Ghost Stories at Washington Park East Cemetery

Event Details

Washington Park East 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 will spin spine-tingling tales. You can sit under the tent or under the stars. This is a night the whole family can enjoy. Free parking begins at 6:00 p.m. and the stories begin at 7:30 p.m. for Ghost Stories. Tickets must be purchased in advance.

You must print each ticket or have the bar code ready to scan on your smartphone. Each person must have their own ticket. We cannot save tickets for individuals arriving in other vehicles. NO REFUNDS. You’ll want to stake out your spot with blankets and lawn chairs before dark. Pack a picnic or buy food from one of the many food trucks on site. Beer and wine will be sold on-site. Carry-in alcohol is prohibited. 

Please note: The stories range from urban legends, literary tales and folktales and are not necessarily “ghost” stories. Highly recommended for families with school-aged children. Adults will love it too

Ages 5 and under: FREE
Ages 6-17: $10
Adults: $20
Carload (family members living under one roof): $50

Storytelling Arts of Indiana
Sponsored by Lewis Kappes
Media Sponsor: WFYI
ASL Interpreter sponsor: Jim Obermaier and Sally Perkins
Emcee sponsor: Paradox Dental 

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