Midnight Girl Fight Preview: Cassandra Golden

Girl Fight Wrestling has granted Eat Sleep Wrestle total access to the roster for its second midnight show, Midnight Girl Fight 2: Howdy, Pilgrim! Today is part ten of this series, featuring Cassandra Golden.     

Most wrestlers can tell you exactly when they knew what they wanted to do for a living. For Cassandra Golden that moment happened almost 14 years ago. “I remember watching sitting down watching the Royal Rumble for the first time in 2005, and I have loved it ever since. It wasn’t anything I thought I could ever do because I was never the athletic type in school. I was more into academics. When I was in college, I decided that I didn’t want any regrets in life, so after graduation I started looking for training.”

Cassandra went to arguably the best trainer in the business, Lance Storm in Canada. She now trains with Action Jackson in Arkansas, and she learns from every opponent she faces.

“I had a match with Thunder Rosa a couple months ago and that was a really cool experience. Anytime I can wrestle someone with more experience than me is always a highlight. I always learn a ton.

“Also taking a superplex a couple months ago was also a highlight. Im not a top rope wrestler at all so being given one silenced a lot of fears I had about it.”

Cassandra is a self-described “crazy dog lady,” which is ironic considering she’s facing off with Thunderkitty. She’s not shy about talking about her love for her favorite pet. “I have a Shih Tzu. His name is Winston. Everyone who knows me knows how much I love him, and one way to get to me is to say something bad about him. He’s pretty much my baby.”

Cassandra may not have the experience of her opponent, but the academic-minded star will be well-prepared November 21. “I’m doing mainly tape study and a lot of in ring training to prepare for Thunderkitty. She’s wrestled at a lot of big name places, and I have seen many of her matches. I know how great she is. I’m excited and ready for the challenge.”

Cassandra is a welcome new face at Girl Fight, and she’s eager to meet some of the biggest women’s wrestling fans in the nation. “Fans should come out to the Midnight Girl Fight show to see some great woman’s wrestling! The woman’s revolution is in full effect, and it started here in the indies. People should also come to see me of course, haha!”

Fans can spend Thanksgiving Eve with Cassandra and eleven other amazing wrestlers at Midnight Girl Fight 2 on November 21 at the Arena in Jeffersonville, Indiana, 1416 Spring Street. Bell time is at 11:59 PM.

Midnight Girl Fight 2: Ref Charlene

Girl Fight Wrestling has granted Eat Sleep Wrestle total access to the roster for its second midnight show, Midnight Girl Fight 2: Howdy, Pilgrim! Today is part nine of this series, featuring referee Charlene McAnally.     

Fans today are smart enough to know it makes more than two people to make a wrestling match, and from WWE to CHIKARA to even Girl Fight, the officials who call the matches in the ring are known and respected by fans. Charlene McAnally has been a part of Girl Fight from its beginning, and over the past several years, this groundbreaking young woman has earned the respect of many wrestlers, promoters, and fans.

Charlene didn’t originally set out to be a ref. She wanted to be a wrestler, but it didn’t take many training sessions for her to realize her talents were better suited wearing the black and white stripes. As tricky as it can be to break into the wrestler ranks as a female, she’ll tell you it’s equally difficult for a referee.

“Your male counterparts automatically think you suck and I love proving them wrong,” she says. “Or they think you are someone’s girlfriend trying to fit in. I have to work twice as hard to get better bookings because some folks don’t want to use me. That’s their business, and wish they did not have that mindset, but I made it my job to change their mind with my work so that someday myself and other female referees can show that we are just as good as the guys and in most cases better.”

As much as a struggle as it was getting into the business, Charlene has seen the business change, in part due to promotions like Girl Fight. ” I remember when I first broke in, sometimes I would be the only women on the card. Now that’s a rare thing. I usually see at least one women’s match on the card, and I see more and more all girls shows popping up all over the country. It’s a great thing to see. Glad I can be a small part of a true women’s revolution in wrestling.”

Charlene recently made some major history of her own. After taking over the reigns of Louisville’s legendary wrestling promotion, Al Snow shocked Charlene when he named her the new head official for Ohio Valley Wrestling.

“It was a huge honor. Some great referees have come thru OVW. Joe Wheeler, Goose Mahoney, Chris Sharpe. To be name on that list is amazing. I worked very hard to be in that group of men, and to be the first women to be named head official makes the achievement even better.

