Paranormal Investigations - Ghost Hunts

Unseenpress.com, Inc - Historic Indiana Ghost Walks & Tours partners with non-profit Organizations to provide Paranormal Investigations (Ghost Hunts) of historic buildings in Indiana. The non-profits receive the profits and our customers and ourselves get to investigate great haunted places!

Just like with our ghost walks we strictly limit the number of people on these investigations. We want everyone to have a great experience and have a chance to try to get real evidence.

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Downtown Noblesville, Indiana

The Old Jail & Sheriffs Residence in Noblesville, Hamilton County, Indiana was built in 1876 around the same time the new Courthouse was built. We had numerous investigations in this building and we as well as customers have gotten a lot of evidence. EVPs, pictures, physical... click to read more. 

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Downtown Lebanon, Indiana

Paranormal Investigation of the Strange N. Cragun Home. This is a fundraiser for the Boone County Historical Society that operates this building.

Explore the spaces of history and hauntings.

The generations of family that lived there and put their stamp on Lebanon, IN. Past paranormal experiences included shadow people, footsteps that couldn't be placed, things moving around, a girl talking to a ghost girl in the dining room mirror, people being touched in bedroom closets. click to read more

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Old Northside Indianapolis, Indiana

This is a fundraiser for the Indiana Landmarks Non-Profit that owns and operates this building as an event venue.
 

The Morris-Butler House in Indianapolis takes its name from two families who lived there in the nineteenth century. In 1864, John Morris commissioned the construction of his home on land once owned by Ovid Butler, the founder of Butler University.

Morris was one of the first to move to the new suburb north of downtown. The area quickly became the city’s most fashionable place to live. The Morris family occupied the house until 1878. Noble Butler, a bankruptcy lawyer, moved into the Second Empire-style house three years later with his wife and seven children. The family stayed until Florence Butler, the youngest daughter, died in 1957. Her survivors emptied the house and held an estate auction. click to read more

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Athenaeum Building - Das Deutsche Haus

Downtown Indianapolis, Chatham-Arch Lockerbie/Mass Ave area.

This huge building built starting in 1893 is a Jewel of downtown Indianapolis. It became a National Historic Landmark in 2016! Haunted by German-Americans and others that came through it has been busy from the start and is to this day. Hauntings happen there at all times of the day, but of course we investigate late at night. 13-14 different areas provide a very satisfying investigation in this popular place... click to read more. (More coming soon)