History and Mystery on the Gallatin Public Square, weekends in October
Since 2005, we have been telling the diverse and colorful history of all of Sumner County, through its spine-tingling paranormal and ghostly events, past and present
"You and your husband were great! We've done our fair share of ghost walks while visiting other cities but we've never gone to one where we lived. Definitely gave me the shivers." -- Amy deFreitas
"I had so much fun!" ---Cindy Deaver
"Very interesting, informative and fun!! -- Monecca Booth
"Gallatin Ghost Walk does an amazing job with history and haunted tales!' -- Melvin Brazzell, Nightstalkers Paranormal Research
This isn't our day job.
We are just two local residents, a lawyer and a writer, with a passion for history and haunted places.
We are historians, cemetery sleuths, genealogists, grandparents and pet-owners.
We live in a - formerly - haunted house two blocks from the Historic Gallatin Square.
Historic Haunts of Sumner County, Tennessee was published by the History Press/Arcadia Publishers in March 2022. Look for it at area Walgreen's in Sumner County, amazon.com/books, arcadiapublishing.com and locally exclusively at the Artisan Hatchery on the Gallatin Square next door to the Palace Theater.
Check back on this website for interesting and "spirited" events all year long related to history ahd haunts in Sumner County