Actor Scott Wilson, known for his roles in “In Cold Blood” and “The Walking Dead” has died at the age of 76. He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Heavenly Wilson.
Last year at a convention on my 24th birthday, I met Mr. Wilson at the Nashville Music City Hall where the Walking Dead cast and crew signed autographs and snapped photographs.
As nervous as it was to meet him, he was very humble and we talked for a minute about his film “In Cold Blood.” After he kindly signed the magazine which had him and Robert Blake on the cover of Life Magazine, he asked “Where’s my hug?”
Overall, he was a phenomenal actor who enjoyed communicating with fans no matter where he went and will be dearly missed.
It was after a visit to the cemetery where I drove by to see if there were any paranormal activities ongoing late at night. A shadow seemed to appear for one second and vanished quickly.
I left immediately and drove to Tate Lane, the most infamous narrow road in Mount Juliet where multiple car fatalities occur every year. And a quiet wooded area with “private property” listed on the gates. When I first drove on Tate Lane, the road seemed quite long and I kept asking myself “When will the road end?” A description about the road is as good as it gets: an enchanted forest.
It gave me the chills as any area would with a haunted historical significance to it. Although it was not as scary as the visit to the Bell Witch cave, it’s not a good idea to drive down that road no matter the time of day.
Throughout the years, legend has it that a witch named Kate haunted the Bell family due to land issues to which she held a major grudge against John Bell, Sr until he died from poisoning.
My experience inside the cave gave me chills, especially when I stood near an empty grave. I looked above to see if there were any shadows surrounding that particular spot but nothing appeared out of the ordinary. Suddenly, as my mom and grandfather were standing a few inches away from me calling my name, I wailed my arms and I called them over. They did not hear nor see me until I walked up to them. I did not understand why they didn’t hear me even though I have a loud voice. Now it makes me wonder if there was a spirit standing next to me and blocked out the sound of my voice to the point where no one could hear me shout.
Overall, my experience at the cave was great but something I shall never forget.