With a chill in the air and Halloween next week, it’s time for the story of the Bell Witch with Historian William Turner at Jeffers’ Bend Environmental Center for Torchlight Tales.
The public is invited to attend the telling of the story at the nature center Saturday starting at 6 p.m. and Charles Turner with Jeffers’ Bend says entry is $5 per car with military and first responders getting in for free.
He says there will be a large bonfire and organizer Diane Croney-Turner says there will be refreshments available.
William Turner has told the story of the Bell Witch, which is said to be based on true events that happened down the road in Adams, Tennessee, numerous times to audiences of all ages. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own chairs as there will be limited seating available. Turner encourages families to attend and be witness to the “strange” things that can happen during the telling.