*Update* The Legend of Sugar Flat Road

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Guys. I’ve never been more disappointed in my life.  I got a hot tip that das kapf – aka the Legend of Sugar Flat Road resided in Chattanooga, TN.  I went to the Ghost Tours of Chattanooga at 57 East 5th Street in Chattanooga and told them I was a wildly famous blogger and they didn’t care one bucks tooth about how much I loved Lebanon’s own Yeti.  They do have a hologram of ye ol head but they no longer own the the legend itself.  Before the lady literally shut the door in my face, she let me know that she sold it back to someone in Lebanon and now it’s haunting the woods of the Cedars of Lebanon Park.  Can’t wait for Spring y’all! Stay tuned for the next update.

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5 comments

  1. The lengths you go to! I wish I’d remembered your original post when I was down there last week to check out the lights at Rock City (spectacular!). I hope you didn’t make up that last part about it being back in Lebanon. Come to think of it, I did get the eerie feeling of being watched when I was out at Cedars a couple of months ago. I chalked it up to perverts.

  2. Hi, I’m so sorry you didn’t get more info, but it appears you were at the shop during the daytime (and during a week I was out of town), so it may have been that the lady you spoke with was actually our landlord at the Escape Room down the hall (or possibly a guide). I know I did not speak to you myself. Anyway, I would be happy to give you any info I have, if you will email me at chattanoogaghosttours@yahoo.com. The info you were given was correct, that we returned it to Sterling Buster (who previously owned Cuz’ Antiques), and when I spoke to him last year, he had loaned it to the state park there in Lebanon, where it was on display. (We did not own the head, were just renting it temporarily before with the possibility of buying it.) Good luck tracking it down! Amy, Chattanooga Ghost Tours, Inc

  3. I was out at Cedars today. The people there told me “some ranger’s” got the Yeti head and it shows up now and then. Guess that’s as close as I’ll get to it.

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