Lost Indiana Books

In 2002 we published our first book, Lost Indianapolis.  You can order the book now from Amazon.com.

In 2011 we published our second book,Flameout: The Rise and Fall of Burger Chef.  You can order the book now from Amazon.com.



  1. Every weekend in 1974 & 1975 I raced at US30, I ran an OPEL GT & also a 68 Javelin 343. I may have ran a couple weekends at Union Grove. I was there the weekend Broadway Bob won’t pay off as promised & the racers surrounded the timing tower…I left as things were getting ugly. US30 was a great place to be…always fun!!!! Great memories, as almost every place I had raced is gone, like Minnesota Dragways were I ran my first drag race in my 69 Camaro, just walked that area the other day, the pit road going in is still there in blacktop, as it was. Twin City dragways near Minneapolis…gone, but property is still there (mostly). Thank you all for the memories of the late, great US30 Dragstrip!!!!!

  2. Hi there! I could have sworn I’ve visited this website before but after going through many of the posts I realized it’s new to me.
    Anyways, I’m certainly delighted I found it and I’ll be bookmarking it and checking back regularly!

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OJ Simpson. Shoes. Mark Spitz. Bridge Tournaments. North Webster. What do these things have in common? Why the amazing, curious, and somewhat disturbing history of the fabulous International Palace of Sports.

In Grave Condition

Crown Hill in Indianapolis is the third largest public cemetery in the United States. Opened June 1, 1864 for a young mother named Lucy Seaton who died of “consumption”, it is now the permanent home of over 185,000 people. Let’s take a whistling walk through the catalog of Lost Indiana people there and in other cemeteries throughout the state.

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