“I am bless to to be part of the OVW locker room. I grew up a fan of the product. Every summer I would come up to Kentucky to visit family, and my dad would take me to the Summer Sizzler shows. To now actually be a part of the promotion is pretty cool.”

Charlene makes Girl Fight a priority because of the opportunity the promotion gave her and still gives to women in the business. “What sets Girl Fight apart from other shows is that a lot of the girls are not big names yet. Most of the girls are just getting started, and most of the newer girls will wrestle a veteran. That’s a good thing because it shows those ladies early if they have what it takes. You see a lot of girls that are not a ‘name” yet putting on matches that could be at a show like Shimmer. Pondo discovers these girls before the bigger shows do, so when you go to Girl Fight you will get a top level show.”

So why come to the Midnight Girl Fight Show on the 21st? “The biggest reason you should come out to Girl Fight is to see the best women’s wrestling in the midwest,” says Charlene. “The other reason? It’s Thanksgiving Eve. Do you really want to be stuck in the house with family from out of town you don’t even like?

Fans can spend Thanksgiving Eve with Charlene and twelve amazing competitors at Midnight Girl Fight 2 on November 21 at the Arena in Jeffersonville, Indiana, 1416 Spring Street. Bell time is at 11:59 PM.

Photo credit: Michigan Wrestling Illustrated. 

Midnight Girl Fight Preview: Randi West

Girl Fight Wrestling has granted Eat Sleep Wrestle total access to the roster for its second midnight show, Midnight Girl Fight 2: Howdy, Pilgrim! Today is part eight of this series, featuring Randi West.    

I don’t know how many Girl Fight shows Randi West has missed in the past, but I know if she wanted, she could go back and fix that. She can do it, because she is a time traveler.

The muscle of the time bandit trio known as Bomb Shelter is always a fan favorite wherever she goes. She fears no opponent, male or female, and she can take as much as she can dish out.

Randi is one of the rare women who has no trouble getting booked on all-male shows, but she truly enjoys promotions like Girl Fight. “I love the positive energy that is present in both the locker room and the crowd. Everyone is there to have fun, there is no drama. The group of women on the roster are hungry and talented.”

Randi sees Girl Fight as one of many promotions that have changed the perception of women’s wrestling. “We are no longer just a side show or a mini act to enhance the men. We are The Show.”

Randi’s opponent is a new face to Girl Fight and the wrestling business at large. Alice has been training with Randi at the Bomb Shelter’s home base, and the teacher couldn’t speak more highly of the student. “She is so talented for being 16 years old, I think that she will surprise a lot of people. She has this very innocent young look to her but when the bell rings she turns into a fierce competitor. After all she was trained by me.”

Now, there have been rumors circulating about a book the Bomb Shelter plans to release in a the near future, a volume that will pull back the curtain on their time traveling exploits. I had to ask Randi, and she was eager to confirm the story.

“Bomb Shelter will be releasing a young adult novel based on our adventures throughout space and time. The book includes other wrestlers such as Sugar D, Rich Swann, Thunderkitty, Satu Jinn, The Hooligans and Pondo. We found an amazing writer to help us put our idea into reality. I am a huge fan of books. Reading helped me thru times in my life that nothing else could. Books are a great way to step out of your reality for a few minutes and experience some magical escape, even if it’s just a few chapter.. I’m so excited about this product and its release. I cant wait for 2019.”

Getting back to Midnight Girl Fight, Randi is hopeful that the unusual bell time will actually draw more fans than normal. “We have so many amazing fans. GF wants to make sure that everyone of them gets the opportunity to see us perform. Some fans are unable to make the 7pm shows because of work or various reasons. This is our way of sharing with those fans as well.”

Fans can see Randi and more at Midnight Girl Fight 2 on November 21 at the Arena in Jeffersonville, Indiana, 1416 Spring Street. Bell time is at 11:59 PM.

Midnight Girl Fight Preview: Samantha Heights

Girl Fight Wrestling has granted Eat Sleep Wrestle total access to the roster for its second midnight show, Midnight Girl Fight 2: Howdy, Pilgrim! Today is part seven of this series, featuring Samantha Heights.    

There is a house in Dayton, Ohio (no, not New Orleans) where aspiring wrestlers go to become great. The men and women who enter this house, who feed off the energy and the passion of their housemates, are shaping one another into the best of the best of a new generation. Unfortunately for young Billie Starkz, her opponent at Midnight Girl Fight 2 is one of the many residents of this very house.

