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- At the Story Inn in the town of Story a guest room is supposedly haunted by a ghost known as "the Blue Lady". Little is known of who she might be, or why she might haunt that room, but her alleged presence is mentioned in many separate guestbook entries. According to some, she seems more likely to appear if a certain table-lamp is turned on.
- Willard Library, a public library in Evansville, is reportedly haunted by the ghost of a woman called "the Grey lady". Willard Library was started building in 1876 but due to a depressed economy, was halted in 1877, it was finally completed in 1885. Policemen who responded to a security alarm in the library thought they saw "two ghosts" in an upstairs window of the library. A number of unexplained occurrences have happened at Willard such as, water turned on or off, smell of perfume, feeling of cold, noises, books and furniture found moved, feeling of touch on hair, and odd items found in the library. Every October, ghost tours are held at Willard library where people look for the Grey Lady.
- Black Moon Manor, a home in rural Greenfield, Indiana, is reportedly haunted by the spirits of those who lived and died in the home. Being the first home built in Hancock County, Indiana, it was also used as a hospital during a small pox outbreak in the area. The Eastes family (which owned the Manor) died strange and unusual deaths. There is a "cemetery" behind the house where many members of the Eastes family, as well as those who died from small pox in the home, are buried. That, too, is reportedly haunted. An upcoming episode of Ghost Adventures on the Travel Channel will show the group's "Lockdown" at Black Moon. Many other paranormal investigators around the U.S. have examined the area and obtained evidence of true paranormal activity. Many high-quality EVPs have been recorded in the home, as well as apparitions and orbs. Black Moon Manor was investigated by Ghost Adventures with the episode airing on October 12, 2012
- Whispers Estate, a home in Mitchell, Indiana, was ranked 4th in the Travel Channel presentation "Most Terrifying Places in America" which aired on Oct 29, 2010.