The Haunted Bar In Indiana That’s Been Around Since The 1800s
By Tori Jane|Published March 24, 2022
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The region that is now Indiana has been inhabited for a very, very long time. Long before colonizers came over from distant continents, Native people lived here and fought here, and the trade industry has been alive and well for almost as long. We go today back in time to 1850, when the building pictured below was first built. It was originally intended to be an upscale roadhouse and bar for travelers; instead, it went through many decades of salaciousness and controversy. It’s also got historic significance as part of the Underground Railroad. So, what’s the story behind the Slippery Noodle in Indianapolis? Is this haunted bar in Indiana really as spooky as they say?
Its history is dark. And there are plenty of folks who seem to have never left.
Have you ever experienced anything strange at this haunted bar in Indiana? Did you know the hauntings have been going on for so long? What do you think is going on here? Tell us your thoughts in the comments!