Haunted Knoxville Ghost Tours and J-Adam Smith, aka "The Paranormal Historian" are very excited to be featured in Ghostly Places. Editor Kevin Slimp with Market Square Publishing Company approached J with the idea of featuring his historical and haunted research of Knoxville TN. This publication is set to be available for sale through local book sellers and Amazon.com. We are grateful for the opportunity to share some of our undisclosed and truly haunted ground zeroes.
"NOW, IMAGINE A CITY WHERE YOU’LL FIND REAL, HISTORICAL EVIDENCE OF TRAGEDY AND UNFINISHED BUSINESS STRETCHING BACK FOR CENTURIES. LEFT IN ITS WAKE, A CAVALCADE OF PARANORMAL “GROUND ZEROES” AT EVERY TURN, WITH AN ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO EXPLORING THOSE STORIES, AS WELL AS THE PARANORMAL ENERGY THAT THEY’VE LEFT BEHIND IN NEW AND EXCITING WAYS. THAT CITY IS KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE AND ..."
Trailer for the Telly Award winning Paranormal Documentary about Historic Ramsey House as seen on PBS.
106.1 FM The river
Special Halloween Edition with Famed Investigator, J-Adam Smith
Promoting the release of Ghostly Places in Tennessee featuring J-Adam Smith.
A private investigation of Historic Westwood in Knoxville, sponsored by Knox Heritage Foundation
Mildred Haun Conference
Special speaking engagement at Walter State Community College
The paranormal sensation tv show
Episode 1 - Tombstone, Arizona
Tour Director J-Adam Smith sharing his experience investigating energies on the road.
J-Adam Smith is discusses Haunted Knoxville and the Paranormal experiences on his tours.
the beacon house podcast
Discussing ghost tours, tools for investigating, and how to speak to spirits.
j-adam smith promotes new book feature
Ghostly Places in Tennessee features research by Paranormal Historian J-Adam Smith
Discussing Paranormal Activity and how to conduct an investigation
Knoxville's Most disastrous Train accident
connects to this location and for the first time ever, you get to Investigate with Famed Paranormal Historian, J-Adam Smith
The tours offer a way for folks to get hands-on with the paranormal.
WBIR Channel 10- October 24, 2017
Ghost hunter says Knoxville train station is haunted
The station held dozens of dead bodies after a tragic wreck in 1904.
The Historic Southern Railway Station in Knoxville's Old City harbors a tragic past. In 1904, a train wreck in New Market killed 56 people and their bodies were transported to Knoxville.
"This situation turned into something a little different than anyone expected," said spirit hunter J. Adam Smith. "It turned into a makeshift morgue."
How much do you really know about the history of the Scruffy City? From a mysterious flickering light, to public hangings in one of the prettiest places, a paranormal investigators explains why Knoxville is haunted.
Regardless of your interests this season, Haunted Knoxville Ghost Tours and their founder J-Adam Smith bring history alive thru the paranormal. Reserve your tickets at: www.hauntedknoxville.net
It didn't take long after opening for Maple Hall general manager Ryan Sheley to notice something was off.
"We’ve had apparitions, we’ve had shadow people. We’ve had people get their hair pulled. Names called. Women singing lullabies. All kinds of strange things like that. Ovens getting turned on and off, sinks turning on and off," he said.
the bob Yarbrough show
NewsTalk 98.7: Yarbrough Welcomes J. Adam Smith of Haunted Knoxville Ghost Tours.
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