Mitchell Is Allegedly One Of Indiana's Most Haunted Small Towns
Indiana has more than its share of rumored hauntings and paranormal activity. But if you ask anyone about the most haunted small town in the Hoosier State, you’re likely to get one answer: Mitchell Indiana.
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Besides Whispers Estate, are there more haunted places in Mitchell Indiana?
Indiana is filled with lots of haunted places. And one of the most haunted is Whispers Estate. The stories of the dead orphans and patients are terrifying and will keep you up at night. Though Mitchell isn’t known to have many other haunted places, there are certainly other places in Indiana that are just as bone-chilling. They include the Central State Hospital in Indianapolis. Built in 1848, this psychiatric hospital housed mentally ill and criminally insane people. And rumor has it, the patients were treated awfully; some committed suicide on the property, while others died of mysterious circumstances. It is said that the remains of many patients who passed away were buried on the property. Some former staff reported hearing screams coming from various sections of the building and reported seeing shadows as well as witnessing paranormal activity. The hospital was finally closed in 1994 but has remained a hot spot for curious paranormal enthusiasts. Other haunted places in Indiana include the Old Blackford County Jail and the Highland Lawn Cemetery. You can read more about them in our article explaining why Indiana might just be the most haunted place in America.
What are some activities to do in Mitchell Indiana?
While Mitchell Indiana is famously known for Whispers Estate, there is another attraction that has visitors flocking to the charming town. And that is Spring Mill State Park, and it’s one of the most beautiful parks in the Hoosier State. The park is dedicated to the preservation of pioneer living and there is so much to do and see. This 1,300-acre haven has a pioneer village, a memorial, a nature center, caves, mills, waterfalls, and a natural spring flowing through the park. And you can camp, hike, tour the caves, swim, and so much more. This gorgeous park is definitely worthy of your bucket list. You can read more about Spring Mill State Park in our previous article. Along with the park, you must visit Carousel Winery. It’s a hidden gem where you can spend an afternoon sampling wine and admiring the views of the rolling hills of the countryside. Be sure to plan a day trip to see these two gems in Mitchell Indiana.