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Morristown, Tennessee Haunted House - Frightmare Manor
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Haunted Houses in Tennessee are some of the scariest in America and in this addition we rate and review one of the best and scariest haunted attractions Tennessee. Frightmare Manor is located near Knoxville Tennessee. Tennessee has some of the scariest and best haunted houses and near Knoxville Tennessee is one of the best haunted houses in America. Hauntworld helps people all over the WORLD find haunted houses, attractions and throughout Tennessee.
Nestled at the East Tennessee foothills of the Appalachian Mountains sits a historic, intimidating property that for years has brought intense fear to people’s minds and is appropriately named Frightmare Manor. Anchoring this real 6-acre plantation is an early American, 19th century Manor that has been converted into an authentic haunted attraction experience. Over the years, Frightmare Manor has been entertaining large crowds that travel to see, smell, feel, and touch for themselves why “True Terror Exists Here”. So let’s look into what makes this such a successful event with Frightmare Manor owner Chris Wooden.
Frightmare Manor, located on the outskirts of Knoxville, TN, exists as a must-see, multi-element, indoor/outdoor, sensory attacking haunted attraction that has been consistently and repeatedly voted #1 by the Knoxville News Media. This attraction is slowly gaining national recognition as more and more people return every season. What started as a small endeavor years ago has now transformed into the ultimate Haunted Attraction in the East TN region with over 100 of the scariest haunted house monsters and performers hired annually to bring “True Terror” to this historic property. Owner Chris Wooden reflects on the process of developing the haunt, “We have poured so much work and countless resources into what Frightmare Manor has become today. The most gratifying part of owning a Haunted Attraction is seeing others have a blast and creating those unforgettable memories for our customers. We are very proud of the complete entertainment package we have developed at Frightmare Manor.” Wooden continues, “We have recently had to secure over 20 acres adjacent to our property for parking on our busiest nights. When the Fall chill rolls in and you feel the tingle in your spine, it’s time to make the pilgrimage to Frightmare Manor.”
Frightmare Manor receives year round notoriety because of its unique, historic location in sleepy Morristown, TN now presided over by its legendary, murderous inhabitant, Jeremiah Lexer. This spooky plantation had previously sat vacant on a major 4-lane highway for over a decade with no signs of life or activity. The feel and appearance of desertion played perfectly into the vision of establishing a first-class haunted attraction. As you arrive, you are greeted by an enormous Gargoyle that is 20 feet tall with red glowing eyes. Wooden explains, “For those who have been in the industry a while, you might recognize our Gargoyle entry/façade piece from the Kansas City haunt once owned by Dennis Kingslover. After that haunt’s closure, this one of a kind piece was brought here to welcome victims to the Jeremiah Lexer property… Frightmare Manor”. With the haunted manor attraction sitting so close to the Highway and the originally aged, 100 year old concrete staircase leading to the actual road, it’s no wonder that passer bys are instantly intrigued with this amazingly authentic Haunted House. Once on site, you are surrounded by 3 uniquely themed, separate, intimidating haunts, and you immediately feel that this is not a normal haunted attraction. Instantly, you realize that the level of professionalism and quality of entertainment here is something different, something authentic, something resembling TRUE TERROR.
The first attraction, The Manor, is set in the original 19th century plantation home that has survived on the property for over 125 years. Most of the original attributes inside the Manor remain untouched, including the kitchen, dining area, 3 burnt out fireplaces, original staircase, cellar, upstairs bedrooms, and many more authentic details one might find in a mansion built in the 1800’s. Nearly 50 years ago, the State laid a highway right through the plantation, leaving the Manor’s large staircase directly connected to the highway. It looks AWESOME as if luring people to the dark entrance of the Manor. With the amazing detail already existing inside the structure, efforts are made to accentuate the authentic design with tremendous lighting and enhanced props. The Manor has a very confining feel throughout, as many rooms are small, allowing the haunt actors to interact very personally with each customer, with each haunted house victim!
This attraction was built from the ground up where the old barn structures once stood on the Jeremiah Lexer plantation. Fronting the entrance of Carnivore is a 20 foot tall Gargoyle surrounded by 200’ wraparound, 16’ tall façade. Easily their biggest undertaking to date and highly visible from the highway, Carnivore inspires awe and intimidates all at once. A hybrid of an indoor/outdoor attraction, Carnivore uses wildly intense, gory actors, a multitude of disorienting lighting, special FX, chain link fencing, multiple drop panels, and heart-stopping music to confuse and attack every sense possible.
The final walk-thru attraction is a walking path set in the deep haunting woods extending to the very back of the property. Backwoods is such a vulnerable environment as the thick brush, towering trees, and dark paths allow for great startle scares. Because Backwoods leads down into a valley before emerging again, the feeling of being alone and separatism is strong. All of the haunt structures in the woods are constructed of materials that fit in its surroundings. We have used aged barn lumber that creepily fits right in with its environment – heightening the realism. Whatever the customer sees should make sense. Backwoods is scary even when not open. Not even their own haunt staff will go back there alone unless equipped with a flashlight equal to the sun.
During the mid-19th century, Tennessee was the site of many major battles during the Civil War, including the bloody Battle of Franklin, where thousands of soldiers died. Consequently (and not so surprisingly), some of the state’s most haunted and chilling areas are the very spots where these bloody battles took place.
The Chickamauga Battlefield (where battles during the American Revolution also took place) is located in the southeast corner of the state and is said to be haunted by the ghosts of soldiers who perished there. In fact, the ghost of one solider nicknamed “Old Green Eyes” is believed to haunt the battlefield to this day.
During 1864, the epic war played out just yards from the historic Carnton Mansion in The Battle of Franklin; the battle was one of the bloodiest and most devastating of the war for the Confederate States Army. From the back porch of the mansion, visitors can now see the 1481 marked graves of the Confederate soldiers who died fighting there. Those very soldiers are believed to now haunt the historic and eerie Carnton Mansion.
Another famous Tennessee Haunted House that was heavily impacted by the gory battles of the Civil War is the Carter House, also located in Franklin. Built in 1830 by Fountain Branch Carter, the Carter Mansion became the center of one of the bloodiest and most terrifying battles in the Civil War. In fact, during that battle, the entire Army of Tennessee was destroyed and again, it’s believed soldiers who perished during the fight now haunt the mansion. But unlike the Carnton Mansion, it’s not just those soldiers that allegedly occupy the Carter Mansion; the original owners and some of their family members supposedly haunt the mansion as well. The ghost of Tod Carter, a son of Fountain’s who died just a hundred yards from his house while fighting with the Confederate Army, has purportedly made several appearances in the house. In addition, staff members have claimed to see the apparition of a little girl disappear in a hallway and down a flight of stairs. Some have also claimed hearing a strange yet friendly voice of a woman in the house.