One of the most infamous murder cases in Indiana remains unsolved. What went wrong the night four teenage employees of Burger Chef dissappeared?
There’s always something happening in Indianapolis—and in Indianapolis’s history. Still, August is a particularly packed month. Here are some forgotten moments from the Circle City.
Today, most Hoosiers would recognize only the city of Muncie and maybe a few other, smaller spots in Delaware County. But the area boasts many more towns, some of which have disappeared, all of which have their own amazing stories.
Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis is one of the largest cemeteries in the world, housing the remains of some 200,000 souls from the richest of the rich to the poorest of the poor. That’s the way it...
Adapted from Wicked Columbus, Indiana> by Paul J. Hoffman One cold day, in the winter of 1877, Indiana’s youngest mayor and its oldest newspaper editor got in a nasty fistfight...
In 1816, Congress decided to give the state of Indiana four square miles to lay out a capital city. Four years later, the spot of that land was finally chosen near where Fall Creek meets the White...
How Two Hoosier Towns Ended up Shooting at Each Other: It was over a court house, and it involved a cannon. Today the “Wayne County Seat War” is a mostly forgotten conflict, but it...
SUBJECT WARNING: This story contains graphic detail of a 1982 Lafayette, Indiana murder. It is one of the strangest and most horrifying murder cases in Lafayette history—a case that is still difficult to read...
Just before dawn, on June 22, 1918, a train chugged toward Hammond, Indiana. The engineer had drifted asleep, and he did not see that his train was bearing down on another, idle train. The two trains collided,...
Was it a local magician, or something paranormal? It is one thing when a believer in spirits sees a ghost. It is another when a skeptic sees one. Such...

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