were above them in the air. Duff's Smorgasbord Experience Ocotber 2004 update: has since been Closed down.
Nashville, Tennessee - Market Street Pub and Brewery
Located at Market Street on Second Avenue in downtown Nashville is currently a restaurant and bar. when the establishment has been empty (with the exception of the eyewitness, and on occasion, two or three others). There are stories of chairs moving across the dining room floor, seemingly of their own accord, light fixtures swinging in the absence of a draft or an open window (as well as lights going off by themselves, only to come back on when commanded to do so by a human), and people just feeling eerily uncomfortable when alone in the building.
Nashville, Tennessee - Opryland
Hank Williams has been seen by a construction worker who got locked in and explored the building and saw Hank, and another singer was practicing one of Hank's songs and all the lights went out in the middle of the song.
Nashville, Tennessee - Opryland Hotel
There is said to be a ghost at the Opryland Hotel, it is a lady that will come down the corridors late at night. There has been strange things been happening there, especially on the 3rd shift. Some says they have seen her.
Nashville, Tennessee - Two Rivers Mansion and Golf Course
People walking in the mansion and items disappearing. Lights turning off and on. Witnesses report fellings like you are being watched, and if its really quiet you can hear foot steps following you around. It is known to be a litter of civil war bodies under the ground. Also known for a Indian burial ground. In the process of building the golf course there were Indian and civil war artifacts found underground. Rumor is that there
was an old house that was at the very back of the golf course that was torn down along time ago that there was an old man that lived in it that buried his money under ground and if you go up there late at night you can hear him opening his jars of money that were found during the destruction of the house.
Nashville, Tennessee - Wilowen Poltergeist
The house is said to be haunted buy an evil entity that is very abusive to who ever lives there for any length of time. It is said a disgruntled old man that live there is angry that someone else may be in his home. Full classical haunted house, by whom or what is still to be determined.