One of Indiana's famously haunted cemeteries, Stepp Cemetery has only about two dozen grave markers remaining, which are quite crumbled. There are several legends consuming this cemetery. One, that it was founded by a cult who sacrificed small animals and participated in orgies. Another is the story of a mourning mother who's child died and was buried there. Lore has it that she went to the grave site and dug up her child's corpse, then took her own life.
The USS Alabama, also known as the â??Mighty Aâ?, has found its final resting place in Mobile Bay. Ask some of the visitors of this military attraction and they will tell you that other entities have also found their eternal place in Mobile Bay as well. Since the 680-foot ship was brought home to its namesake in 1965, many have described experiences that make this unique attraction definitely original.
There is a historical building where a women, who was pregnant, lived with her husband. Her husband was abusive and beat her hard and often. One day she stood in the middle of the drive and slit one wrist. Before she died she said "Jeff, leave me alone!" Right down the road is a tree that hangs over the road and once in a while you'll see her and her little baby happy on the limb.
Way on back in the 1800's a young women was running away from slave hunters. She had her young baby with her. The baby kept crying and she drowned the baby in a creek so he wouldn't give her away. Today if you go back into the woods at night you can hear and sometimes see the little baby crying and looking for his mother.
This house was the site of Indiana's most atrocious murders. A man came home after a tough day at work and snapped. He decapitated his entire family and placed their heads on fence posts. Before police arrived, the man shot himself in the mouth. Today, the house is haunted. Many have seen heads strewn throughout the house upon first glance only to later see them disappear.
This house is haunted by the spirits of the people who died of fatal diseases in the 1920s.