Hammond, Indiana: John Dillinger Museum (In Transition)
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- Closed July 21, 2014. Moving to nearby Crown Point. Scheduled to reopen there on July 22, 2015.
- Closed July 21, 2014. (Call to verify)
- In Transition
Many one-of-a-kind, and occasionally bloody, items from Indiana's most famous criminal. Closed July 21, 2014; moving to nearby Crown Point. Scheduled to reopen there on July 22, 2015. Roadsideamerica.com Report... [01/15/2012]
A stop on Roadside America's 7-day Los Angeles to New York Hypertour. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
Dillinger Museum: A fascinating "Crime and Punishment" tourist attraction has returned to public view. [03/31/2008] Complete Story...
Visitor Tips and News About John Dillinger Museum
The Dillinger Museum, Hammond, Indiana, will shut down as a result of litigation filed by Jeffrey Scalf, great-nephew of notorious alleged crime figure John Dillinger. Sued under Indiana's Right to Personality Law, the museum's board couldn't reach a settlement with Scalf.... [11/05/2003] Complete News Story
The announcement that the Dillinger Museum in Nashville, Indiana -- which had recently closed -- has been given a new life in a neighboring town sounded like good news . .... [04/12/1998] Complete News Story