16 Of The Spookiest Hotels In The US

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5. Prospect Hill Bed and Breakfast Inn: Mountain City, Tennessee

When it comes to the Cherokee National Forest, once home to tribes of Cherokee Indians, you’d expect the haunting to come from the Native Americans. Not the case. Instead, you’ll find a Union Army Major named Joseph Wagner who moved to this locale post his Civil War days. Today the Major lurks the Prospect Hill Bed and Breakfast Inn, leaving a lingering scent of bourbon in a guest room. Look out for a man dressed in his Union blues roaming the rooms when staying overnight in this Tennessee B&B.

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