Haunted Knoxville Ghost Tours - Knoxville, TN



Patrons go on an “Investigation” with trained paranormal investigators, to real Factual “Ground Zero’s” (Researched location of traumatic happenings) , and participants are given Tools used by REAL paranormal investigators (as seen on TV).



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Extremely Entertaining Video ... Hoax or Real Thing? Doesn’t matter... it was entertaining. 😊❤️👻

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WATCH the full length Documentary at: www.blackwellghost.com **UPDATE: Due to legal matters, I am not allowed to say any more information regarding the exact...

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Real or not, it freaked me out!

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Not only a "hair raiser" but " remover". Sheeeesh!

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Holy 💩, I saw a shadow walking out of the room!

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Creepy!!! 😱😱

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So, what do you think?

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Beth Pinotti this is so scary.

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Roxanne Grande, show Dad. It’s crazy.

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Malissa

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Planning a visit to Texas? One of the Most Haunted Places in Texas.

“Magnolia Hotel was originally a two-room log cabin, built in the 1840s by the co-founder of Seguin, Texas Ranger James Campbell. After Comanches brutally ambushed him, the property was sold and transformed into a hotel.”

https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/texas/haunted-bed-and-breakfast-tx/

Planning a visit to Texas? One of the Most Haunted Places in Texas.

“Magnolia Hotel was originally a two-room log cabin, built in the 1840s by the co-founder of Seguin, Texas Ranger James Campbell. After Comanches brutally ambushed him, the property was sold and transformed into a hotel.”

www.onlyinyourstate.com/texas/haunted-bed-and-breakfast-tx/
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