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About the Author: D.J. Lyons

PROFESSIONAL STORYTELLER: Debbie Dunn aka DJ Lyons has been telling stories and teaching storytelling around the USA, full-time from 1989 to 1997, part-time from 1998 to 2008, & full-time from January 2009 onward. She tells age-appropriate stories. She encourages lots of audience participation as she performs. Debbie has been a member of the National Storytelling Network and the Tennessee Storytelling Association since 1990. For more information on her storytelling performances and workshops, please visit

EDUCATION: In 1980, Debbie earned her 2 Bachelor’s degrees in Elementary Education and in Sociology. In 1989, Debbie earned her Master’s degree in Elementary Education with a specialization in Storytelling.

PUBLISHED AUTHOR & ONE-WOMAN THEATRE SHOWS: Debbie performs One-Woman Theatre Shows based on her two published books written under her pen name of DJ Lyons: (1) The Bell Witch Unveiled At Last! The True Story Of A Poltergeist and (2) White Reindeer, Kudzu Monster, & Other Tales Of Wonder. The Bell Witch book was published in March of 2008. For more information about her Bell Witch book, to book Debbie Dunn aka DJ Lyons for a book signing or performance about the Bell Witch, or to purchase her book using Pay Pal, please visit The White Reindeer book will be published later in 2009. For more information about this book, please visit

TEACHER: Debbie was an Elementary teacher for 7 years: Pre-First, Chapter I Math Lab, Grades 4, 4-5 split, and 5. She was a Middle School teacher: Conflict Resolution teacher for 5 years (Grades 6, 7, and 8) and a 7th Grade English teacher for 2 ½ years.

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The True Story of a Poltergeist by

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Paperback, Published in Mar 2008 by America Star Books

ISBN10: 1604744774 | ISBN13: 9781604744774

Page count: 366

Who was the true Bell Witch of Tennessee? John Bell of Adams, Tennessee, died on December 20, 1820. Why not? He was old. He was sick. He was comatose. Yet dozens of newspaper articles; a handful of published books, movies, videos, and websites; and countless amateur and professional storytellers all erroneously claim that John Bell was killed by a poltergeist. Who was this poltergeist many called the Bell Witch? Newspapers, books, websites, and countless people familiar with the 1817-1821 haunting pointed the finger of blame at a neighbor woman, Cate Batts. Her alleged guilt was purely circumstantial. For the first time, this breakthrough publication reveals the actual identities and motives of the three poltergeists. These three male entities followed John Bell from his former home in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, to Adams, Tennessee, seeking their revenge. Within the covers of this book, the Bell Witch is unveiled at last.

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