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Haunting of the Week: The Bell Witch
The Bell Witch or Bell Witch Haunting is a purported poltergeist legend from Southern folklore, centered on the 19th century Bell family of Adams, Tennessee.
The only known account of the “haunting” prior to Ingram’s publication, was in 1886, (over 60 years after the events). This one paragraph in the Goodspeed Brothers book History of Tennessee:
A remarkable occurrence, which attracted wide-spread interest, was connected with the family of John Bell, who settled near what is now Adams Station about 1804. So great was the excitement that people came from hundreds of miles around to witness the manifestations of what was popularly known as the “Bell Witch.”
This witch was supposed to be some spiritual being having the voice and attributes of a woman. It was invisible to the eye, yet it would hold conversation and even shake hands with certain individuals. The feats it performed were wonderful and seemingly designed to annoy the family. It would take the sugar from the bowls, spill the milk, take the quilts from the beds, slap and pinch the children, and then laugh at the discomfiture of its victims. At first it was supposed to be a good spirit, but its subsequent acts, together with the curses with which it supplemented its remarks, proved the contrary.
Several accounts report that during his military career, Andrew Jackson was intrigued with the story and was frightened away after traveling to investigate.
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The Exorcism of Anneliese Michel
Unless the camera lies, a ghost haunts this picture.