Ghost Stories at Crown Hill Cemetery

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Presented by Storytelling Arts of Indiana at Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis IN

Oct 12
Ghost Stories at Crown Hill Cemetery

Seven Hoosier storytellers spin spine-tingling tales under a tent, turning up the fright factor as the night goes on.

Historic Crown Hill Cemetery is the backdrop for the spookiest night of the season. This event has quickly become a tradition and one of the most iconic fall events in the city. Seven Hoosier storytellers spin spine-tingling tales under a tent, turning up the fright factor as the night goes on. This a night the whole family can enjoy.

You’ll want to stake out your spot with blankets and lawn chairs before darkness fall. Fuel up at the RIP Reception, pack a picnic or order from one of the

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ADMISSION INFO

Adults: (18+): $20 advance/$25 gate
Students (ages 10-17): $10 advance/$15 gate
Children (10 and under): FREE
Families (All living under one roof): $50 advance/$55 gate
or at the gate.
RIP and Ghost Stories (Must be 21 to attend the RIP): $40 advance, $45 gate

Contact: 317-576-9848

Email: Ellen@storytellingarts.org

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

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Start off this fright night right by treating yourself to a VIP experience. Complimentary food and drinks from Sun King Brewery, Mass Ave Wine and The Food Guys. Meet the storytellers and enjoy the company of fellow guests at Crown Hill’s Waiting Station, built in 1885 as the cemetery gatekeepers’ office. Enjoy the music of Unholy Trio, play Halloween trivia and choose a decorated pumpkin to take home. Event is from 5-7 P.M. Must be 21+ to attend.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

Crown Hill Cemetery

3400 Boulevard Place, Indianapolis, IN 46208

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ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Assisted Listening System
    • Sign Language
    • Wheelchair Access

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