Real Haunted Houses

Real Haunted House

Hannah House

Indianapolis, Indiana

This is house is said to have been built by a German immigrant upon arrival in the United States. During the nineteenth century, this house served as a station on the underground railroad. History says that there was a terrible fire one evening and all the slaves were burned to death in the basement. In order to maintain their secrecy, the owners walled up the section of the basement that held the dead bodies. Many have reported hearing screams and moans from the basement. In an upstairs room, a woman died in agony. Today, the room is plagued by blood drenched walls, the stench of decaying flesh, and the sound of a shrill female scream.

153 comments on this haunted house. Share your story »

153 Comments

Leave a comment

Courtney Fisher says:

July 31, 2014, 11:58 pm

My ex boyfriend lived right down the street from the nicholson mansion on w. Southport & mann road a young couple and 2 little kids livr there now I’ve always thought that house was haunted but brad(ex) said its not because it wasn’t built there that they moved it years ago but every single time we would go past it I always felt a pressence n my hair on my body always stood up its crazy n yes the house looks racody old yellow and btown paint and yes it did get possitioned wrong the back is faceing the street

DeAnna Lutes says:

October 4, 2014, 12:22 pm

I used to go there just to sit outside n soak up the energy . I’ve never been in but always drawn to go inside. My beliefs are very different than most .I believe I was a nurse in the Civil War era and had some connection to the slaves or underground rail road .Just a question to the historians or tenants/owners .Who was the nurse that was there who helped out frequently with the bloody apron that was emotionally involved or helped during the Underground RR ??? Any information would be helpful as my research hasn’t turned up anything but Harriet Tubman. Thank You in advance.

DeAnna Lutes says:

October 4, 2014, 12:26 pm

I used to go there just to sit outside n soak up the energy . I’ve never been in but always drawn to go inside. My beliefs are very different than most .I believe I was a nurse in the Civil War era and had some connection to the slaves or underground rail road in a past life .Just a question to the historians or tenants/owners .Who was the nurse that was there who helped out frequently with the bloody apron that was emotionally involved or helped during the Underground RR ??? Any information would be helpful as my research hasn’t turned up anything but Harriet Tubman. Thank You in advance.

Leave a Comment

Name (required)

Email (will not be published) (required)

Website

Please use correct grammar, capitalization, and punctuation. Let's try to keep this place looking classy.
Real Haunts reserves the right to remove any comment that does not adhere to this requirement or is otherwise
inappropriate. Any post containing a link will be flagged for moderation due to recent comment spam. Feel free
to include relevant links, but please know that it will delay your post.

About Real Haunts

Do you believe in the supernatural?

This is the best resource for haunted houses, spooky stories, ghostly tales and all things paranormal.

 

We have mountains of stories about ghosts, ghouls, and specters.

Sitemap

HomeStatesSubmit a Haunt

 

Copyright © 1998-2019

The Dumb Network LLC

Privacy Policy