“Honestly, I look at the wrestlers in Dayton as my family in and out of the ring,” says Samantha Heights, a long-time fixture at Dayton’s Rockstar Pro Wrestling. “I live in a house with some of the best upcoming wrestlers in the world. We always hold each other accountable and push each other to be better every single day. We support each other and celebrate our big moments together and we lift each other up when something goes wrong. We bring it the best in one another. Competition breeds success, and that’s obvious if you look at any of us. Rockstar gives us a home to practice and hone our craft and weekly shows as a platform to showcase our talents. It really doesn’t get any better than Dayton, Ohio.”

Samantha is also a long-time member of the Girl Fight roster, and she’s proud of the legacy she helped to create. “Over the last few years, I feel like the company has really come into it own and has finally found itself and what works for its crowd. It’s given young talent a place to het comfortable in front of an audience and has become somewhat of a developmental program for women’s wrestling.”

Samantha was one of the four women who tore the house down in Fort Wayne, Indiana in the spring of 2017 at Heroes and Legends in a match I’ve written about previously. It was a falls count anywhere, no DQ, tag team bout pitting her and Amazing Maria against Mickie Knuckled and Dementia D’Rose. It was an absolute show stealer and one of my all time favorite matches. naturally, I had to ask her about it.

“That match was definitely one of my favorites as well. We went out there with the intention of having some fun and giving the crowd something that they wouldn’t forget. I would definitely say that’s what we accomplished. The things that stand out the most for me with that match were when we got power bombed onto the tables that wouldn’t break and taking suplex after suplex into the doors. You just don’t realize how hard that wood is until you’re getting slammed into it.”

Samantha is on a hot streak as of late. She recently made her debut for Ring of Honor, and she was in a main event brawl at Rockstar Pro with one of the most under-rated wrestlers in the world, Aaron Williams. I asked Samantha if all her recent success might have her looking past the brash, young Billie Starkz.

“Absolutely not. I’ve known Billie for quite some time now. I’ve seen her go from a little girl taking pictures behind the scenes to someone who commands the crowd with her charisma. I know exactly who Billie is and what she’s capable of. The problem is, she’s never been in the ring with someone like me. I’m more traveled and more experienced than anyone she has been in the ring with so far. Places like ROH, Shimmer, and Rockstar have given me the opportunity to step in the ring with literally the best in the world, like Aaron Williams. This match won’t be a test for me, this will be a test for Billie to see how far she has come and how ready she is to really step into the world of professional wrestling.”

Samantha Heights vs. Billie Starkz is part of a stacked card at Midnight Girl Fight 2, and Samantha is looking forward to stealing the show. “Not only is this a chance to see some of the best women’s wrestling in Indiana, but it’s a chance for fans to come have fun and get away from the stresses of the real world and forget about all of the bull s–t that the holidays will bring just a few days after. It’ll be one last carefree moment before the insanity of Black Friday.”

Fans can see Samantha and more at Midnight Girl Fight 2 on November 21 at the Arena in Jeffersonville, Indiana, 1416 Spring Street. Bell time is at 11:59 PM.

Midnight Girl Fight Preview: Billie Starkz

Girl Fight Wrestling has granted Eat Sleep Wrestle total access to the roster for its second midnight show, Midnight Girl Fight 2: Howdy, Pilgrim! Today is part six of this series, featuring Billie Starkz.    

There’s something different about Billie Starkz, something you just don’t see often in independent wrestling. Although she only made her debut in October, the young star has her own quirky approach to life and to wrestling. She grabbed a lot of people’s attention a few weeks ago on social media, when she stole fellow Grindhouse Academy product ZDP’s prized “Top of the Class” plaque and paraded it around town for a week. And she certainly got my attention when, unlike any other member of the Girl Fight roster, she submitted the answers to her interview written on paper from a wide ruled notebook.

“I’m enjoying every minute,” she says, expressing her joy at finally fulfilling a dream. “I have had the chance to met and train with amazing people. I learn new things all the time, and everyone at Grindhouse is willing to be my rag doll. Aaron LaMotta has taught me how to make sure to always keep the crowd’s attention. I’ve also been able to just be myself, which makes everything easier when I interact with the fans.”

Billie is well aware of the reputation Girl Fight has, both as a promotion that launches careers and showcases some hard-hitting action. “It’s amazing! I have been to many shows as a fan, and I remember seeing Crazy Mary (WWE’s Sarah Logan), Taeler Hendrix, and Amazing Maria.”

Billie also credits Girl Fight’s founding father Mad Man Pondo with helping her pursue her own dream. “He introduced me to 2 Tuff Tony, and Tony let me train at Grindhouse. Now that I can be on the show, expect to see me at all the Girl Fights!”

