This rare Travel Channel footage gives us a look into Loretta Lynn's plantation home in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee which has been deemed haunted.
Lynn and her husband Oliver aka Doo found the property back in 1960, and felt it would be a perfect fit for their ever growing family. Just over 70 miles outside of Nashville, the old plantation home was perfect for Lynn while she was constantly of tour and recording music. Little did they know at the time, The Hurricane Mills plantation was just as full of history as it was ghosts.
For the entire Lynn family, living at the Hurricane Mills plantation was mostly a positive experience, sprinkled with haunting memories. There have been many encounters to report, some from Lynn's children, a few from staff, and even visitors touring the property. In one instance, a tour guide touched a frame on the staircase wall, and a figure of a man appeared behind her. When guests below her noticed the man, she was then pushed down the stairs.
The ghosts that appear on the property are described as confederate soldiers, and one in particular is responsible for the entire creation of the plantation. James T. Anderson was a former owner of the plantation, and patriarch of a prominent Tennessee family. He was responsible for many of the renovations on the property, and just can't seem to let go. Lynn believes he looks after the house and her, protecting land that he believes is still his own.
The haunted plantation is a popular destination for many of Lynn's fans, with a full RV park, swimming pool, museum, and even an exact replica of her childhood "Butcher Holler" home. There is a lot to see on this property, and even more chilling stories. Watch the video below to hear more about this haunted Tennessee plantation.
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