Bell Witch Cave Owners
Widely regarded as one of the most well-known and most haunted places in the U.S., the Bell Witch Cave is believed to be the home of the infamous Bell Witch, who some believe murdered a man 200 years ago, and continues to haunt the cave today. Today, the Bell farm operates as a tourist attraction, bringing in enthusiasts of the paranormal from around the world. The cave, which sits at the northern side of the property, is the location’s main attraction, bringing in countless visitors, both skeptics and believers.
If you want to tour the Bell Witch Cave, there is no appointment necessary, just be sure to show up at the right time. According to the official website, tours are conducted:
May: Saturdays & Sundays from 10AM - 5PM
June - Labor Day: Thursday-Sunday from 10AM - 5PM
Labor Day - October 31st: Saturdays & Sundays from 10AM - 5PM
October: Check site for special dates and tours
A trip through the cave won’t cost you much, with daytime tours available for $12 per person. Combine your trip through the cave with a tour of the Bell Family cabins, and you’ll pay just $18.
Each tour lasts just around an hour, and visitors can expect to spend most of their time within the cave. Guests tour the length of the cavern, witnessing ancient burial sites, beautiful rock formations, and an imprint on the cave wall that some say is the image of the Bell Witch.
BEWARE: Be polite when you visit the Bell Witch Cave, and keep your hands to yourself. Rude words and thievery are not tolerated, and some visitors have even reported becoming gravely ill after ignoring the rules and pocketing a stone to bring home.Website