The Bell Family Farm Near Nashville Might Just Be The Strangest Tourist Trap Yet

If you’re seeking the ultimate thrill out of a strange, hole-in-the-wall (so to speak) kind of place, this legendary farmland right here in Tennessee attracts thousands of curious visitors per year. It’s not quite in Nashville – it’s about 45 minutes north of there, in Adams – but this particular attraction is literal centuries in the making…and it’s weird. Very weird.

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Cabin tours are just $8, and any brave soul wanting to check out the Bell property cave can do so for just $12. Tour both for $18 so you can get the full experience.

For a much more in-depth account of what occurred in the early 1800s to the Bell family of Adams, Tennessee, visit the cabin and cave’s official website here. 

What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever experienced that you just can’t quite explain? Tell us your spooky stories in the comments below.

Address: 430 Keysburg Rd, Adams, TN 37010, USA