Bradford, Tennessee: Skullbone Store

An old general store that closed in April 2019 -- but the outside wall mural boasts of its owner's travels and the town's claim as the home of the "undefeated champions of bareknuckle fist and skullbone fighting."

1 Shades Bridge Rd, Bradford, TN
From US Hwy 45E turn east onto Main St., drive through Bradford, then continue another three miles on Hwy 105/Trezevant Hwy. You'll see the sign for Skullbone, and the store up ahead on the left.
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Skullbone Store

Sadly, they are closing due to a change in owner's health.

[Colleen, 04/10/2019]

The store may be closed, but the Kingdom of Skullbonia mural on its outside wall remains -- at least for now.


Skullbone Store

An old, operating general store that has signage and a sign that points to locations around the world that the owner has visited. A very neat old store and an interesting community name: Skullbone, Tennessee.

[Mark, 08/11/2013]

The store's hand-painted outside wall claims Skullbone and the Kingdom of Skullbonia as the home of the "undefeated champions of bareknuckle fist and skullbone fighting."

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