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Can't get enough of creepy and paranormal sites in the Hoosier state? Be sure to add this haunted Indiana bridge to your list.

Indiana knowledge!! I passed with flying colors. how about you?

quiz for real Hoosiers!

If you are looking for a movie, the Indiana Theatre is the place to go!

If you are looking for a movie, the Indiana Theatre is the place to go!

The Loneliest Road in the US Cuts Through Southern Indiana

A Drive Down Indiana's Loneliest Road Will Take You Miles And Miles Away From It All

Do you love exploring new and beautiful sights in Indiana? Then you have to take this trip along the state's loneliest road.

Are you brave enough to complete this haunted hike? Walk through a creepy cemetery and more in this spooky Indiana state park...if you dare.

The Haunted Hike In Indiana Will Send You Running For The Hills

Morgan-Monroe State Forest Has The Most Haunted Hike In Indiana

1. Downtown Greensburg

These 11 Photos Of Indiana From The Early 1900s Are Beyond Fascinating

1. Downtown Greensburg

If you live in Indiana, this is THE Haunted Bridge. The triple-arch railroad trestle spans a rural road and White Lick Creek in Avon. A crumbling, weathered antiquity from 1906. A number of reputable publications have claimed that a worker was entombed in the concrete. There is another story of a young woman and her infant who plunged to their deaths; visitors claim to hear the screams of the worker at sundown, and see the mother looking for her child atop the bridge late at night.

If you live in Indiana, this is THE Haunted Bridge. The triple-arch railroad trestle spans a rural road and White Lick Creek in Avon. A crumbling, weathered antiquity from 1906. A number of reputable publications have claimed that a worker was entombed in the concrete. There is another story of a young woman and her infant who plunged to their deaths; visitors claim to hear the screams of the worker at sundown, and see the mother looking for her child atop the bridge late at night.

1. Here are school children of the Military Officers' Training Corps marching in formation for Chaplain George W. Williams, a graduate of the U.S. Army chaplain school at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana.

Most People Have Never Seen These 13 Photos Taken During WWII In Indiana

Here are school children of the Military Officers' Training Corps marching in formation for Chaplain George W. Williams, a graduate of the U. Army chaplain school at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana.

State Park Smiles in Limestone Country | Visit Indiana in the Fall

State Park Smiles in Limestone Country

The Holly And The Ivy by Jon Anderson

For many people, it's not really Christmas without A Christmas Story. The classic holiday movie was made in 1983 and is still rated one of the most.

The 11 Coolest Attractions In Indiana That Not Enough People Visit

The 11 Coolest Attractions In Indiana That Not Enough People Visit

Sycamore Row 2    Sycamore Row ~ This row of sycamores sprouted from freshly cut logs used in the 1830's to corduroy a swampy section of the historic Michigan Road, the first state road in Indiana, running from Madison to Michigan City.

Sycamore Row 2 Sycamore Row ~ This row of sycamores sprouted from freshly cut logs used in the to corduroy a swampy section of the historic Michigan Road, the first state road in Indiana, running from Madison to Michigan City.

The Underwater Monument City, Indiana is An Interesting Piece Of Indiana History

Most People Have No Idea This Underwater City In Indiana Even Exists

Did you know there was an underwater city located right in Indiana? Learn more about the Hoosier state's hidden Atlantis.

1. The Flood of 1913

Were you around for any of the natural disasters in the Hoosier state? Here are 6 of the worst disasters in Indiana history.

A Tour Of This Haunted Prison In Indiana Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

A Tour Of This Haunted Prison In Indiana Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

Looking for a real scare this fall? You need to check out this terrifying and creepy haunted prison in Indiana.

10. Once a Hoosier, always a Hoosier

10 Unwritten Rules Every Hoosier Lives By 'Til Death

You didn’t think I was going to neglect to include at least one cornfield, right? Whether you want to admit it or not, everyone thinks “corn” when you mention Indiana. This picture was taken near Noble County.

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