Historic Hannah House
Indianapolis is a hopping sports town, but it also has a haunted history! The Hannah House was built in 1898 by Alexander Moore Hannah. He was best known for being a passionate abolitionist, and the Hannah House was a stop on the underground railroad during the Civil War. Many believe that is the main reason behind the hauntings. One night, while slaves were hiding, an oil lamp was knocked over, turning the once-safe basement where they were held, into an incinerator. When Alexander awoke to find the dead bodies, he buried them in his basement for fear he would be reprimanded for taking part in the underground railroad. The basement seems to be a center of activity, as does the second floor bedroom, which occasionally smells like rotting flesh.
3801 Madison Ave, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, +1 317 787 8486