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Wheatland Plantation - Sevierville TN Real Haunted Place

  • 2507 Boyd's Creek Hwy
  • Sevierville, TN
  • 865-365-1052
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Located off Boyd's Creek Highway, The Wheatland Plantation is an 1820 Federal Style home that was built around a large geode by a Freemason. The plantation has witnessed over 70 murders and deaths within its walls, while its grounds were home to battles of both the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. There were an estimated 28 Cherokees that were massacred in the Battle of Boyd's Creek, who are buried in a mass grave behind the home. When you enter the parlor, you can see the bloodstains of a father who was slain by his son, which has drawn the attention of many paranormal investigation teams. The Chandler Family ghosts also linger in the hall ways of the beautiful home, which is open for tours and the occasional ghost hunt.
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