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$149 Per Person

Many houses have a story. The diabolical Monroe House fights to keep its story hidden…Forever!

The Monroe House is one of the darkest and most terrifying locations in Hartford City, Indiana.

Reported activity includes voices, shadows, unexplained sounds, and physical attacks.

Monroe House Ghost Hunt, Haunted, Paranormal
Monroe House Ghost Hunt, Haunted, Paranormal

Event Start Time: 8:00pm

Event Finish Time: 4:00am

Your ghost hunt at The Monroe House includes the following:

Exclusive Access to the most haunted areas.

Small Guest Numbers.

Ghost Hunting Vigils.

Structured Vigils.

Ghost Hunt with experienced Ghost Hunting Team.

Use of our equipment which includes, trigger objects and EMF Meters.

Private time to explore this location and to undertake your very own private vigils.

Unlimited refreshments available throughout the night including: Coffee, Coca Cola, Diet Coke, and Bottled Water.

Location History

Sitting quietly atop a hill in Hartford City is a white, two-story house, overlooking the neighborhood.

At first glance, this house could easily be seen as just another forgotten relic of earlier times gone by.

You are standing in front of an absolutely formidable and frightening location…The Monroe House!

The history of the Monroe House is incomplete and fragmented. It is believed the house was built in 1892 by John Berger, replacing an unknown structure built in the 1860’s. John Berger died shortly after from tuberculosis. After the death of John Berger, the property was damaged by a fire in the shed.

After the death of John Berger, the property was rented to the Miars family. Ulysses Miars was a well-respected figure of the community. Shortly after moving into the Monroe House, Ulysses Miars became angry and abusive without explanation. Ulysses eventually took his money and disappeared.

These events led to citizens of the community wondering if Monroe House had some sort of curse. Over the next 100 years, no tenant stayed in the house for more than one year. Whispers around Hartford City told of the possibilities of occult activity taking place in the basement during the 1990’s.

The house was bought by Pam and Eddie Norris in 2003. Due to the stories of paranormal activity, Monroe House has become a highly sought spot for paranormal investigators, television shows, and those looking to uncover the past that Monroe House fights so hard to keep hidden.

The Paranormal

Every haunting has a past. But no location fights as hard as the Monroe House to keep it buried forever!

Some of the darkest and most frightening paranormal activity that you may ever witness can occur anywhere inside the Monroe House.

As serene as the Monroe House looks on the outside, the environment takes on a different feel as you step through the front door.

Try not to slip in the kitchen area as unexplained puddles of water are known to suddenly appear, objects move on their own, and mysterious noises are heard.

Find out how long you last in the basement where human remains were found in 2016 during an episode of “Paranormal Lockdown”, physical attacks have occurred, and unexplained voices are heard.

A visit to any room in the home can result in shadows, noises, or the feeling of being watched. In walking around the second floor, you may see or hear something that appears to mimic others.

Can you survive a night in the place that has led many paranormal investigators to flee in fear? Join us as we take you into the Monroe House, where you may receive the fright of your life!

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