Night at Old South Pittsburg
2016: ALL-NIGHT GHOST HUNT 6:00 PM - 6:00 AM
South Pittsburg, Tennessee
Join American Hauntings at One of the Most Haunted Places in the
||Night at Old South Pittsburg
April 23, 2016 | 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
1100 Holly Avenue, South Pittsburg, Tennessee
Are you brave enough to spend the entire night at the place that
has become known as one of the most haunted spots in the
American Hauntings as we
explore the haunted confines of the Old South Pittsburg Hospital
in Tennessee, which has been closed down since 1998. Known for the restless spirits that now
roam the abandoned wards, halls, and corridors of the old
building -- you have to decide if you're brave enough to join us
for this overnight investigation! From the days of Native
Americans to the bloody conflict of the Civil War and the
sickness and death of the hospital that once operated here, this
is not a place for the faint of heart!
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|Located at the
foothills of South Pittsburg Mountain is the crumbling remains
of South Pittsburg Municipal Hospital (SPMH), a
sixty-eight thousand square foot facility that once provided
medical care for the people of the surrounding community. Opened
in 1959 and closed down in 1998, now only the memories of
yesterday, the ruins of the past, and the hauntings of today,
remain in this eerie and forbidding place.
The history of the site dates back to the Native Americans who
once lived and died on this land, followed by the bloody days of
the Civil War, when brutal fighting occurred on the spot where
the hospital would later stand. After the war, the town once
known as "Pittsburg Landing" suffered from the hardships that
followed in the wake of the conflict. In time, though, limestone
quarries and the railroad offered new opportunities for the
locals -- but the devastating memories of war, death, and
destruction still haunted the site of the future hospital -- and
those hauntings continue today.
Even during the days when the hospital was in operation,
employees spoke of ghosts and bizarre activity. The eerie events
of that era continue today, long after it closed down for good.
It was not uncommon in the past (or present) for medicine carts,
hospital beds, and wheelchairs to move about on their own. Dark,
shadowy figures have long been seen, flickering down staircases
or across hallways. Disembodied voices are frequently heard.
When the sounds are investigated, they can be traced to no one
who is still among the living.
Apparitions are repeatedly seen, including a man who haunts the
third floor -- and has sent many investigators running for the
door! A female spirit who was allegedly once a nurse at the
hospital reportedly lingers in the basement. She has been known
to touch the living, and whisper in their ear. The ghost of a
young child often roams the hallways, simply wanting to play
with those who venture into his lonely world. There is an old
woman who dislikes the living, and another who cries for help,
weeps, moans, and hisses out warnings to those who trespass in
her former hospital room. A man who died from tuberculosis cries
out for forgiveness. An old janitor wanders the corridors, the
sound of his keys still jingling as he trudges back and forth
for eternity. And there are more...
Searching for a place where you can truly experience the other
side? Then, join us at the Old South Pittsburg Hospital, a place
where the dead never seem to be too far from the living and
where the reported encounters with the spirit world number into
the hundreds ever year. If you're brave enough to come along
with us, who know what you might experience yourself?