Haunted Places in Indiana

Haunted Places in Indiana

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Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, and more! Check out our picks for the top 10 most haunted places in Indiana! The Hoosier State is full of the paranormal, supernatural, and otherworldly. From Notre Dame to national parks, bridges, cemeteries, and more! Enjoy!

“Highland Lawn Cemetery” by Christina Blust ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 (

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“Hendricks Hall, HAnover College” by Nyttend ( is in the Public Domain

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“Willard Library from southwest” by Nyttend ( is in the Public Domain

“Willard-Library” by Unknown ( is in the Public Domain

“French Lick Springs Hotel” by Dan Perry ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“French Lick Springs Hotel at Night” by Upstateherd ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 (

“Hunted bridge. Avon, Indiana.” by Robert Santiago Rodriguez ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“Allison Mansion, front” by Nyttend ( is in the Public Domain

“Allison Mansion, southern end” by Nyttend ( is in the Public Domain

“Le Mans Hall” by Jaknelaps ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 (

“St. Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana” by Ken Lund ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 (

“Lotus Elise at the Story Inn” by The Pug Father ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

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“Budget-1 notre dame” by Adawson8 ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 (

“Washington Hall, Notre Dame” by Eccekevin ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 (

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36 thoughts on “Haunted Places in Indiana”

  1. Also Fox farm, which was Herb Baumeister’s farm. He was a serial killer that lived in Westfield, IN. He would pick men up in gay bars, get them to leave with him and kill them.

  2. Whispers Estates in Mitchell, Indiana is very haunted! They will make themselves known before entering the house! Truly amazing. Born and raised in Indiana, very close to Hanover actually. For such a sleepy little state, we have some awesome history!

  3. As a kid my father and I went to French Lick casino for breakfast and i felt anxious and didnt eat. I even left the building to wait outside. But there is an abandoned factory in Fort Wayne and i went to take pics. Now, I would lime to say I had been sneaking in for 2 years at that point so I kmew it well. But the last time I went I would go into rooms and end up at random rooms across the building.

  4. I live about 20 miles from the tunnelton tunnel and have walked through the entire tunnel about 5 or more times during the day and night and I’ve never seen or hear of ghost sightings there but that is very interesting about the graves in the construction.

  5. What about purple head bridge or 4 arch bridge or the lady in red or what about DePauw university …James Whitcomb Riley book there are a ton of stuff in Indiana crybaby cemetery devils gates ….best of all hundred steps in Staunton

  6. I’ve been to the Hanover college given my brother goes there, he got touched on the leg in the auditorium and he ran out so fast

  7. There is graveyard in my town where there is this statue of a little girl who died or something like that and ledgend has it when you go to the graveyard and you look at the statue there during the night you can see tears coming down her cheeks

  8. I've been to the psychic camp in Chesterfield. It's definitely weird as fuck. Check out the witch's circle outside of Middletown.

  9. 2:17


    Kid:Can I borrow a pencil?

    Me: Sure but give it back tomorrow.

    Kid: Yeah okay.


    //Looks in bag for pencil//


    //Quickly looks at the kid from yesterday and sees them chewing on my pencil.//

    You son of a bitch…

  10. I live in Indiana, you should check in on Devil's Backbone the road, it's claimed to be haunted and the lake there claims to be bottomless

  11. I live close to Attica, Indiana where the Mudlavia Hotel is. It's one of the most haunted places around here. I've been there ghost hunting and I'll never go back.

  12. No mention of Mounds State Park, in or near Anderson, where there are actual burial mounds of the Adena-Hopewell Native Americans. Also no mention of the infamous Camp Chesterfield, in Chesterfield, where lots of psychics and spiritualists congregate and work.

  13. The Story Inn had good food and is a cute little country store. We use to go to Brown County all the time when I was a kid, before we moved to Alabama. I had no ideal it was haunted. Looking back on it, I do remember a heaviness in the air all over that area. We use to camp at Turkey Run outside of Terre Haute too. Another beautiful but creepy area, just like much of Indiana, and Alabama too.

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