The creepy story of Sensabaugh Tunnel in TN
Sensabaugh Tunnel is the name of a tunnel surrounded by rumors of murder, death and satanic rituals located in the U.S. state of Tennessee. It should be avoided at all costs. It is a place where demonic apparitions appear, where car engines die, and where the shrieks of eternally trapped women and babies echo. It’s one of the most haunted tunnels on Earth.
Where is Sensabaugh Tunnel?
The tunnel is located in Hawkins County, in Tennessee, near the Virginia border, just off Big Elm Road to the north of Kingsport. The locals feel that it is a place of evil. The tunnel carries the paved Sensabaugh Hollow Road.
Is Sensabaugh Tunnel scary?
The tunnel was constructed in the early 1920’s. It sits in a state of clear disrepair. There are cracks in the cement, and graffiti is everywhere. The surface of the tunnel is slippery often, and pretty wet. Driving inside the tunnel you will feel creepy as hell, but that was probably because it's, you know, a dark tunnel with creepy stories behind it. It’s one of the most famous haunted places in the area. The tunnel is located not far from Rotherwood Mansion, in the foothills of East Tennessee. If you do choose to go visit it’s recommended that you don't go alone, because of some locals may show up and try to scare you or have other intentions and it is in a remote location.
What’s the legend of Sensabaugh Tunnel?
The road that passes through it is only used by locals, and not often by them. The story goes, that a man named Mr. Sensabaugh lived with his family in a house near the tunnel. One day he went crazy, and murdered them all, including his newborn baby, and threw their bodies into the creek in the tunnel. If you enter the tunnel and turn off your car engine, it supposedly will not restart and if you look into your rearview mirror, you will see Mr. Sensabaugh approaching your car. Then, as he approaches, your engine will start again. Other people claim you can hear Mr. Sensabaugh's footsteps echoing in the tunnel and/or a baby crying.