Hauntings at Revenant Acres Farm

Revenant Acres Farm is an old haunted farmhouse located in the tiny burg of Charlottesville, Indiana, about 35 miles east of Indianapolis on US-40 (aka Historic National Road). The area was platted in 1830 and in 1867 was large enough to be incorporated into a town, but is no longer. Lots of little communities just like this dot this old route to the west and I’m sure they’re filled with cool abandoned imagery and haunted happenings.

Hauntings at Revenant Acres Farm | Lis'Anne HarrisA revenant is a person who returns after a lengthy absence, more commonly thought of as one who returns from the dead.
Hauntings at Revenant Acres Farm | Lis'Anne Harris Hauntings at Revenant Acres Farm | Lis'Anne HarrisHauntings at Revenant Acres Farm | Lis'Anne Harris Some of this old home’s history and more pictures can be found at Revenant Acres Farm. You can even schedule a paranormal investigation and check it out for yourself!

Here are a couple of images I ran across while on Google maps in Charlottesville of an old, crumbling building. So sad that it wasn’t maintained over the years and kept as a viable storefront. Of course it’s not too late for someone to swoop in and save it!

Hauntings at Revenant Acres Farm | Lis'Anne Harris Hauntings at Revenant Acres Farm | Lis'Anne Harris

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2 thoughts on “Hauntings at Revenant Acres Farm

  1. OMG! This is the first I have heard about this Farm. I went to Charlottesville High School/Eastern Hancock. I have passed this house thousands of times. Will definitely be checking this out. Next time you are in Madison, should check out the Schenck Mansion Bed & Breakfast which has a ghostly lady living there. Thanks for sharing. Sue

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    • I had no idea you’re from the Charlottesville area! I’ve heard of the Schenck Mansion, but will have to investigate further. This girl needs to invest in a thermal imaging device and a evp recorder before I head home next summer! 😀

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