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Octagon Hall Museum is a unique antebellum landmark in Franklin, Kentucky, known for its Civil War history and paranormal activity.

Andrew Jackson Caldwell began building this unique family home in 1847, but it wasn’t completed until 1859. It isn’t your typical home with four exterior walls—this home has eight walls, making it octagon-shaped. During the Civil War, both the Confederate Army and the Union Army occupied the Hall at different times.

There are many stories of the ghosts that still haunt the building, from the Caldwell family, slaves, and Confederate and Union soldiers who have never left the property. It is also considered one of the most haunted buildings in the South.

We talk about the history and hauntings with Museum Director Bear Gaunt. For more information about tours and paranormal investigations, go to octagonhallmuseum.com. This is Part Two of our conversation.

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