The essential research tool for all
things Bell Witch.
The Bell Witch: The Full Account is a treasure chest of information that will save you
20+ years of time, money, and legwork.
Do you want to
learn about the people and history behind
the legend? Which parts of the Bell Witch legend are fact,
and which are fiction? The Bell Witch: The Full
Account not only tingles the spine and intrigues the
senses, but also serves as a
comprehensive analysis and
research tool for serious Bell Witch fans. As
its name implies, the book provides
a full account of the legend from North Carolina to Tennessee and
Mississippi, and from the early 1800's to the 21st century. The wealth of
information contained in this informative work was gathered and researched over
a period of 20+ years. Many later
Bell Witch books, productions, and web sites are based heavily on
information first brought to light in "The Full Account.."
The book includes the
site pictures, footnotes, discussion notes, charts,
an index and
table of contents, various appendices, and biographical sketches of
From the image of a
lifeless body hanging from a tree, to the apparition of a ghastly,
pale woman in a field, Kate was
the all-knowing, all-powerful personification of evil.
Kate's mission was to destroy
young Elizabeth Bells engagement and kill
her father, John Bell. Mission
accomplished. Generations later, many descendants of those involved
still refuse to discuss the legend.
Even today, nearly two hundred
years later, terrifying phenomena
still occur near the old Bell
more than two decades of painstaking research, author Pat Fitzhugh for the first time
shares everything - the story of the Bell Witch, the history of the Bell family and
Robertson County, common myths about the Bell Witch, biographies of those who figured
into the legend, and detailed discussions about the religious and supernatural
theories he used in formulating his conclusion about the origin, identity, and purpose of
the so-called Bell Witch. Backed by detailed footnotes, insightful endnotes, and explanatory charts, Fitzhugh sheds new light
to this epic tale of terror on the early-Tennessee frontier.
Pat Fitzhugh brings the
Bell Witch of Tennessee to life in
the most comprehensive account ever written
about what many consider the most
terrifying haunting known to humankind. Pleasant dreams.