Real Haunted Happenings event coming to Corydon Capitol State Historic Site

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Real Haunted Happenings event coming to Corydon Capitol State Historic Site

CORYDON, Indiana (Oct. 9, 2019) – On Oct. 26, take a walk on the spooky side while hearing stories about unexplained events from the past and present during Real Haunted Happenings at Corydon Capitol State Historic Site.

WHAT: Explore Indiana’s first state capitol building and the Governor’s Mansion by lantern light during one of two tours. Travel through the buildings where visitors and staff alike have witnessed a ghost-like lady in red, unexplained footsteps coming from areas where no one else is located and more. Plus, see videos of mysterious instances during the tour. Just be warned – unexplained happenings still happen at these locations, so join only if you dare.

Reservations are required by Oct. 26, and tickets can be purchased online at indianamuseum.org/calendar or by calling (812) 738-4890. Tickets are $13/members and $15/non-members.

WHEN: Tours begin at 8 or 9:30 p.m., Oct. 25; each tour lasts approximately 90 minutes.

WHERE: Corydon Capitol State Historic Site, 202 E. Walnut St., Corydon, IN

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Corydon Capitol State Historic Site is part of the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. The Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites is located in White River State Park in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. It is Indiana’s museum for science, art and culture, offering a place where you can celebrate, investigate, remember, learn and take pride in Indiana’s story in the context of the broader world. Even the building is a showcase of the best Indiana has to offer in architecture, materials and sculpture. Easy and convenient parking is available in the attached underground garage. 

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