The Inn at Hunt-Phelan - Memphis TN Haunted Place
- 533 Beale St.
- Memphis, TN
The Inn was built around 1830 and is rumored to be haunted by a servant of the Hunts, the former owners. Before the Hunts left the home in 1873 to escape a yellow fever epidemic, they put a chest of gold into their servant, Nathan Wilson's hands. Nathan was later found dead of yellow fever in the home shortly after, with a shovel at his side and muddy boots. He had tried to bury the gold so it was kept safe, and no one knows where. To this very day, the spirit of a man in 19th-century attire can be seen, and he appears desperate to convey his message to those who will listen.
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i"ve work at the end from 2006 to 2010..and yes i had some experience's with some things...like one time i was cleaning the condons, i put my cleaning caddy on the edge of the bed so said let me put it a little in the middle so it would not tip over, so i go clean the bathroom.all of a sudden i hear a crash my caddy was on the floor, and as i was cleaning in the manison..i was upstairs getting rags together..i laid them on a table went to start laudry came back for my rags they were gone, i walked around trying to find when i came back they were there..thats just some...Posted 2/21/18
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