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Metamora, Indiana, United States
Whitewater Valley Paranormal Society is a group of like-minded people who have had experiences with the paranormal, or who have an interest in making sense of some phenomena that seem to be unexplainable. We began the society in September 2011, which is an off-shoot of the Southeast Indiana Paranormal Society, to begin investigating some paranormal activity that has been reported over the years in the historical canal town of Metamora, Indiana. We will be investingating other areas in and around the Whitewater Valley area. Many of our investigations are local to the Whitewater River Valley area, however, there are some that are a result of some of our travels. We welcome stories and photos from others in the area who would like to share their experiences

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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Metamora Ghost Walk Tours Were a HUGE SUCCESS!

The ghost walk tours on October 28 & 29 in Metamora, Indiana were a huge success!  We had a lot of people who were quite surprised by the stories they heard, the spirits that still linger, and the photos of orbs and energy anomalies that they captured. 

On Friday, October 28 we had a Ball State grad, Logan, who was making a documentary film about Metamora, follow our tour and film our entire investigation.  Logan promised to share the film footage with us, so we will be sure to post some clips from it in the near future.  Until then, we thought we would share some of the awesome photos we have had submitted to us from some of the people who went on the ghost walk tour (see our photo albums in the right side menu).

Saturday, October 29 we had a great group of people on the tour.  We did a lot more walking around outside, so some of our fingers and toes were a bit frozen.  By the time we got back to the Meeting House and another log was thrown on the fire, we all settled in nice and snug for a showing of "Metamora Ghosts Caught in Action", the Whitewater Valley Paranormal Society's presentation of anomalies captured during our investigations of Metamora, Indiana.


Saturday, October 29, 2011

Metamora Ghost Walk Tours: A REAL Paranormal Experience!

Do you believe in ghosts?
Had a paranormal experience?
Do you see or feel spirits?

Join us for a Ghost Walk Tour in Metamora, Indiana, a National Register Historic District; as we explore the area in search of spirits (those who loved this town and have lingered on).  Take a lantern-led evening stroll through one of Franklin County’s oldest towns and discover our ghosts and legends.  Learn how to capture paranormal phenomena on your digital camera, as well as about other tools that can be used to capture voices, changes in temperature etc., plus, learn how to use your own senses, and especially your sixth sense to detect the presence of ghosts (a great EMF, EVP tool is an app for SmartPhones called Ghost Hunter All In One, which can be used right from your phone to detect changes in electromagnetic frequency and can capture and analyze electronic voice phenomenon).  At the end of this guided tour, there will be a showing of “Metamora Ghosts Caught in Action” at Meeting House Antiques. 

 Here is your chance to feel the presence of those that walked this earth before us, and hear the ghost tales from several of the “living” residents of this quaint historic town.

 Friday & Saturday, October 28 & 29
Tours begin at 9:00 PM  

We will be leaving from the Meeting House Antiques  building.   Please be at the Meeting House 15 minutes prior to the walk.  Walk goes on rain or moonshine.  Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress appropriately for the weather.  We don’t want you to confuse the goose bumps on your arms with chill bumps!  (And don’t forget to bring your digital camera, video camera, voice recorder, or SmartPhone with the Ghost Hunter All in One App).

Admission: Tickets are available on a first come-first serve basis, beginning October 8, at Luna’s Garden & Meeting House Antiques in Metamora, IN  47030.  Advance tickets are $15.00 for adults and children age 14 and over, if purchased before 5pm on October 28. (NO children under age 14.  All minors MUST be accompanied by an adult.)  Tickets will also be available the night of the walk for $20.00.  Those without advance tickets will be accommodated as space allows. Cash or check only (no credit cards). No reservations will be accepted.

Master Psychic Victor Hugo will be available throughout each tour for guidance and spiritual questions, and will also conduct a sage smudging to remove any unwanted spirit attachments.

Notice:  This is a private event sponsored by the Whitewater Valley Paranormal Society, and is in no way affiliated with the Merchants Association of Metamora or Historic Metamora, Inc.

Download a flyer for this event HERE

Update - 10/29/2011:  The ghost walk was great on Friday night.  We had a lot of interesting energy that was captured by cameras.  Everyone was showing other group members what they had on their digital cameras, and they were really excited!  We can't wait to see what everyone gets tonight.  We urge everyone to share their photos, experience etc. with us by emailing them to

As we were discussing the Anness Drug Store that was in the Falkner-Pierce Drugstore building until the early 1960's (currently Grannies Cookie Jars and Ice Cream Parlor), and talking about how the main road, the canal, and the railroad all three ran right through the middle of Metamora, and how the town and it's historic buildings were saved due to US 52 being re-routed north of the town (in part by the work and dedication of Milford Anness who passed away in 1992),  we got this interesting photo:

We were asked by a facebook friend to tell a former Metamora Hotel resident (when the building was used for apartments) named Walter "Hello" for her.  She told us that she is sure that he is still there.  After we told him this message from his friend, we believe he may have let his presence be known, as seen it the photo below.  Perhaps he is watching over his old home:

Think Spirits Aren't Real?

If you think dis-embodied spirits don't exist - think again! Check out this video by Baxter King, of some of the world's best examples of ghosts caught on film. Are these photos and videos real or fakes? You decide!

Start video and click on 4 arrows to view in full screen mode.
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