Paul Ruster Park Cemetery

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The ghost of a little boy who was killed beside the nearby train tracks is said to walk along the paths or the nearby roadway playing his harmonica.

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Paul Ruster Park
Indianapolis, IN
United States

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39.75775207194988, -85.96463441837841
Marion County, Indiana
Nearest Towns:
Cumberland, IN (1.3 mi.)
New Palestine, IN (4.7 mi.)
Warren Park, IN (4.8 mi.)
Spring Lake, IN (6.1 mi.)
Lawrence, IN (6.4 mi.)
Beech Grove, IN (7.1 mi.)
Indianapolis, IN (10.3 mi.)
Greenfield, IN (10.5 mi.)
McCordsville, IN (10.6 mi.)
Homecroft, IN (10.7 mi.)


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  1. I’ve been there at least 5 times and first time I went I caught a photo of the boy. It’s freaky. I wish I had an actual photo of when he was alive so i can compare them.

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