Adams, Tennessee: Bell Witch Museum
"Kate," America's nuttiest poltergeist, slapped children, sang hymns, and harassed the poor Bell family. President Andrew Jackson is alleged to have investigated in person, but fled to Nashville after his coach wheels mysteriously malfunctioned!
- 7617 US Hwy 41 N., Adams, TN
- Inside the town's old school, which also houses city hall. On the north side of US Hwy 41 just east of Keysburg Rd.
- Tu-Su 10 am - 8 pm. (Call to verify)
Bell Witch Museum curator/guide dies in home fire
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Nina Seeley, 82, was overcome by smoke and perished when her two-story 19th century home burned up on Friday in Adams, Tennesee. Nina ran the Bell Witch Museum for many years, dedicated to telling the story of "Kate," America's nuttiest poltergeist.
... [02/02/2003] Complete News Story
May 31, 2016
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