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Haunted Live hits the Lotz house tomorrow night

The Travel Channel is taking The Tennessee Wraith Chasers to a civil war spook house in Franklin Tennessee. The infamous Lotz House is a place filled with historic ghosts from the past and family that lived through the terror. On October 5th these grounds will be explored promising some great frights for your Friday evening viewage. Tune in at 10 p.m. ET/PT and check out the clips from the previous two episodes!

Haunted Live “10-5-18” – Premieres Friday, October 5 at 10 p.m. ET/PT

The Tennessee Wraith Chasers head to the Lotz House in historic Franklin, Tennessee. Johann Lotz emigrated from Germany to America in hopes of finding wealth in the land of prosperity. The master carpenter built his dream home, the Lotz House, to display his skill to prospective clients. Unfortunately, the dream soon crumbled. His twin children died after drinking from a well poisoned by Union troops. Two years later, the house was caught in the middle of the Battle of Franklin. Nearly 10,000 men died in the bloodiest five hours of the Civil War. After hiding in a neighbor’s basement, the family was forced to walk back to their battered home, stepping the whole way on the dead bodies that covered the ground. The home then became a hospital, with countless more dying inside its walls — blood still stains the floors. Apparitions are often seen in windows, items are constantly moved around the house and the sounds of battle drums are heard at night.  Is it the spirits of men who died in battle or the ghosts of a family traumatized by war?

 

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