Billie certainly doesn’t lack confidence, but she’s facing a very tough challenge in Samantha Heights. “Samantha has been my mentor and big sister through this crazy thing called wrestling.” I reminded Billie that Samantha once pulled a knife on Hardcore Heather Owens in a weapons match at Girl Fight. Billie shrugged it off. “She is an amazing wrestler, but I know all her tricks, including the knife in the boot. She doesn’t know all of mine!”

Billie is eager to step in the ring with Samantha next week, and she wants to see the Arena packed for the midnight show. “Fans need to show up because Girl Fight is about to take over the Kentuckiana area! Good things are happening! You are going to see some new wrestlers and some much loved wrestlers all in one show. Plus, no one has work, school, or anything else until Thanksgiving dinner Thursday!”

I beg to differ, Miss Starkz. I’ll be up at 9 am to watch the Macy’s Parade and start prepping my sides for the family dinner. But that won’t stop me from being at the Arena to see how you fare against Samantha Heights.

Fans can see Billie and more at Midnight Girl Fight 2 on November 21 at the Arena in Jeffersonville, Indiana, 1416 Spring Street. Bell time is at 11:59 PM.

Midnight Girl Fight Preview: Amazing Maria

Girl Fight Wrestling has granted Eat Sleep Wrestle total access to the roster for its second midnight show, Midnight Girl Fight 2: Howdy, Pilgrim! Today is part five of this series, featuring Amazing Maria.  

While a number of very talented women have come and gone since the first Girl Fight Show, Amazing Maria has become a very familiar face in the company. She’s a big believer in Girl Fight due to the opportunity it gave her and still gives others. “Girl Fight has given a vast number of young girls a place to work and get better at their craft. Girl Fight gives ladies the opportunity to come together and have fun and be a part of something bigger than ourselves.”

Fans who have attended multiple Girl Fight Shows are familiar with Amazing Maria. Once known as the Most Hated Woman in Wrestling, Maria has become one of the top fan favorites in the company. She’s outstanding singles matches and some fantastic tag matches with partner Samantha Heights, but her status change with the fans hasn’t chanted her a bit.

“The only thing that has affected how I prepare in the ring is me. I worked hard and earned the respect of the fans at girlfight to become a fan favorite. The fans can see and appreciate hard work and determination. I am one of the only ladies to have competed on almost every single Girl Fight event. Going 17-0 before my first loss in the finals of the Girl Fight Championship tournament, the fans have been with me from day one, and I earned their faith and trust in me.”

Maria has seen a few new crops of lady wrestlers enter the Girl Fight ranks, and she’s excited about newcomers like Billie Starks, Charlie Kruel, and Alice. “I’m excited to see what they have to offer. What they bring to the table. I hope they are up to the challenge of being in the ring with us originals!!”

Maria will have her hands full with her own challenger Lexxie Green, but fans know darn well she will be up to the task. “It will be a very tough, hard hitting match. We have been in the ring a few times before, and and it’s nothing short of strong style. Everyone knows how I love to fight so the outcome will be no different from any other time we’ve been in the ring….myself as the winner!”

I asked Maria why fans should make a point to come out for Midnight Girl Fight 2. “Why shouldn’t they?!!” she replied. “Midnight Girl Fight is a fun time for everyone! It’s the night before Thanksgiving, so there’s no school the next day. All the young kids get to come out and support their favorite ladies! It gives families some fun, friendly entertainment to start off their holiday. Midnight Girl Fight, or any other Girl Fight for that matter is def the place to be. Besides, where else are you going to see tomorrow’s WWE, TNA, ROH, or Lucha Underground stars today? Hope to see everyone there!”

Fans can see Amazing Maria and more at Midnight Girl Fight 2 on November 21 at the Arena in Jeffersonville, Indiana, 1416 Spring Street. Bell time is at 11:59 PM.

Midnight Girl Fight Preview: Thunderkitty

Girl Fight Wrestling has granted Eat Sleep Wrestle total access to the roster for its second midnight show, Midnight Girl Fight 2: Howdy, Pilgrim! Today is part four of this series, featuring Thunderkitty. 

Girl Fight prides itself on presenting the best in independent women’s wrestling. The ladies who have been regulars or semi-regulars over the years are not cat-fighting,  hair-pulling divas. Fans know wen they come to see someone like Thunderkitty, they’re going to see a fight.

