One of the many places paranormal investigators like to investigate are cemeteries with known paranormal activity. Indiana has quite a few haunted cemeteries. Trying to find cemeteries that are haunted may be a little difficult. Search the internet. Find other groups that have been to cemeteries, see what they have said about the location. ALWAYS get permission to visit these places. Ask the other groups how they were able to get into a cemetery, if they got in there legally, they should be willing to give you the proper information.
Crown Hill Cemetery is the 4th largest cemetery in the United States. Crown Hill is located in Indianapolis, IN. It is known for numerous famous people buried here. It is also know for paranormal activity. They tours available for people to take. There are public and private tours. Visit their website for more information.
Hays Cemetery or Main street Cemetery, located in Greenfield, IN. This cemetery is known for it’s paranormal activity. There are a lot of accounts of paranormal activity. Check out a video found. Here is another video found taken during the day. Here is one paranormal group’s investigation notes on Hays Cemetery. Strange USA has some information on Hays Cemetery as well.
100 Step Cemetery is located in Brazil, IN. There is a legend with this cemetery that says if you walk up the cemetery stairs and count all 100 steps as you go, you’ll see the ghost of the very first undertaker used there. This man will supposedly show you a vision of your own death. If you count the steps once again you’ll die the way you foresaw. Otherwise someone will push you down the steps to your own death. Others claim that the steps change and when you count going down, there will be less steps than you counted on the way up. Is this legend true? Visit Angelfire for some other information on this cemetery.
Stepp Cemetery is located in the heart of the Mogan-Monroe State Forest. Proof Paranormal has been to Stepp Cemetery visit their website to see their results of their investigation. Many groups as well as locals have been out to Stepp Cemetery in hopes of getting a glimpse of the woman said to sit on the stump.
There are hundreds more haunted cemeteries in Indiana. If you are interested in going out to one or are looking for one in your area, search the internet. If you can not find out who owns the property to get permission call the local police, they will tell you if you are allowed in here or not.