Nashville Haunted Handbook

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Clerisy Press, Sep 13, 2011 - Travel - 256 pages
Nashville Haunted Handbook is the second book in the new Haunted Handbook line within the popular America's Haunted Road Trip series. The Haunted Handbooks are city-specific travel guides to nearly one hundred places within a major city.

Each of the places in Nashville Haunted Handbook is presented in a two-page spread that includes directions, a brief history, details about how the place is haunted, and advice on visiting the place. Each spread also includes one or two photos. The places are organized into sections, including schoolhouses, roads and bridges, hotels and inns, and others.

Nashville Haunted Handbook is written with the ghost enthusiast in mind. All 100 chapters contain information on the history as well as the haunting surrounding each location, as well as detailed directions on how to locate each site. Many of the chapters also contain insider information that only a local would know, making it easier for ghost hunters to investigate.
 

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Contents

Belle Meade Plantation
34
Belmont Mansion
36
Buchanan Log House
38
Carnton Plantation
40
Carter House
43
Clover Bottom Mansion
46
Cragfont
48
The Hermitage
50
Walking Horse Hotel
138
Zierra Myst
140
ROADS AND PARKS
143
Adams Railroad Crossing
144
Centennial Park
146
Chapel Hill Ghost Lights
148
Dead Mans Curve at Demonbreun
151
Dutchmans Curve
153

Lotz House
52
Oaklands Historic House Museum
54
Rattle and Snap Plantation
57
Rippavilla Plantation
59
Roy Acuff House
62
Sam Davis Home
64
SmithTrahern Mansion
66
Sunnyside Mansion
68
Travellers Rest Plantation
70
Two Rivers Mansion
72
BARS AND RESTAURANT
75
Battle Ground Brewery andRestaurant
76
Beer Sellar
78
Buffalo Billiards
80
Captain Ds
82
Flying Saucer
84
Grecians Greek and Italian
86
Hard Rock Cafe
88
McDonalds
90
McFaddens Restaurant and Saloon
92
McNamaras Irish Pub
94
he Melting Pot
96
Merchants Restaurant
98
Mulligans Irish Pub
100
Past P erfect
102
Pats Hermitage Cafe
104
Red Rose Coff ee House and Bistro Building
106
Riverfront Tavern
108
Tootsies Orchid Lounge
110
STORES AND HOTELS
113
Congress In
114
Cuzs Antiques Center
116
Dillards at The Mall at Green Hills
118
Drake Motel
120
Ernest Tubb Record Shop
123
Fate Sanders Marina
125
Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center
127
Lawrence Record Shop
130
Lebanon Premium Outlets
132
Roberts Western World
134
Union Station Hotel
136
Edwin Warner Park
156
Florence Road Railroad Crossing
158
Fort Negley
161
Gallatin Town Square
163
Music Row
165
Printers Alley
167
Sanders Ferry Park
169
Shys Hill
171
Slaughter Pen at Stones River National Battlefield
173
Two Rivers Golf Course
175
Two Rivers Parkway
177
White Screamer of White Bluff
179
Whites Creek Pikes Devils Elbow
181
Wickham Stone Park
183
MISCELLANEOUS
187
Athenaeum Rectory
188
Austin Peay State University
190
Bell Witch Cave
192
Cumberland University
195
Downtown Presbyterian Church
197
Ellis Middle School
199
Fourth Avenue Parking AreaAlley
201
Grand Ole Opry House
203
umeFogg High School
205
Nashville Public Library
207
Old Tennessee State Prison
209
Palace Theater
211
Rock Castle
213
Ryman Auditorium
215
St Marys Catholic Church
218
SunTrust Mortgage Services
220
Tennessee State Capitol
222
Tennessee State Museum
225
Chapters Organized Geographically
227
Daytripping or in this case Nighttripping
230
Paranormal Investigation Groups
232
A Handful of Haunted Locations a Little More Than an Hour Away
236
Location Checklist
241
About the Authors
247
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About the author (2011)

Jeff Morris achieved his degree in English from the haunted Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and spent the early part of his career as an English instructor at a college in Cincinnati. While teaching, Jeff became interested in the ghost stories in the Cincinnati area. In 2005, he started working with his brother, Michael Morris, on their first book, Haunted Cincinnati and Southwest Ohio, which was published in June of 2009 by Arcadia Publishing. Beyond the book, Jeff has become very involved in the paranormal field in the Midwest. In 2006 he and his brother founded Miamitown Ghost Tours, which continues to run year round. In 2009, they joined a paranormal investigation group called CAPER (Cincinnati Area Paranormal Existence Research), and they started an online radio show called "Miamitown Ghost Talk.” In the fall of 2010, both Jeff and Michael published Cincinnati Haunted Handbook. He lives in Cincinnati.

Garett Merk attended college at the University of Dayton and earned a degree in Computer Engineering. He joined the US Navy in late 2004. While in the Navy he had the opportunity to investigate several places in the Southern/Central California area. Garett is the founder of the Tri-State Paranormal and Oddities Observation Practitioners (TriPOOP). He enjoys research and investigations of haunted locations in an effort to capture undisputable evidence of the paranormal. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Donna Marsh has been ghost hunting and investigating paranormal locations for well over ten years. As one of the founders of the American Paranormal Society, she helps lead a team of paranormal investigators, as they travel around the southeast checking out claims of ghosts and hauntings. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her children and two dogs.

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