The Untold Story Of The Indiana City That Vanished Overnight
It’s certainly no secret that Indiana is a beautiful state full of rich history; in July 1800, it officially became a territory of the United States, and ever since it’s had more than its fair share of towns that came and went. Hindostan Falls, Indiana, was one such town.
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Today, the site of what used to be this bustling little town is now an Indiana State Fishing & Recreation area. There are no traces of the place that once existed here, though a memorial marker exists nearby to commemorate the rise (and fall) of a legendary Indiana town.
Have you ever heard of Hindostan Falls? Have you ever visited one of Indiana’s many ghost towns? Tell us your stories in the comments!