Fairvue - Isaac Franklin Plantation - Real Gallatin Haunted Place
Fairvue, also known as the historic Isaac Franklin Plantation, was built in 1832. Isaac Franklin was a successful slave trader who sold about 1,200 enslaved people into the Southwest region. He earned almost $1,000,000 in his lifetime. For the next several years, the plantation changed hands and then was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1977. The area was later evolved into a golf course community, with this, the National Historic Landmark title was withdrawn in 2005. The grounds are rumored to be haunted, presumably by some of the slaves that were involved with Franklin's dealings.
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