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Historic Eureka Inn - Jonesborough TN Real Haunted Place

  • 127 W. Main St.
  • Jonesborough, TN
  • (423) 913-6100
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The Historic Eureka Inn was built back in 1797 and was once used as a boardinghouse and sequester house for jurors. Reports have said that shadowy ghost figures can be seen along with unexplained footsteps and voices.
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  • No harm done! Busy night!

    My sister and I were staying on the wing alone ! During the night we heard people strolling up and down the hallway! Woke up hearing bangs went out into the hallway,nobody was even in the room across the hall! Inn keeper told us there was no one on that wing but ya! The during the night something kept tugging on my sisters nightgown! The next night to Inn was full as per the Innkeeper. The wing was silent!!!

    Posted 12/17/18

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