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The Bell Witch My Grandmother read me this book when I was a little boy. Andrew Jackson believed in the Bell Witch and visited the Bell home in Northern Tennessee.


The Bell Witch Cave is a karst cave located in Adams, Tennessee near where the Bell Farm once stood. When I was growing up, we would scare each other with tales of the Bell Witch.

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Legend of the Bell Witch

Legend of the Bell Witch. The was an extreme long one, and nothing was found. heard were sounds, nothing was found!.

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Bell Witch Cave

The Bell Witch Cave is located near where the Bell Farm once stood, and is the site of one of Tennessee's most infamous and chilling stories of ghostly activity. The cave is approximately 490 feet (150 m) long. The cave is privately owned and tours are given during the summer months and the month of October.


The tombstone of Betsey Bell, who was the main victim of the torment exacted on the Bell family by the Bell Witch. She was subjected to hair pulling, scratching, sticking with pins, and even savage beating by the angry spirit, presumably of the Bell’s old neighbor Kate who was a witch. People, including the future president Andrew Jackson came from miles around to witness the terrible power of this most infamous poltergeist. The spirit was incredibly strong, able to lift heavy objects…


Bell Witch - Batts Cemetery - The Bell Farm is a 320 acre property that was owned by John Bell, a farmer from North Carolina, who moved to Robertson County with his family in 1804. Thirteen years later, he and his family would be subjected to terrifying and violent paranormal activity that would eventually lead to John Bell’s death.