Located fifty-feet above the road, Indian Lookout has drawn visitors from across the nation. A narrow cave in the sandstone cliff four miles south of Delphos, it was here that the Indians initially held captives Anna Brewster Morgan and Sarah White before taking them to their camp. It was also from this spot, the Indians kept watch over the white man. Ironically, it is the same spot that settlers later stood lookout for marauding Indians.
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