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Hauntings of the Hoosier State
The Hoosier State is home to a wide range of haunted sites and locations (not to mention Indiana haunted houses), most of which have a long, spooky history and have been confirmed haunted by genuine ghost hunters.
The Cry Baby Bridge – Located in Anderson, Indiana, the nickname of the bridge stems from the story that a car carrying a baby crashed. The baby was not found when the police came and it was left. Supposedly if you cross the bridge, you can often hear the faint cry of an infant.
The Barbee Hotel – The famed hotel on Barbee Lake was once a high-class resort during the time of Al Capone. The notorious American gangster would stay there often, always in room 301. Since his death in 1947, hotel employees have reported strange sightings and unexplainable events, such as the smell of cigar smoke in room 301, strange footsteps and an unknown old man that sits at a booth in the bar and seems to disappear before anyone can approach him.
Step Family Cemetery – Located right in the Hoosier National Forrest, legend has it two brothers fought over the inheritance of their father’s land and killed each other. They were buried in the cemetery before the land become part of the National Forrest. Visitors have reported odd happenings in the area with the cemetery, such as car engines suddenly dying or sightings of apparitions.
The Guyer Opera House – The Guyer Opera House in Lewisville has a number of ghosts, commonly referred to as the “Guyer Ghosts,” that supposedly haunt the building. One is said to be a little boy that was killed in the early 1900s during a Wild West gun show. During the show, a bullet ricocheted into the audience killing the boy. The founder of the opera house who died the same year it opened is also said to haunt it; in fact, his funeral was held in the auditorium.
Hauntworld Reviews Indiana Haunted Houses
Welcome to our Indiana Haunted House and Halloween Attraction page where you can find all sorts of haunted houses in Indiana. Some of our favorite haunted houses in Indiana are located on this page. Listed below are some of the best haunts you can find in the state of Indiana. If you know of a haunted house, haunted hayride, ghost tour, real haunted house, haunted attraction, scary attraction, or Halloween attraction in Indiana please refer those attractions to our site so they may create a FREE listing. If you you would like to review one of the attractions we have listed please create an account. Once you create a user account you may post your reviews and rate any haunted houses on our system.
The Haunted Hotel in Huntington, Indiana bring to life the reason why there is no 13th floor in hotels. The residents of the Haunted Hotel love when visitors drop in, they love it so much not everyone gets to leave when they are thru. This is a nightmareish place where you worst fears and darkest horrors come to live. The souls of those who dies in the Warwick hotel are trapped and they want you to feel the hell they did. Click here for more www.hauntedhuntington.com
There are also some great haunted houses not far from Indiana some of the ones we recommend are below.
In Ohio you have to see The Haunted Cave at Lewisburg in Lewisburg, Ohio. Located 80 feet below ground this haunted house brings to life the real creatures that only live in the darkness below the soil. Thousands of bats are lurking on the walls waiting to suck your blood. Getting in the cave is easy, trying to find your way out may kill you. Visit them online at www.hauntedcaveatlewisburg.com for details.
Also is Ohio near Columbus is Dead Acres 50,000 square feet of pure hell. You will be terrifed and tormented until monsters, zombies, murders and ghosts have you begging for your life. This is a haunted house like no other. Professional actors and state of the art technology. Take a peek into hell at www.deadacres.com
Statesville haunted Prison in Crest Hill, Illinois is one of America'a most frightening haunted house in the country. The inmates of this prison will show you unspeakable horrors of tortured inmates as you are lead through more than 30 of the prisions maximum security cells where some of the most insane prisioners were held. Visit www.statesville.org for more details.
In Lexington, Kentucky you will find SCREAMPARK one of Kentucky's BIGGEST haunted houses, providing the SCARIEST scares. Screampark is an indoor haunted attraction so rain or shine, we plan on scarying the guts out of you. If you think you have the guts that is. Do you have the guts? Click here www.scarylexinton.com
In St. Louis, Missouri you will find one of the nations top ranked haunted house in the country, THE DARKNESS. The floors will move beneath your feet, the man who lost his arm is looking for the person who might have it and he won't stop until he knows. Two floors of pure hell await you. Someone is watching, someone is waiting in, THE DARKNESS. Visit them online at www.scarefest.com
Also in St. Louis, Missouri is Creepyworld Haunted Attraction. FOUR haunted houses in one location for one price. The corn maze may appear uninhabited but souls of the lost are waiting to attack, a hayride from hell will have you screaming in fear, and silo-x has been rated as one of the scariest haunted houses in the nation. For more on Creeoyworld click here www.scarefest.com
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Industrial Nightmare (Jeffersonville, IN)
There are many haunts that are doing big things in the industry that are innovative and down right awe-inspiring. Industrial Nightmare is one of these haunts, but it hasn’t always been the impressive haunt it is today. Back when Industrial Nightmare first opened it was known as the mother of all haunted houses and at the time it deserved that honor.
But slowly scenes were removed and it just seemed like the owners were making a haunt just for the sake of profit. At one point to give it the appearance of a brand new haunt, the name was changed from Industrial Nightmare to Fear Factory. But most people caught on to what was occurring. But thankfully in 2006 Terry Cambell the owner of The Haunted Hotel decided to take ownership of Industrial Nightmare and Todde Moore would take over The Haunted Hotel.
Terry Cambell was determined to bring Industrial Nightmare back to its glory days and was on a mission to make a big impact on the haunt industry. Unfortunately there was a huge flood and much of the new props were destroyed that were to be used for 2006. But either way it was a huge improvement with enhanced scenes, timed scares and very impressive animatronics. But 2007 would mark a new beginning for Industrial Nightmare. It was essentially a brand new haunt with new innovative scenes never before seen in a haunt and much of the industrial factory theme was removed to make room for authentic horror movie scenes that you would think were made in a movie studio.
Movie scenes such as Freddy's Boiler Room, Camp Crystal Lake, Michael Myers Escape, and Pin Heads Chain room have been incorporated into the haunt and are some of most detailed I've seen. Other rooms include a haunted bathroom, clown room, shrinking hall way and much more. But the most impressive and innovative rooms goes to the laser light claustrophobia room. You’ll first see bright flashing laser lights off in the distance as you walk down a ramp. Once you are on flat ground you’re trapped by large black air bags that go on forever. It’s the largest claustrophobia room you’ll ever experience and really replicates the feeling of drowning in a black swamp.
But if this wasn’t enough there were two more haunts at the 50,000 square foot Industrial Nightmare Complex. Once you exited Industrial Nightmare you walked straight into the next line for Dementions.