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But it was Baker's father, Dr. Harvey Baker, who was killed in a second-floor bedroom. Perhaps both their spirits remain.
Baker was rumored to have Confederate sympathies. He treated wounded Rebels; his son was fighting for the South. When Union soldiers came to his home, Dr. Baker barricaded himself in an upstairs bedroom. They shot through the door and killed him. After the war Abner Baker killed the man he thought responsible for his father's death. Abner was arrested, but a mob took him from Knoxville's jail on Sept. Abner's body was buried in the First Presbyterian Church cemetery but, according to the legend, his spirit roamed. For years, the story is that his ghostly body could be sometimes seen, still swinging from his tree gallows.
When the tree was cut down in s, Abner's spirit must have gone west on Kingston Pike to the family house. Unexplained noises, whistling, voices and laughter have been heard there. The house's second floor has, in the past, been a restaurant, bar or jazz club. Managers of those establishments reported glasses flying from racks, lights turning on or off unexpectedly and objects falling off shelves.
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Knoxville's most famous ghost may be just passing through. Does the ghost of country music legend Hank Williams walk the floor of the former Andrew Johnson Hotel? Williams spent some of his last hours at the S. His chauffeur drove the singer in his blue Cadillac convertible to the hotel New Year's Eve Williams was headed to a Canton, Ohio, appearance. Williams wasn't doing well. He'd been drinking. At some point a Knoxville doctor gave the year-old singer two shots of morphine and vitamin B A few hours after he checked in, Williams left.
He was carried to the car and placed in the back seat. Hours later, he was declared dead in Oak Hill, West Virginia. The ruling was he'd died in the car's backseat. But legends grow around legends. Some theorized Williams died at the Andrew Johnson and that was his body that was carried out.
Through the years stories have been told of Williams' spirit walking the building's halls. If it's Hank, he's a roaming spirit. A woman dressed in black staring from an upstairs window. A Revolutionary War soldier walking by a downstairs window. Sounds of happy — and unseen — children. Ghost stories have surrounded the Ramsey House at Thorngrove Pike for years.
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In the early 20th century, the house stood open and abandoned. The Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities rescued the limestone home in and restored it. While the house was empty, people chanced spending the night there. A News Sentinel article chronicled some of their experiences.
They heard religious music being sung.
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One group saw a hearse drawn by four black horses circle the house. Several original buildings have been reported as haunted. Ghosts who snore, ghosts who weep and ghosts who might appear by a visitor's bedside are part of Rugby legends. From the start, life here wasn't easy. An typhoid epidemic killed seven. The colony's Tabard Inn burned down in ; its replacement burned in Rugby hosts an annual October "Ghostly Gathering. There's dinner and a candle and oil lamp tour of historic buildings and perhaps their ghosts.
Information is at historicrugby. Appearing like an isolated stone fortress, the former Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary has the look of a place for ghosts.
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