Join me on a journey through Tennessee's mysterious and haunted past! Each season will be comprised of ten episodes you don't want to miss. You'll hear about some of the volunteer state's more famous and lesser known hauntings, and learn the local lore behind the legend. I am your host, Lyle Russell, and this is Tennessee Ghosts and Legends!
S2-Episode 3: My Personal Paranormal Experiences
In this episode, I'll share with you some of my personal stories of my experiences with the paranormal when I was a child in Florida, and then as an adult in Tennessee. These personal experiences are the foundations of why I do this podcast and why I believe in the paranormal. Enjoy!
S2-Episode 2: The Legend of the Tennessee Pygmies
In this episode, we’ll explore a folk tale that has endured in Tennessee history since the early 1800s, where farmers in White County discovered hundreds of graves under their crop fields. Allow me to introduce you to the archeological mystery of the Tennessee Pygmy tribe.
S2-Episode 1: The Bleeding Mausoleum
Cleveland, Tennessee is home to a strange legend of the tragedy of young Nina Craigmiles and the white mausoleum her father built for her. The legend says the white marble stones bleed red. Listen in to learn about the legend as TNG&L launches into season two!
S1-Episode 10: The Bell Witch of Robertson County
In the early 1800's John Bell and his family were tormented by a witch that took up residence at their cabin in Red River, Tennessee. Why did the witch hate John Bell so much? And what about his young daughter, Betsy? Join me for a jaunt through Tennessee's most famous haunting, The Bell Witch.
S1-Episode 9: The Shelby Forest Pigman
What is haunting the bridge on Shakerag Road to the west of Millington, Tennessee? An old munitions factory from World War II my hold the answer to the bizarre tale of the Shelby Forest Pigman.
S1-Episode 8: Pink Lizzy and the Mystery Jar
On today’s episode, we’ll travel to the Home of the Blues and the Birthplace of Rock-n-Roll to explore a peculiar, haunted tale that includes a startling apparition, seances, an untimely robbery, and an old musty jar full of treasure. The event took the entire city by storm, giving everyone "ghost fever" as the odd circumstances unfolded. Allow me to introduce you to one of Memphis’s most famous ghost stories, Pink Lizzie and the Mystery Jar.
Great story teller
In the early 2000’s, myself and some family members decided to drive down to see if the story of the chapel hill ghost light was true since we only lived about 25 minutes away. It was late in the fall and about 9 at night, we pulled off in a corn field just outside chapel hill. Walking down the tracks for about an hour we decided to turn around. We had to get off the track earlier because a train was coming. On the way back to our car I looked off in the distance and seen a light in what I assumed was another train. I panicked and yelled out to my family to get off the tracks, to my astonishment it wasn’t a train but a light that looked like it was floating side to side. I was speechless because skeptical of the light. Till this day I’m not sure what we seen but it was unexplainable
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