6 Most Haunted Places in Tennessee

Tennessee can be filled with so much charm that apparently its inhabitants never want to leave, even after death.  *Cue spooky music* There are lots of ghost tales and rumored hauntings to fill anyone with a bit of ghoulish fear this Halloween season.  Why not cozy on up with a jug of apple cider (or […]

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4 Poisonous Plants to Watch Out For In the Smokies

Hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains is a glorious outdoor experience. Beauty resides everywhere you look.  With a plethora of species, it is a plant enthusiast’s heaven.  However, some plants although beautiful, can also be dangerous.  Some of the most common poisonous plants that you can come in contact with in the Smokies even exist […]

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5 Majestic Sites in the Smokies

One of the most beautiful places on Earth is the area known as the Great Smoky Mountains.  This place offers gorgeous landscapes and scenery the eye can never get weary of seeing.  Mother Nature was in a very good mood the day that she created that part of the Earth.  Splendidly changing leaves, flowing streams, […]

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5 Famous People from Tennessee Vol.1

Tennessee is home to some truly amazing people. Actors, writers, inventors and more have come from the Volunteer State.  All of whom are worth our admiration. Here are just five of the best known Tennesseans: Johnny Knoxville, MTV’s “Jackass” star, was born Phillip John Clapp in Knoxville Tennessee.  Brave enough to try hundreds of stupid, […]

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The Most Popular Wild Game in the Smokies

For a jam-packed day or weekend of hunting, don’t overlook eastern Tennessee.  With an abundance of native wildlife and acres of forests and mountains, no wonder hunting is one of the most popular activities in the Smoky Mountains.  To get you started on the right path, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency provides various licenses catered […]

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Gatlinburg’s 4th of July Midnight Parade

What is more patriotic than being the first in the country to celebrate the Fourth of July? Not much! Each year, Gatlinburg, Tennessee is the site of the first Fourth of July parade in the nation when they start the marching at 12:01 a.m. This massive festival routinely attracts between 80,000 and 100,000 spectators.  A […]

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