The old Lick Creek Bridge, also called Crumley Bridge, on Crumley Road, was said to be a site where you can turn off your car and hear otherworldly sounds coming from underneath. According to bridgehunter.com, it was built in 1925, and replaced in 2005. Since then, no otherworldly sounds have been reported.
According to the website, “Chuckey, Tennessee Ghost Sightings”, there is a spirit that seems to be waiting for a train at the old train station, near the end of Chuckey Pike, in the 2000-block, before Charles Johnson Road:
Early in the morning you can see the semi-transparent silhouette of a person in front of the train station, at about 6 am. He appears out of nowhere and is only there for a second or so, but he does show up every morning. (Anonymous)
Cedar Creek Cave
Local legend tells of a hermit that still protects the privately-owned cave, he called home, to this day. Folklore maintains that long ago, a cranky old hermit nicknamed “Old Man Joe” died inside the privately owned cave, and to this day he confronts trespassers by screaming, “Get out of my cave!”
An older tale was revealed in The Greeneville Sun article, “Cedar Creek – An Organized Community With A Determined Purpose,” on July 28, 1956:
Local tradition tells of an old man who went far into the cave to “fiddle the devil a tune.” The old man was never seen again, but later his fiddle was washed out of the cave. Another legend reports that “fine” gold has been found in the cave, but the present owner reports that he has never found any of it. (The Greeneville Sun)