For your fall vacation in the Smoky Mountains, consider visiting some of the haunted locations Tennessee has to offer. Whether you are visiting popular towns such as Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge, the Smoky Mountains has plenty of frights to offer.One great place to visit is the Greenbrier Inn Restaurant in Gatlinburg. There you just might see the ghost of a young woman named Lydia, whose life came to a tragic end when she was left standing at the alter. Unknown to her, her husband to be was killed by a mountain lion on his way back from Knoxville the day before her wedding. Some have said that they have heard her walking the stairs at night and have also hear heard her crying for her long lost love. Her husband to be was buried at the White Oaks Flats cemetery in downtown Gatlinburg. It is said that Lydia can be seen walking in the cemetery to visit her loves grave.
Take a tour of haunted Gatlinburg while you are visiting and you might end up with paranormal activity in photos you take. Gatlinburg Ghost and Haunt Tour offers stops at various haunted hotels and buildings around town and includes a trip to a creepy cemetery called White Oak Flats built in 1830 that offers plenty of thrills and chills.
When you are looking to book a cabin with Timber Tops look for a cabin that will give you easy access to some of the spookiest places in the Smoky Mountains. Check out haunted historic sites such as the Blue Ridge Parkway and Cades Cove for some frights.
Include haunts and jaunts during your visit to the Smoky Mountains…if you dare.
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