Starr Piano Building - Richmond IN Haunted Place
- S. 1st St.
- Richmond, IN
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This building dates back to the late-1800s and housed the Starr Piano Company, where they not old made and sold pianos and phonographs, but also housed Gennett Records. Here they recorded blues, jazz and country artists including Jelly Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong and Hoagy Carmichael. In the 1970s, the complex was demolished and its shell still stands to this day. The area is rumored to be haunted and there have been reports of footsteps, voices and a phantom truck seen at the loading dock. Cold spots have also been reported here.
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