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Do you live near a ghost? Hear strange noises at night? Our brave editors explore the spookiest places in your neighborhood.
Updated: September 17, 2004
A young Confederate soldier is said to haunt the area around this Civil War landmark.
The sounds of battle and the voices of dying soldiers echo through this former home and Confederate hospital.
Psychics believe the reported ghosts in this building--the old home of Capitol Records--are filled with great sadness.
According to local legend, the ghost of Hank Williams once appeared to a musician practicing one of his songs.
This budget hotel was a Civil War hospital. It may have bodies buried in its basement and spirits visiting guests.
Those around after closing have seen furniture move and lights sway when there's no draft.
Spectral travelers took up lodging after a tragic 1918 train wreck.
Nashvillians claim that the ghosts of the building's architect and commissioner, who were both buried here, can be heard arguing.