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Talbott Tavern, Bardstown

The Old Talbott Tavern is actually the oldest stagecoach stop in Kentucky and today, as it always has, it offers weary travelers impeccable service along with a chance of catching a glimpse of none other than the outlaw Jesse James!

On entering The Old Talbott Tavern one thing is evident – the passage of time. Since opening in 1770, the hotel has never been closed and the building seems to have soaked up all of the energy of times gone by and the people who have taken refuge here on long journeys.

Some of the most notable guests that have spent the night include Daniel Boone, Abraham Lincoln and King Louis Philippe of France! Then, of course, there is the outlaw Jesse James who has contributed to the hotel’s reputation as one of the most haunted places in Kentucky.

Octagon Hall

The most haunted place in KY.

6040 Bowling Green Rd, Franklin, KY 42134

The Octagon House, located in Simpson County Kentucky just north of Franklin, was built in 1843 by Andrew Jackson Caldwell.  is rumored to be haunted. In the 1860s it is said that a young girl burned to death in the basement kitchen, and local stories tell that during a 2003 Halloween ghost tour, the fireplace kettle, which hangs from a moveable arm but is too heavy to move easily, swung out into the room. 

Perryville Battlefield, Perryville

The biggest Civil War battle that Kentucky has ever seen happened at Perryville on October 8, 1862. It is estimated that 7600 people were killed or wounded.

The Confederate victims were left to rot right there on the battlefield which is likely why this has become one of the most haunted places in Kentucky.

Waverly Hills Sanitorium, Louisville

The very famous Waverly Hills!! A place that has been in numerous TV shows. Many reports have stated the patients still scream fir help, years after they died. As soon as I receive permission, I will start posting more information.

Kentucky werewolves

The first report of werewolves, in Kentucky, occurred in Johnson County in 1944. Here a teenage boy almost had a fight to the death, with the beast, over a string of fish. The boy reported he had been fishing along a small stream and had a considerable number of fish on his stringer. He stated that as he was preparing to leave when a wolf - like creature ran up from the creek bank and attempted to take his fish. It was described as being silvery-grey and standing about six feet tall. The boy attempted to keep the fish, but he soon was overpowered and the creature made of with his catch. The boy stated that as the creature walked off, it turned and smiled at him. The boy was treated at a local hospital for deep lacerations and shock. The story was never made public, but information of the incident was leaked out by one of the attending medical personnel on duty at the time.