Aiden James is the author of a popular series of horror novels set in Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains…. “Buried deep in a ravine in the picturesque Smoky Mountains is a very dark secret. David Hobbs, vacationing with his wife Miriam, inadvertently stumbles upon a small cloth ‘keepsake’ bag and a broken tooth.
The plane that went missing over Great Smoky National Park Monday night was found Tuesday evening, and officials say no survivors were found. The National Park reported the place was found in a ridge between Cole Creek and Bearpen Hollow Branch, according to WATE. Paramedics were hoisted down to the scene and discovered no one
Officials are looking for a plane that may have gone missing over the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on Monday evening. A release from park officials says they received a report around 7:35 p.m. that a missing single-engine airplane might have gone down southwest of Mount LeConte Lodge. The Federal Aviation Administration issued an alert notice
An 85-year-old woman died after falling from a rock wall in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on Monday, according to authorities. Around 1:55 p.m., Marguerite Root, of Canal Winchester, Ohio, and her family were taking pictures with a view of the mountains in the background when Root fell eight or nine feet from a
A suburban Atlanta woman died after she left her car to look at a snake on the road in Great Smoky Mountains National Park late Friday. Shirley Jean Alexander Clifton, 64, of Woodstock, Ga., was hit by an oncoming car at about 11:30 p.m. along Foothills Parkway West, near Chilhowee Lake in Tennessee, park officials
An autopsy shows that an experienced hiker died of hypothermia after she fell into an icy creek, but she may also have taken an overdose of prescription drugs before her death. Rangers in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park found the body of Jenny Bennett, 62, of Sylva, North Carolina, on June 9 in the Greenbrier area of the park.
It was March 18, 1976 when a park ranger in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park responded to a report of what appeared to be an abandoned automobile. The station wagon in question was found in a secluded parking lot in the Elkmont section of the Smokies. Upon further investigation the car was traced to
Love the Smokies? Of course you do, along with 10 million other people who visit the most popular national park in the country each year. A park, one must remember, that does not charge an entrance fee, like so many of the parks out West. Want to help the Smokies? Here’s your chance, when the
Two new children’s books on the Great Smoky Mountains National Park take a child’s-eye view of the beloved park’s history. One story is told through the view of a homing pigeon, while one takes a brother and sister on a time travel. The two authors each will present their books in Asheville this week.
Black bears in Western North Carolina have been getting a bad rap lately, but in a bit of positive news for the beleaguered bruins, they — or rather, their image — have been bringing in big bucks to help projects and programs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. >> Read Complete Article