Tennessee is the perfect state for those who want a great outdoor adventure. With the number of trails, mountains and even haunted spots, you should never have a boring weekend ever again. This haunted tunnel in Tennessee is sure to give you a few spooks and get your blood pumping as you go through it.
The Sensabaugh Tunnel is located in Churchill, Tennessee and has been around since the 1920s. This is allegedly one of the most haunted places in the entire state, and those with a weak heart shouldn't go through it.
If you don't want to wait until October to experience some scary and spooky places, you can visit this one all year round.
There have been multiple occurrences of paranormal activity throughout the years, but you'll just have to go see for yourself to see if the rumors are true.
The tunnel is completely dark with just little bits of light coming in from the entrance and exit, which makes it even more creepy.
You can find this spot in the North East corner of Tennessee, so if you're driving south, you're more than likely to hit this tunnel or make a small detour to make sure you go through it.
You'll see that it's worth the extra 10 minutes to swerve through and experience it just once.
The outside of the tunnel has been overrun by graffiti, but it gives it character and makes for some pretty awesome photos.
According to locals and tourists that have gone through the tunnel, if you turn off your engine while in the middle of the tunnel, you'll start seeing paranormal things happen.
This choice is up to you depending on how freaked out you want to be.
There are many legends that surround this tunnel and honestly, they're all pretty freaky.
A few people say that back in the day a man tried to rob Ed Sensabaugh's (creator of the tunnel) home and fled with his baby instead. He apparently threw the baby into a pool by the tunnel and the pool is now called Crybaby Pool.
Another legend says that Ed Sensabaugh is the one who haunts the tunnel. He killed his entire family one night and then took his own life in that very tunnel.