Southern Ghost Stories: Murfreesboro, Spirits of Stones River (Paperback)
In the 19th century Murfreesboro, Tennessee was not only ravaged by fire and cholera, the town was the unexpected epicenter of the Civil War where three battles took place in the area. Lurking underneath the town square and stately antebellum mansions lies a complicated history of the paranormal and unexplained. From controversial Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest, who stormed the courthouse, to deadly fires that reduced buildings on the square to a smoldering rubble, Murfreesboro is filled with countless spirits. Some of the entities in these stories are friendly, while others are quite restless and mischievous. With each ghostly tale, Southern Ghost Stories: Murfreesboro, Spirits of Stones River invites you to explore the town square to see what you might find.