Melissa was born and raised in the Evansville area. She's been on the radio in Evansville for more than a decade across different stations. Melissa is a big fan of Halloween and all things spooky, so she loves to highlight creepy/haunted destinations throughout the year.
Evansville’s Mesker Park Zoo Offers Discounted Admission Rate Now Through February
Mesker Park Zoo is open 365 days a year, and now you can enjoy Evansville's zoo at a discounted price!
Better Pick a Warm Costume! Indiana and Kentucky are Going to Have a Chilly Halloween
You may want to be rethinking your costume because temperatures are about to drop.
Did You Know Kentucky is Home to its Very Own Stonehenge?
You could travel all the way to the UK to see Stonehenge, or you could just travel to the Bluegrass State.
Al Capone Once Frequented This Indiana Hotel and Some Guests Claim He Never Left
Notorious gangster Al Capone was known for renting out this hotel in Northern Indiana, some say you can still see cigar smoke coming from his room.
Indiana Dad With Michael Myers Obsession Now Has a Mini Michael Who is Too Cute to Scare the Neighbors
One Hoosier dad is known for taking Halloween to the next level, and now he has an adorable tiny sidekick.
Opinion: Children Don’t Need to Disclose Disabilities to Trick or Treat Let Kids be Kids
All are welcome to trick or treat free of judgment at my home, and kids don't need to have a special color bucket to be welcomed.
Evansville Haunted House Hosting Mobile Escape Room at Henderson Haunts
The Evansville Nightmare Factory won't be open for the 2023 haunting season, but they'll still be scaring the Tri-State in other ways.
Gather ‘Round for Halloween Fun on Evansville’s Storybook Trail on October 21st
Evansville's Trail with a Tale will tell a Halloween story alongside other fun Halloween-themed activities!
The Heartbreaking Stories Behind the Two Dollhouses That Stand In Indiana Cemeteries
Indiana is home to many unique final resting places, but these two graves have to be among the most unique and heartbreaking.
Indiana and Kentucky Both Believe This Bad Luck Superstition to be True
With a Friday the 13th falling in October, we can't be too careful, can we?