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Pegram Family Cemetery Location - Real Haunted Place

   
  • Harpeth Haven Dr.
  • Pegram, TN
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The now bulldozed Pegram Family Cemetery is located at the end of Walkup Road in Pegram. Around 1970, developers bulldozed an area along the Harpeth River which included the Pegram Cemetery. The cemetery was partly in Metro Nashville, Davidson County and partly in Pegram. The developers also sold dirt and other materials from the site and river as fill dirt. Small houses were then built on concrete slabs. The river later rose over 30 feet in 1975 and one of the last coffins appeared at the surface in the yard of Archie Greer, a resident. The coffin contained the remains of Mrs. Carrie Pegram Heath who was the Town's first postmistress. The county continued to allow building and ended up putting large up-front impact fees for their own mistakes amounting to over $500,000. Another flooding occured in 2010 and Mrs. Carrie had to be "pushed back down" into the ground. Fires that have occured, have ended up "restarting" several times. Not much in the town seems to work and the sewer that the town built is always having trouble. Soil from the Pegram Cemetery is scattered all over the area, which probably means it's haunted!
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