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15 Secret Things In Indiana You Didn’t Know Existed

15 Secret Things In Indiana You Didn’t Know Existed

Castles usually conjure up far-away images of grand European destinations. But did you know there are castles right in our backyard? Check out these amazing American castles.

Wolf & Dessauer Christmas Lights in Fort Wayne, Indiana

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Soldier & Sailors' Monument at the Circle in the center of Indianapolis Have you been to the top? I have

In the 1940s Pat O'Brien, a New Orleans tavern owner mixed up a drink to get rid of some low tasting rum and served it up to sailors in old hurricane lamps. The Hurricane is the iconic drink of the French Quarter.

Paxton, Pekin, Pendleton, Peru, Plainfield, Portage-3, Porter, Richmond-2, Rochester-2, Roma City, Scottsburg, Shelbyville-3, Speedway, Spencer, Sunman, Tell City-2, Terre Haute-2, Upland-2, Valparaiso, Vevay, Warsaw, Westfield, West Lafayette, Westville.

Iconic Clabber Girl was born when a Terre Haute, Indiana wholesale company named Hulman Brothers added its own brand of baking powder. They called it Clabber, which is apparently a word for sour milk. A family owned business, Clabber Girl’s parent company, Hulman & Company, also owns the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.