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Mounds State Park

Mounds State Park

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  • Date Posted: May 2, 2014
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  • Address: Mounds State Park, Anderson, IN 46017

Anderson, Indiana:

Anderson is a city with just under 60,000 residents. It is located in the central part of the state in Madison County, Indiana.

Mounds State Park

Mounds State Park is purportedly inhabited by little blue-gowned dwarves. They live in the park as well as along the White River in Loblesville, according to Anderson locals. They are known as the puk-wu-dies according to a Delaware Indian legend. The puk-wu-dies are a tribe of little people who lives in the forests in Indiana.

Other Related Haunts:

There are a variety of other haunts near Anderson, Indiana of the “ghost” variety. These include the Cry Baby Bridge in Anderson or the Cry Baby Bridge in Pendleton. Down the road is the Main Street Graveyard and other famous haunts in the city include the Gruenwald Historic House and Lindberg Road.

Resources: (1909-2012). Crybaby Bridge. Retrieved September 28, 2012 from

Wikipedia (2012). Anderson, Indiana. Retrieved September 28, 2012 from,_Indiana

Yahoo! Inc (2012). Where is crybaby bridge at in Anderson Indiana? Retrieved September 28, 2012 from


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