The Bell Witch Cave is a karst cave located in Adams, Tennessee near where the Bell Farm once stood. The cave is approximately 490 feet (150 m) long. The cave is privately owned, and tours are given during the summer months and in October. It is one of the most haunted locations in Tennessee.
This cave has been associated with the Bell Witch, a period during which the Bell Family was allegedly haunted by the Bell Witch. The cave is located on property once owned by the Bell family. Many believe that when the witch departed, she fled to the sanctuary of this cave.
In the particular legend in which the cave is featured, young Betsy Bell and some of her friends had gone to explore the cave. While they were there, one of the boys crawled into a hole and became stuck. A voice cried out, "I'll get him out!". The boy felt hands grasping his feet, and he was pulled out of the hole. The Bell Witch (still invisible), then gave the young explorers a lecture on reckless cave exploring.
The Bell Witch cave features eight arena interactions. From farthest left to right, they are:
- A lit bamboo torch that can be thrown at the opponent with it like a spear, thus setting them on fire.
- A fireplace poker that can be used to hit the opponent with it.
- A pitchfork that can be thrown at the opponent with it like a javelin.
- An empty wine bottle that can be thrown at the opponent with it.
- An empty soda bottle that can be thrown at the opponent with it.
- An empty root beer bottle that can be thrown at the opponent with it.
- A glass jar containing a black widow spider that can be thrown at the opponent with it by the face.
- A pickax that can be used to strike the opponent by the forehead with it.