We are firmly entrenched in October. From the moment the calendar clicks over from September 30th to October 1st, nearly everyone turns their focus to the next major "holiday" that's not really a holiday in terms of businesses/government offices being closed, Halloween. If you count yourself as a fan of the spooky season, Indiana has a few places you may want to visit to get you in the spirit.

For 31 days every year, all things creepy and scary get their moment to shine. (Supposedly) haunted houses, ghost stories, zombies, and everything in between all take the spotlight as people who love the adrenaline rush of a good scare look for a way to get their fix.

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The Hoosier State has no shortage of stories and urban legends about ghosts, ghouls, monsters, and other "supernatural" phenomena that can't quite be explained by conventional wisdom. We even have our fair share of places that while they may not be the location for any of those stories, their names alone are enough to give you the heebie jeebies.

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