Randolph County

Randolph County is a quaint county that exudes the quiet eastern Indiana lifestyle that many find idyllic. The county was named after the President of the Continental Congress. Within Randolph County are the headwaters of both the White River and Whitewater River. There are many attractions and events in Randolph County, including the Winchester Speedway, Wilson Wines, McVey Memorial Forest, and the annual Mom, Baseball, and Apple Pie Festival.

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The Perfect Place to Put Down Roots

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Stay and Enjoy

Stop in the city of Winchester and enjoy our local shops and dining.

Do you get scared?

The Randolph County Asylum Infirmary is known in the paranormal community as a building whose dark wards are filled with spirits and a plethora of paranormal activity.

TV Shows like Paranormal Lockdown and many movies have also been filmed here. It is believed that spirits continue to roam the hallways and kitchen. The EVPs and personal experiences are rarely disappointing for those brave enough to investigate its hallowed hallways.

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325 South Oak Street, Suite 102
Winchester, IN 47394-0207
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