Indiana’s Haunted Halloween Hot Spots

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Looking for spooky entertainment this Halloween season?

If you’re in the Indianapolis area, catch a performance of the Dark Pages mystery play, held Fridays and Saturdays in October at Morris-Butler House. The interactive show, featuring characters such as Sherlock Holmes, Edgar Allen Poe and Lizzie Borden, invites the audience to solve clues as they go from room to room.

Indy also plays host to Ghost Tales of the Witch and Famous at the President Benjamin Harrison Home, the Headless Horseman at Conner Prairie and Halloween walking tours at Crown Hill Cemetery.

Scare-seekers in the northern part of the state can visit the legendary Haunted Hotel in Huntington, while those in the south can try to escape from the living dead at the Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm, located just east of Evansville.

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