By Courtney Johnston|Updated on May 10, 2021(Originally published May 05, 2021)
Courtney's originally from the East Coast, but has found a charming new home in Indiana. She loves checking out local music, reading, and trying new food. She's also a little too addicted to coffee and has a Maine Coon cat she answers to.
Up for a little adventure? As the weather starts to warm up, you might be looking for new ways to get out of the house and explore a little. Cure your cabin fever with the ultimate of Indiana road trips: a map of some of the most haunted places in Indiana. If you’re into ghost stories and creepy history, this road trip will give you your fill of some of the creepiest places in Indiana.
Think you have the guts to survive this ultimate haunted Indiana road trip? Do you have any spooky stops people should add?
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What are some more haunted places in Indiana?
If you're looking for more of the creepiest places in Indiana, we've got you covered! If you're in Indianapolis, we've got a list. The Hannah House is truly haunted: it was once a part of the Underground Railroad, and many slaves tragically died in a fire. It is said that they can still be sensed there today. The Hoosier State even boasts an entire haunted town! Angola has been known throughout history as an anti-church town that had many resident witches and mediums.
What are some creepy cemeteries in Indiana?
Like most states, Indiana has a rich history of old cemeteries that are rumored to be haunted. We've got a list for you if you'd like to check some out. It's said that Batson Cemetery in Warren has a step that disappears on your way out! Greenlawn Cemetery in Vincennes is the oldest cemetery in Indiana at over 200 years old. Needless to say, it has a lot of history and a lot of stories to tell!
What are some Indiana ghost stories?
Hoosiers have plenty of stories they love to tell around the campfire. The Avon Bridge in Hendricks County had a troubled building in which a construction worker was said to have been buried alive. It was too costly to remove his body, so it was left inside of the bridge. It is said that you can still hear his screams even today. We've got a whole list of Indiana ghost stories for you: if you don't want to be scared, maybe don't go to any of the locations at night!