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An American Haunting

Author : Brent Monahan
ISBN : 0312363532
Genre : Fiction
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A novel based on the Bell Witch of Adams, Tennessee, a famous 19th century haunting. This is not an eyewitness account.

The Bell Witch

Author : Pat Fitzhugh
ISBN : 9780970515605
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A malevolent entity known as the "Bell Witch" terrorized a pioneer Tennessee family from 1817 to 1821, predicting the future, singing hymns, cursing the preachers, beating the children, and killing John Bell, the patriarch. The characters and events were real. People from all walks of life--farmers, doctors, lawyers, and even preachers--witnessed and documented the horrific Bell Witch disturbances. Culminating 22+ years of extensive research, "The Bell Witch: The Full Account" is an essential tool for those wanting to learn more about the world's greatest ghost story. Includes photos, footnotes, end notes, appendices, and a comprehensive index.

The Infamous Bell Witch Of Tennessee

Author : Charles Edwin Price
ISBN : 1570720088
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Infamous Bell Witch of Tennessee is the account of the creepy doings of Tennessee's most malevolent, puzzling, and notorious bugbear. The story begins when Kate first entered the home of John Bell, in 1817, and continues to the present day.

An Authenticated History Of The Bell Witch

Author : Martin Van Buren Ingram
ISBN : 1440491488
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The Bell Witch: Robertson County, Tennessee, 1817-1828. The Bell family are terrorized by an invisible entity that has taken up residence in their home. While the children are beaten and harassed in their beds, their father is stricken with wild seizures, and visitors are confounded by a disembodied voice that ridicules their attempts at investigation. An Authenticated History of the Bell Witch was the first published book on the legend, which has inspired such popular films as The Blair Witch Project (1999), The Bell Witch Haunting (2004), and An American Haunting (2006). Nicknamed the Red Book, it draws upon Our Family Trouble, the diary of Richard Williams Bell, who was a child at the time of the haunting. Ingram's account is widely considered the most important primary source for historians of the Bell Witch.

All That Lives

Author : Melissa Sanders-Self
ISBN : 9780446562577
Genre : Fiction
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Robertson County, Tennessee, early 1800s. The respectable Bell family is quietly working its rural farm, when something utterly horrific suddenly unleashes a reign of terror upon them and their entire community. The haunting begins with knocking on the walls. Before long, disembodied voices are heard whispering in the night, and spectral creatures are seen floating in the field. Then, 13-year-old Betsy Bell is brutally assaulted, and her father, John Bell, is violently tortured by an unseen force. The desperate townspeople, frantic with fear, gather to cast the demon from their midst. But a far more insidious evil lurks in the Bell home -- more damaging and disturbing than the Bell Witch could ever be.

Little Sister Death

Author : William Gay
ISBN : 9780571325733
Genre : Fiction
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Little Sister Death is the stunning 'lost' horror novel of the late William Gay. Inspired by the famous 19th Century Bell Witch haunting of Tennessee, it follows the unravelling life of David Binder, a writer who moves his young family to a haunted farmstead to try and find inspiration for his faltering work... Beautifully written and structured, Little Sister Death is a loving and faithful addition to the field of classic horror writing, eschewing any notions of irony or post-modern tricks as it aims, instead, straight for your soul.

The Haunting Of America

Author : Joel Martin
ISBN : 9781429940948
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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In the tradition of their Haunting of the Presidents, national bestselling authors Joel Martin and William J. Birnes write The Haunting of America: From The Salem Witch Trials to Harry Houdini, the only book to tell the story of how paranormal events influenced and sometimes even drove political events. In a narrative retelling of American history that begins with the Salem Witch Trials of the seventeenth century, Martin and Birnes unearth the roots of America's fascination with the ghosts, goblins, and demons that possess our imaginations and nightmares. The authors examine the political history of the United States through the lens of the paranormal and investigate the spiritual events that inspired public policy: channelers and meduims who have advised presidents, UFOs that frightened the nation's military into launching nuclear bomber squadrons toward the Soviet Union, out-of-body experiencers deployed to gather sensitive intelligence on other countries, and even spirits summoned to communicate with living politicians. The Haunting of America is a thrilling exploration of the often unexpected influences of the paranormal on science, medicine, law, government, the military, psychology, theology, death and dying, spirituality, and pop culture. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

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