Ghosts of Mountain Home, Tennessee

GHOSTS OF MOUNTAIN HOME
TENNESSEE

THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

The story of the ghosts of Mountain Home, Tennessee.

Memorial Hall in Mountain Home Tennessee along with many other buildings throughout Mountain Home is believed to be haunted. The Memorial Hall, which is the theater, is known for having a white shadow in the shape of a human float across the stage. Sound of all kinds such as raps, loud popping and squeaks are often heard by visitors. Some say it is just because it is an old building while others believe it is ghosts.

Others have seen a large man in a World War I full dress uniform can be walking down the street in front of building five. As the description goes, he is misty looking and is floating about six inches above the ground.

Right next to Building Five is the gallery of the library building. Here a man died of a heart attack while enjoying his favorite pastime reading. Another tale is that a man jumped off the top of the gallery of the library committing suicide. No one really knows which story is true only that a man haunts the library.

The duck pond that can be found below the new domiciliary building is haunted by a man that drowned. Visitors have reported seeing him arise from the water, look around and then disappear into the water again.

A man stabbed himself with a pair of scissors in Ward A of Building three and died. It is believed that it is his ghost that haunts Ward A.

If you venture off to the Quillen Medical School and just left of the administration building you may, if you are lucky, find an abandoned pond and the ghost of a young child. If you look closely you can see the shallow pond that one time held fish, only today there is nothing but an impression. The child fell into the pond while his father was fishing and drowned. The father ordered the pond drained after his son drowned. Today, many have heard the cries of a child crying for help in the direction of where the pond once was.


Ghosts of Mountain Home, Tennessee

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