Lincoln Memorial University - Grant Lee Hall - Harrogate TN Real Haunts
- 201 Sigmon Way
- Harrogate, TN
- (423) 869-3611
Lincoln Memorial University is home to the historic Grant Lee Hall dormitory. The university was once part of a hotel that caught fire in 1904. The fire killed a woman and her child on the fourth floor and her ghost has been seen in a red dress. Her ghost was seen again in the 1950's when the building caught fire a second time. Reports state that she was seen at the fourth-floor window screaming for help. Footsteps have also been heard on the stairs, along with knocks on the doors and doorknobs turning by themselves.
I am a junior at LMU and have had my fair share of scary experiences. Avery- one of our educational building on campus is known to have footsteps all over the third floor when no one is there late at night (im there late usually working on projects.) Not only that, but In my personal dorm, I've had my lighthbulbs shattered, my doors knocked open and shut, power cut, I'ev heard distict breathing noises and other creepy feelings of people watching me. The campus is equally beautiful and terrifying ass there is historical value relating back to the civil war. Not only that, but LMU also was once the biggest hotel in America - The Four Seasons- and though it is gone and past the underground infrastructure still remains with tunnels and rooms under the main part of campus.Posted 11/18/19
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