The Bell Witch Site
Legal Notices and Terms of Service
Duplication of the Bell Witch
Site, hereinafter referred to as "Site," in whole or in part, in
any manner, including but not limited to electronic storage and
retrieval systems, without the express, written consent is a
violation of United States and international copyright law. The
owner of the Site reserves the right to, at his sole discretion,
investigate and prosecute any individual or business he suspects
of being in violation, at any time, and
without further notice. The Bell Witch
Site takes very seriously its duty to research and report
on the legend of the Bell Witch in an ethical, legal manner, and
its owner encourages others to do the
of Site Material:
1) School projects and research papers where no monetary
compensation is received.
You are free to use any
material on The Bell Witch Site that is needed for your
project or paper, provided that it is for a school and you
will not receive monetary compensation for the project or
paper. Permission of the site's owner is not required.
However, he asks that you please list "The Bell Witch Site"
and its URL (bellwitch.org) in your credits or bibliography.
Good luck with your project!
2) Written materials, including books, articles, web sites,
Use of any material from
The Bell Witch Site for books or other written materials,
whether or not done for monetary compensation, requires
written permission from the site's owner. "The Bell Witch
Site," its URL (bellwitch.org), and the researcher's name
(Pat Fitzhugh), must be listed in your material's credits or
bibliography. All three are required, and the URL must be in
the form of a functioning link. If those items are not
attributed properly, the permission becomes null and void.
3) Film, such as TV shows, documentaries, movies, and major
Use of any material from
The Bell Witch Site for films, as described above, whether
or not done for monetary compensation, requires written
permission from the site's owner. "The Bell Witch Site" OR
its URL (bellwitch.org) OR the researcher's name (Pat
Fitzhugh), OR all three, must be shown in your film's
credits, and with the same prominence as other sources.
3) Radio shows and podcasts featuring the Bell Witch legend.
No permission of any kind
is required to use material from The Bell Witch Site in your
radio show or podcast. The site's owner would appreciate
your mentioning The Bell Witch Site and its URL (bellwitch.org)
at some point during the show.
Information About Copyright Law:
Bar Association, Section of Intellectual Property Law
Committee, No. 106.
Common Copyright Permission Myths, by Lloyd J. Jassin, Esq.