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November 28, 2022

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Lotz House Hosts Winter Ghost Tour

Ghost Tours Aren’t Just for Halloween.

Do cries from the after life get your gears going? Then head to the Lotz House for a ghost tour on Saturday, February 26 at 6 p.m. All sorts of mysterious happenings have been transpiring at the historic home for years. Visitors can experience Civil War spirits and other unexplained phenomenon that haunt the historic home during the ghost tour. Additionally, the Lotz House is featured regularly on the Travel Channel’s “Haunted Live” as well as “The Most Terrifying Places in America.”

Visitors will be warmed up by the house’s strange inhabitants, says the Lotz House executive director.
“These tours are unique in terms that evidence and stories are shared about specific ghosts and goblins that inhabit the Lotz House and the battlefield of Franklin,” Thomas Cartwright says. “Visitors will get their blood boiled to help get them through a cold February night.”

Mysteries surrounding a ghost tour

Situated at the Battle of Franklin’s  epicenter, The Lotz House witnessed untold bloodshed during the Civil War. Moreover, the traumatic past and the unexplained phenomena seen by many of The Lotz House’s visitors led to the home being dubbed the “second-most terrifying place in America” by the Travel Channel. The strange happenings that take place at the home include a woman crying out for a loved one, a little girl staring out the window and ordinary items that just won’t stay put.

The guided 90-minute ghost tour begins at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday, February 26. Call 615-790-7190 for reservations. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children ages 7 – 13.