I’ve always wanted to go here. I’m a big Elvis fan!
- Auburn Park - If you park by the lake, a Blue Lady just might rise out of the lake and walk towards you.
- Fire Church - As you drive by the church you may see flames in the back window, but only at night.
- Metal Museum/Army Hospital - The main hub of the yellow fever epidemic. Thousands died here and there are many stories of nightly happenings, like much activity in the morgue and doctor’s residence.
- St. Jude’s - Legend of a teenaged girls’ spirit haunting the 2nd floor. She died in the building, and the spirit is supposedly friendly.
- Overton Park lake - Another lady in blue has been seen walking around the lake at night. She asks for help to passersby, but vanishes when approached. According to legends the body of a woman in a blue dress was found near this lake raped and murdered in the 60s, but no connection is known.
- The Orpheum Theatre - A very popular ghost legend exists her in Mary, the ghost of the theater. She was a little girl who loved her favorite seat. Some say she was killed during a fire there, others think it was on Beale Street. She’s a shy spirit and enjoys the organ.
- University of Memphis - A ghost here at the Old Brister Library has been seen by several custodians who say they saw a student appear and then vanish. Sometimes the spirit screams for help, which attracts the campus police who subsequently find no one.
- Woodruff-Fontaine House - The Rose Room is said to be haunted by Molly Woodruff, who used it as her bedroom. She wanders the house, sits on the bed, and creates cold spots. Odors like cigar smoke have been detected on the third floor. [Shadowlands]
All sounds pretty eerie and cool.