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by Charles Edwin Price

eBook Infamous Bell Witch of Tennessee download ISBN: 1570720150
Author: Charles Edwin Price
Publisher: Overmountain Press (January 1, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 120
ePub: 1180 kb
Fb2: 1565 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Biography
Subcategory: Historical

From cover to cover, the book kept my interest and even scared me in a few places.

From cover to cover, the book kept my interest and even scared me in a few places. Price also does a nice job of laying out the story so that it's easy to follow.

The Bell Witch of Tennessee. Published by Thriftbooks

The Bell Witch of Tennessee. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. The Bell Witch kept me on the edge of my seat. I could not put the book down, not to mention not being able to sleep at night.

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Charles Edwin Price has written several books dealing with various supernatural subjects and I have generally enjoyed his books. This book like many of his other works however contains several stories that really do not belong. The title leads on to assume this is a book about Tennessee ghosts and there are indeed some ghost stories to be found within its covers. Still, the stories are enjoyable and are fun to read.

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The Bell Witch or Bell Witch Haunting is a legend from Southern United States folklore, centered on the 19th-century Bell family of northwest Robertson County, Tennessee

The Bell Witch or Bell Witch Haunting is a legend from Southern United States folklore, centered on the 19th-century Bell family of northwest Robertson County, Tennessee. John Bell S. who made his living as a farmer, resided with his family along the Red River in an area currently near the town of Adams. According to legend, from 1817-1821, his family and the local area came under attack by a mostly invisible entity that was able to speak, affect the physical environment, and shapeshift.

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Comments: (7)
Drelalak
There is a lot of literature available about the Bell Witch of Tennessee. This is a very concise narrative of the events that is an easy, quick read. The author tries to be straighforward and factual, which is good. The bizarre events in and around Adams, TN in the early 1800s don't need to be embellished to be disturbing and frightening. Thankfully the author doesn't get in the way of his telling of them.

If you have any interest in this subject, I recommend this book highly.
Niwield
I enjoyed this book and could not put it down. I managed to read it in one day sitting. If you want to learn more about the Bell Witch. Pick up this book , you wont be disappointed.
Kesalard
The author did a great deal of research and tells of a horrific tale, but tells it in away I had High School(from history class) flash backs. The book is full of interesting history facts, but I was more interested into the actual "Bell Witch", not the history of the town, now granted that is important to have a basis of the book, but where was the thrill, the spine tingling chill? I read it in one day because it was a very good book, but it is not a scary "GHOST" book, in that I was disapointed.
Pedar
Bought this book as souvenir on trip to Tennessee 10yrs ago....loaned it to a friend and never tot it back!
Had to replace it.....finished it in 2days!
Very good book.
Kiaile
The Infamous Bell Witch of Tennessee is a good, thorough account of the Bell Witch. I liked the fact that the author threw in some relevant history so I could get a better idea of the time frame of the Bell Witch visitations. I highly recommend this book to students of the paranormal.
Dandr
I want to visit and see how things were. My hope is to visit sometime in the near future.

Thank you
Debbie
porosh
This book started out a little slow but if you can get through the first & second it's well worth the read! The details were as accurate as they could be seeing as how it's happened so long ago. It leaves alot to your imagination all the while leaving no question un answered.
Within the first chapters of this book, I realized that this wasn't your typical haunting or ghost story. Not only was the story very unbelievable but several times I had to ask myself why I was continuing to read. At first, the book looked promising until I got to the part where the Bell Witch started having full conversations with her housemates. I have never heard of a ghost, witch, or any other paranormal being having full conversations with people. Even if this story were true, I will never understand why the Bell family never moved out of their home. The fact that Lucy Bell would ask the the witch to sing to her while knowing that this was the ghost that was physically abusing her daughter and husband is beyond me. Lucy Bell pretty much outraged me because it seemed like she had a friendship with the witch...the same witch who would repeatedly slap her daughter and lefte marks on her body.
It's a short read but leaves lots of gaps in the story and I wonder how the author got a hold of the exact conversations the witch had with the Bell family. He presented the conversations as if they were word for word. Much of the book was dedicated to how the witch haunted the Bell family. There also wasn't enough evidence that the witch is still haunting.
So if you want to read a book that is different from your normal haunting, then maybe this is the book for you. But if you are just looking for a scarey and haunting book, then you might want to look over this one.