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Keith Mansion Bed and Breakfast - Athens TN Real Haunts

  • 110 Keith Ln.
  • Athens, TN
  • (423) 745-6619
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This inn, which was previously open as the "Woodlawn Bed and Breakfast," was built in 1858 and is said to be the home of a ghost Civil War soldier. During the war, the inn was taken over by troops, and it is believed that the soldier died on the grounds. Reports have said that voices can be heard, as well as objects seen moving on their own.
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  • My family lived there. It is NOT haunted

    We owned the house from 1986-1992. It is NOT haunted. I'm sure many civil war soldiers died there, because (common knowledge if you grew up in Athens) it was used at one time as a hospital during the war. There are LOTS of interesting facts about the house. Being haunted is NOT one of them.

    Posted 3/22/17

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