Inwood Indiana Press
Inwood Indiana is the smallest press in the world, virtually located at latitude 41.318 and longitude -86.203. Inwood is, by census data, “a populated place,” which makes it less than a town and more than an empty lot.
Inwood Indiana is real. Strange things happen in Inwood. Things come up missing, people see things, and the old lady on the corner seems to know your secrets. This publication is the place to tell your stories, or shroud them in prose. We are interested in all things unusual. We are especially interested in poems and stories set in small towns.
Inwood Indiana Press began to document the strange happenings. The editor said the truth had to be told.
Others were invited to share their stories. Many said they couldn’t remember, would never tell, and then it happened…
Zelda emerged again in 2014. “Turtles the size of doghouses” were seen lumbering out of the pit. Bobby was saved by Larry.
We know part of the mystery, what stirs in the black water, black scales and acid breath…
Screams were heard from the Lyvers’s home long after everyone left for vacation. What’s happening? The first footsteps are heard.
Five skeptics saw something in the basement. Only one made it out alive…
Esther found the locks broken in her garage. The boys from the neighborhood are due back any moment. She is “like an old tree walking” toward the house.
There’s an axe out of place…
You can try to deny it, but the evidence is mounting. Things have always been bad, but since the 1980’s, things have gotten out of control, and since 2009, the sheer number of strange reports is unsettling.
It’s as though something is coming, and the closer it gets, the more unusual Inwood Indiana becomes.
- Fires that Burned More than 50% of Inwood’s Buildings
- Recorded Train Wrecks
- Documented Alien Abductions
- Bigfoot Sightings on Record
- Crop Circles
- Mutilated Cattle Since 1972
- Unexplained deaths from 1740-1937
- Inwood Hauntings Documented before 1980
- Verified Unexplainable Phenomena Since 2009
Documenting Editor in Chief
Glenn Lyvers is responsible for the design and editing of this documentary.
April Zipser assists with the editing and journal keeping. In Inwood, nobody goes out alone.