The Fowler Theatre In Indiana Has A Beautiful And Spooky History
Let’s face it: Indiana is an old state, with tons upon tons of interesting history. However, sometimes, that history can be a little weird or, in some cases, kind of dark. In the case of the Fowler Theatre, there were some pretty dark times – a manager was said to have committed suicide in 1968, though whether he died at the theatre or not is debated. But, for the most part, the history remains fairly innocuous. However, what occurred at the theatre once renovations began was, and is to this day, some legitimately scary stuff. The Fowler might be one of the most haunted places in Indiana, but honestly, we are totally about it.
So, what do you think? Would you book a paranormal investigation at the theater for yourself or would you go on a tour? Do you have any tales of spooky happenings at the Fowler of your own? What haunted places in Indiana would you like to see us cover? Tell us about it all in the comments!
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