|Location:||Near Johnson City.|
All year Tue-Sat 9-15.
|Light:||none, bring torch|
Troy Taylor (2003):
Down in the Darkness,
The Shadowy History of America's Haunted Mines, Tunnels & Caverns.
Whitechapel Productions Press, Illinois, USA, 210 pp. pp 128-131.
|Address:||Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site, 2620 S. Roan St, Johnson City, TN 37601, Tel: +1-423-926-3631.|
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|Last update:||$Date: 2015/08/30 21:58:56 $|
|1769||discovered by Daniel Boone.|
The cave is now part of the Tipton-Haynes Farm, a historical recreation area that is administered by the Johnson City Recreational Department. There is a restored clapboard house on the property. The cave is just beneath it. It is very small only 30 feet long before it branches out into two main corridors, neither of which leads very far. It is open to the public, for self guided tours, bring a torch. The cave has been used over the years by Native Americans and other travellers and is haunted.
Text by Tony Oldham (2004). With kind permission.
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