The Ghost Of Chicken Alley (Asheville, NC)
Asheville's Chicken Alley got its name from the numerous chickens that could be found roaming the narrow street over a century ago. It...
Asheville's Chicken Alley got its name from the numerous chickens that could be found roaming the narrow street over a century ago. It can be easily found by its large chicken mural painted by Molly Must. Chicken Alley is also haunted.
Rumor has it that in 1902 while trying to stop a barroom fight, Dr. Jamie Smith was stabbed to death at the nearby Broadway's Tavern. The tavern burned to the ground a year later and Dr. Smith's killer was never caught.
Dr. Smith has haunted this alley since his death. Witnesses claim they see him in his wide-brimmed hat and long duster coat and often hear the click-clacking of his cane on the road.
What To Know Before You GoGPS Coordinates: (35.598058, -82.553468)
Location: Near 4 Woodfin Street, Asheville, NC
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