Williamsburg is the county seat of Whitley County, Kentucky. Developed along the Cumberland River, the city was founded in 1818 and named after William Whitley. This friendly town has beautiful, country scenery in all directions and a rich history to go along with it.
I'm that girl who you probably never took the time to get to know. The outcast, the loner, the unpopular one. Remember me? I'm that girl who was always late getting to class and sit in the back by myself. I wasn't a cheerleader and I never went to the ball games, that just wasn't my thing.
I was born in Middlesboro Kentucky, it was a small town with relatively little to capture a young girl's imagination. My father was an alcoholic, rarely at home and when he was, all I heard was arguing in the house. My mother blamed me for literally every negative thing in her life. She was both mentally and physically abusive. I could write an entire series of books on how I survived. To make a long story short, I had zero support, it seemed like everything that I said or done was a mistake. By the time that my teenage years came around, my self-esteem was in the gutter. I had no perception of my self-worth and was slowly drowning in a lifetime of bad memories and confusion.
Known as the Niagara of the South, Cumberland Falls is located in Corbin Kentucky. The falls is 125 feet wide and has an average drop distant of 68 feet. It's also the only place in the Western Hemisphere where the majestic moonbow can be seen at night. The falls has been featured in some amazing movies including, The Kentuckian with Burt Lancaster, Raintree County with Elizabeth Taylor and Fire Down Below with Steven Seagal.
It's time to get out of the house and a road trip sounds fun and amusing! Taking a venture with Raven Willow is just what you need to kindle your nerves. Any time of the year is the perfect time for a haunted road trip and Tennessee has plentiful frights just waiting for you.