Batcave? Blah! Elkhart Has the REAL Hall of Heroes

Designed after famous Hall of Justice from DC Comics, the HALL OF HEROES is the dream of Allen Stewart, a comic junkie who decided to give his collection of comic books and memorabilia a fitting home.

The Hoosier Home of America’s First Theme Park: Santa Claus Land

In 1941, retired Evansville industrialist Louis J. Koch found himself in Santa Claus, Indiana. The father of 9 children himself, Mr. Koch wondered why there was no Santa Claus to entertain children...

Once Upon a Market Square Arena…

At first glance, Market Square isn’t much to write home about – it was never the most famous sporting grounds in the state, or even the Indianapolis metro area...

The Indiana Legend of Stiffy Green

One day, while paying respect to her late husband, Mrs. Heinl found Stiffy’s deceased body. Out of respect to her husband, or his dog, or perhaps a bit of both, she took the corpse...

A Taste of Haunted Hoosier History…

If you’re planning a visit to Chesterton, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for a naked ghostly woman running along on the beach – it just might be Diana.

Five Movies You Didn’t Know Were Filmed in Indiana

You’d be surprised how many productions decided to stop in at the Crossroads of America and shoot a few scenes