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“As a Tennessean native, it was a great experience to visit the historical yet infamous Bell Witch cave for the first time.
Along with me were my mother and grandfather. The wind blew a slight breeze but the sunshine and brightness made it more interesting as we were arriving in Adams.

Inside the cave, we discovered an empty burial grave that belonged to a young Native American girl who has been deceased for 300 to 400 years. One night several years back, a woman decided to place her remains inside the cave where she can rest in peace. Unfortunately, a trespasser broke inside the cave and stole her remains which have not been found to this day.

As the tourists were standing near the rock formation, I stood underneath the area where John Bell’s sons got stuck and freed from an unknown force. My mom and grandfather turned in many directions looking for me and I waved my arms across as they stared directly at me. They did not see me so I walked towards them and they jumped by surprise.

We went to the cabin tour and the experience was phenomenal to view how structured the house looked from that time period. It was an experience to never forget. “

Pictures of the Bell Witch Cave:

The Bell Witch picture layout

Although I was not allowed to take pictures inside the cabin, I still have an image of my mom and I on the outside, in the front, as well as pictures of the wishing well, located inside the cave. I had a great time and it was worth a site to visit for Fall Break.