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Liar’s Bench in Corydon, Indiana

Liar's Bench: Corydon, Indiana
Liar’s Bench: Corydon, Indiana
What happens in Corydon, Indiana stays in Corydon, Indiana–at least when you happen to be sitting on the Liar’s Bench!

For almost sixty years, folks sat under the shade of a tall tree on the corner of Chestnut Street and Capitol Boulevard.

Tales most definitely have been told and it’s generally expected that most of them were completely untrue. That’s just part of the fun, and the local legend of the Liar’s Bench in this small Harrison County town.

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Liar’s Bench
310 North Elm Street
Corydon, Indiana 47112

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Jessica Nunemaker is the little Indiana owner and Host of a little Indiana segment state-wide on PBS. Sometimes, she even sleeps. You'll usually find Jessica gallivanting around Indiana towns (population 15,000 and less) with her husband, Jeremy, and two boys (ages 9 and 5) in tow in search of where to stay, play and eat in small towns across the state! Small towns: destinations, not drive-thrus!

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