Midnight's Light Investigates Martindale House Tavern & Inn

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  1. Midnight'sLightParanormal

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    Oh really? We’ve never looked into there before. Indiana and Ohio are full of haunted locations.
     
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    The Story Inn...check it out. I may have a link about it.
     
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    I understand they are pretty good about teams coming in. I think there was a team there this weekend, actually.
     
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    I believe that I did a live chat banner on that place.
     
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    It seems that the geography of Southern Indiana is indeed limestone and Indiana Limestone has been used in the construction of 35 out of 50 state capitol buildings as well as the Pentagon, the Empire State Building, and the National Cathedral in Washington.
     
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    We will definitely have to look into this when we have a chance to travel for a bit.
     
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    Yup, I live on top of it, but I was looking at a slightly different area. We have quarries all over down here but the area in question is a bit to the east and sits on the Ohio border.
    There is somewhat of a geographic change in that area. There is a canal there, with a grist mill as well. Running water always serves as a conduit and mills are notorious for activity as well.
     

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