Tennessee is filled with scary stories and haunted hallows from reports of ghosts taking in shows at the Ryman in Nashville and Memphis' Orpheum, to ghosts of soldiers and phantom gunshots at Carnton Plantation in Franklin and Shiloh Military National Park. And, of course, the Bell Witch of Adams.
What's your favorite Tennessee ghost story?
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Dazzling fall colors can be seen from Memphis to Bristol this week. Although we are about two weeks from peak season in West and parts of Middle Tennessee, our foliage in East Tennessee should be moving into peak colors next week.
The Upper Cumberland is in high color with gorgeous views around the Big South Fork area. The lower elevations are still partially green with an array of colors breaking through.
The Cherohala Skyway in Southeast Tennessee has portions of moderate and high color, which make for a breathtaking excursion.
In the Great Smoky Mountains, lower and middle elevations are stunning with brilliant reds of maple trees along with golds, yellows and oranges. Cades Cove is quite busy in the national park with heavy traffic viewing a stunning valley floor. The park service asks for visitors to be patient when traveling Cades Cove and other areas of the park with the high number of visitors. Relax, take your time and enjoy a beautiful fall that could only be Made in Tennessee.
Thanks to Instagram user, @prozach_92 for the beautiful photo.
By: Marty Marbry, Tennessee Department of Tourist Development West Tennessee Regional Manager – See more at: http://www.tnvacation.com/triptales/celebrate-25-years-of-fun-and-football-at-the-southern-heritage-classic/#sthash.monTq5Gu.dpuf By: Marty Marbry, Tennessee Department of Tourist Development...