Union Station Hotel - Nashville TN Real Haunt
- 1001 Broadway
- Nashville, TN
- (615) 726-1001
There are many rumors surrounding the famous Union Station Hotel. Some say that a train derailment and the ensuing deaths have caused ghosts to linger where their last boarding stop once was. Others have seen a spooky woman jumping from the building to her death, which is almost always associated with the reports of Room 711 beind haunted. When the hauntings are brought up to employees, they will either answer cheerfully and go on to discuss the rumors with you, or they will dismiss you abruptly. An employee admitted to seeing the balcony ghost on the third floor (the lobby floor) several times. This is the ghost that appears to jump to its death over the railing to the parking lot below.
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My stay here included staying in room 701. There was constant tapping in the bathroom which could be heard near the bed also. I got so frustrated that I yelled "stop!" and to my surprise it did. But after a couple of minutes it will start again. And again I would order for it to stop. Thinking that the first time was just a fluke , to my horror the noise stopped again.
I am currently staying in this hotel as I write this. I definitely feel and energy here that's just not normal. And by the way, the tapping continues.
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