No historic destination would be complete without a few ghost stories, and 1911 Restaurant and the Terrace Inn are no exception. The inn was commissioned by William J. DeVol, a banker from Lebanon, Indiana. He had the inn built for his wife, Josephine, to manage. During its construction between 1910 and 1911, it’s said that two workers were struck with a beam and fatally wounded. Their spirits have lived on, residing in the hotel. Many guests and members of the staff have reported strange sightings and signs of paranormal activity—some have heard footsteps, some have seen a man’s shadows moving through the hallways, and some have even heard the sounds of a party, even when the hotel was vacant.