Rugby, Tennessee - Kingstone Lisle Inn
This is the home of "The snoring ghost", can only be entered during the tour. This is the house that Thomas Hughes, founder of Rugby, built for his mother, there are at least two. His mother and one they call "the snoring ghost". He likes to pull the blankets back on the bed and evidently you can hear him snoring.
Rugby, Tennessee - The Library
The Library still has the original first edition books that were brought over, including those from Thomas Hughes himself. They say that the curator is still there overlooking his books and his dog is still trying to get out the door at night.
Rugby, Tennessee - Newbury House Inn
There are a few. One is of a man that killed his wife thinking she had cheated on him, then killed himself. He was a nasty man.
Russellville, Tennessee - Morristown Block
The business known as Morristown Block was originally known as The Vaughn Block Company, which formed in the 1930s. In the mid-60s, the company secretary, who was engaged in a romantic affair with the owner apparently committed suicide in the front office. Actually, it was widely assumed that Mr. Vaughn killed the secretary who was also his sister in law because of a possible pregnancy. People who have worked late in the office have been known to hear a struggle between a man and a woman and then a silence. Persons living across the street from the block company in the house formerly owned by the secretary have reported the presence of a woman who could be described as looking like Mr. Vaughn's secretary. The spirit is not said to be evil, but very watchful, especially when the seasons change.
Sale Creek, Tennessee - Shipley Hollow in Sale Creek
For over a hundred years, a glowing white figure has haunted the small road stretching from the Mill Dam on Daughtery Ferry Road, right off of Highway 27, and continues through Shipley Hollow Road. This white figure has been said to have uninvited joined many hay and horseback rides.
Scarce Creek, Tennessee - Scarce Creek Bridge
Well the story on this creepy bridge that a long time ago a women got hit by a car and she took the blow so bad it snapped her neck and her head went flying off and if you want to see her go to the bridge at midnight with a full moon and come to a complete stop and do three steps step# 1 honk your horn 3 times step# 2 walk around your car 5 times step# 3 roll your window up and if your wondering how we came across the steps well heres the answer the people that hit her honked the horn three times and they never stopped so they hit her then they stopped and rolled the window down and looked out then they got out and walked around the car 5 time thinking about what there were going to do then they got back in the car and rolled up the window and left.
Scott County, Tennessee - Scott County Hospital
The ghost of a hospital psychiatric patient who dove off the end of a bed and killed herself is said to ride the elevators to the nursery to see the newborn babies. Her name is Cora and she opens doors and knocks items off of shelves. There was a report of someone seeing a woman walking onto the elevator near the nursery. They yelled for her to hold the elevator doors and when they walked into the elevator there was no one there.
Sequatchie County, Tennessee - Grayson Manor
The house of General Grayson is a very hot topic in Marion County, but house has now been torn down and trespassers are never welcomed on any private property without permission from the owners. Please DO NOT trespass on private property. This message is at the request of the owners of the former Grayson Manor.
Sevierville, Tennessee - Old Bluff Mountain Hotel Site
Apparitions and voices, a feeling of dread have been reported. - October 2003 Update - Popular in the 1920's. What few people know about is the old cemetery a couple hundred feet off the trail leading to the bluffs. Reason enough, some would say to see a few spirits. The thing dates back to the 1790's when the bluffs were used as a look out point for the continental army, watching for Indians along the trade route, from North Carolina to what was the lost state of Franklin(now Tennessee). A small post was there and they were attacked by a rouge band of the peaceful Cherokee. Most were slaughtered in there sleep.
Sevierville, Tennessee - The Old Eledge House
It is said that Mr. Eledge died of a heart attack in the house and has haunted the place since it had happened. The lights flicker on and off at night and noises are heard throughout the house. The noises are of Mr. Eledge and his children talking and laughing. The basement of the house is haunted by ghost of his children.