Cursed: The Bell Witch: Trespassing | A&E

Chad and John are caught trespassing on the original Bell family homestead in this scene from “The Betrayal of Kate Batts.”
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Cursed: The Bell Witch
Season 1
Episode 101
The Betrayal of Kate Batts

“Cursed: The Bell Witch” follows the personal journey of John Ceallach, a direct descendant of one of the oldest and most legendary ghost stories in America. Ceallach believes that this curse has befallen several generations of his family and he is on the hunt to reverse it before it reaches his only son.

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13 thoughts on “Cursed: The Bell Witch: Trespassing | A&E

  1. What scares me is there's a lot of people who are dumb enough to think this show and the very stupid movies about the bell witch are real the whole freaking legend is a cheap horrible rip off of the Blair Witch there is not one person in that entire state who had heard of this " LEGEND " until 2013 but it supposedly been around since the 1800's

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