IU Coach Tom Crean
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On the current IU roster, five former high schools are represented by at least two or more current IU soccer players.
Johnny Baker cut the tip of one of his pointer fingers off while doing stone work. He encased it in a glass keychain and is willing to sell it.
An old, rusted printing press is out of work at Bakers Junction.
Pictures hang crookedly inside the Bakers Junction haunted house.
Fluorescent lights glow inside the children's area.
An authentic human skeleton greets visitors to the train museum. Baker said he bought it on eBay.
A train replica sits in the yard of Bakers Junction.
An entrance sign welcomes some of us to Bakers Junction.
Inside Baker's office there are multiple binders full of permits for his haunted house and cabooses. He will fill the PVC tubes and put them inside the "Time Castle."
Bakers Junction "Time Castle" has a playground and a building, which houses the ashes of Baker's granddaughter and two time capsules - one to be opened in 2100 and another to opened in 2200.
Bakers Junction has many handmade objects like this one, a hand-welded sign made by Baker.
Baker fills metal tubs with "blood" and turns on their water pumps to make it foam.
This caboose has found its resting spot.
Hip hop artist Doom looks out at the crowd as his signature mask gleams in the afternoon sun Saturday afternoon at the Pitchfork Music Festival.