The Slippery Noodle Inn, Indianapolis, IN

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As Indianapolis' longest-running bar, the Slippery Noodle is the site of some of the best live Blues music in the country. The bar originally opened its doors in 1850 but has had many names, several owners and plenty of mystery surrounding it since then. It has served as an Inn, a restaurant, a brothel and even as a stop on the Underground Railroad during and shortly after the American Civil War. Its storied history has led to investigations of paranormal activity on all three levels of the building and this episode explores the historic connection to the haunted rooms of the second story to the eerie feelings and sightings of bodies and bones in the dirt-floored basement. Featured in this episode, Unseen Press owners Michael and Nicole Kobrowski, who share their experiences of their favorite haunted hangout.