Three Ways to Have a Ghostly Good Time
Have you ever heard of the Gatlinburg Witch? Did you know that Gatlinburg is home to a number of “spirited” folk, many of whom still remain after hundreds of years? If you want to learn more, sign up for one, or all three, of the interesting guided tours provided by the folks below.
From the earliest settlers and Native Americans to more recent apparitions, you’ll hear true tales and historical facts during these nightly, lantern-led walks featuring “Mystery, History, and Adventure in the Smokies.”
Take a mysterious journey back in time to when settlers, famous pioneers, loggers, soldiers, and other residents may still reside. You’ll see and learn about events and sightings of Gatlinburg’s past. All of these are true, but some feature a touch of the macabre.
Featuring eerie evening tours of a centuries-old cemetery, along with some of the local “haunted” hotels and other structures, this leisurely walking tour combines legends, historic facts, and tales of the weird and unexplained, along with possible ghost sightings.