Like fellow competitor Hayley Shadows, Thunderkitty has had a match on WWE television, facing Carmella on Smackdown. She has enjoyed some stiff competition at Girl Fight, including an intergender battle with the notorious Tracy Smothers at their Gender Wars show. “My most memorable Girl Fight match was against Randi West a couple years ago,” said Thunderkitty. “She also has no problems punching a broad in the face.”

Thunderkitty intends on doing a lot of punching on November 21, when she faces the self-described “dog lady,” Cassandra Golden. “She’ll be up against someone that’s lived more than three of her lifetimes that ain’t afraid to fight a dog. Or a dog-lady. Or both at the same time.”

Thunderkitty is not just a competitor. She’s a fan of what Girl Fight has done for women’s wrestling. “There’s more women’s wrestling locally now for folks to go see. And it travels to different areas too.”

As with all the competitors, I asked her why fans should come out for the late night bell time on November 21. “Well, good wrestling obviously,” she began, “But seriously though, what have you got to do? You probably don’t gotta work the next day. Better than sitting at home chugging Nyquil because you have to deal with your family.”

Fans can see this match and more at Midnight Girl Fight 2 on November 21 at the Arena in Jeffersonville, Indiana, 1416 Spring Street. Bell time is at 11:59 PM.

Midnight Girl Fight Preview: Piper Brooks

Girl Fight Wrestling has granted Eat Sleep Wrestle total access to the roster for its second midnight show, Midnight Girl Fight 2: Howdy, Pilgrim! Today is part three of this series, featuring Piper Brooks. 

To many wrestling, fans, an all-women’s show is a gimmick in itself. Never mind that there are a number of great all-women’s promotions who have put on hundreds (yes, WWE, hundreds) of all-women’s pay-per-views. To some fans, it’s novelty enough in itself. Girl Fight likes to push the boundaries of how people view women’s wrestling. Not only are they running their second midnight show, this one features a match with a no disqualification, falls count anywhere stipulation between two very brutal, hard-hitting women.

A former MP in the US Army, the powerful Piper Brooks is one half of that match up, facing the smaller but very dangerous Girl Fight veteran in Khloe. Khloe just made her debut for Juggalo Championship Wrestling, as blood-thirsty a crowd as you’ll find anywhere, but Piper is no stranger to ultra-violent matches. “I’ve had a no dq and last woman standing match. I actually really enjoyed them. I’m pretty excited for the falls count anywhere part.”

Brooks and Khloe will likely send fans running for cover, and if Brooks has anything to say about it, they will give the fans something to remember. “Lots of hard hitting. Smack talking. Biting. Maybe blood. Lots of fun.”

Piper is thrilled such a match is taking place at Girl Fight, and she’s grateful for the opportunities women’s promotions offer. “They make it easier to get recognition. People take the female wrestling more seriously because they see it happening more. We can do the same stuff the guys can. Or better in some cases.”

Midnight Girl Fight takes place the evening before Thanksgiving, and like all of the other women on the card, Piper sees no good reason for fans to skip this show. “I mean, unless you’ll be at the pound rescuing pit bulls, there’s no other place to be. You get too see this amazing all female wrestling show, where we put it all on the line. Literally, there’s nothing better.”

Fans can see this match and more at Midnight Girl Fight 2 on November 21 at the Arena in Jeffersonville, Indiana, 1416 Spring Street. Bell time is at 11:59 PM.

Midnight Girl Fight Preview: Hayley Shadows

Girl Fight Wrestling has granted Eat Sleep Wrestle total access to the roster for its second midnight show, Midnight Girl Fight 2: Howdy, Pilgrim! Today is part two of this series, featuring Charlie Kruel’s opponent for the event, Hayley Shadows. 

Hayley Shadows is no stranger to the Girl Fight scene, and she’s certainly no rookie like her opponent at Midnight Girl Fight 2. She faced Su Yung at a Girl Fight event in 2017, her favorite match at the promotion thus far, and she also made an appearance on WWE Smackdown facing Tamina. “I’m extremely grateful for the opportunity that I was given on Smackdown to go against someone like Tamina Snuka. By far my biggest achievement of my career so far.”

Shadows is also proud of her association with Girl Fight and welcomes every opportunity she gets to work with them. “Girl Fight gives women a chance to perform within themselves. Not only do we get to steal the show, but every single one of us gets specific roles. There’s no other company around here that does an all women’s show, every show. It’s a wonderful thing to be a part of, and to grow, and learn from all the other women that get to be a part of it as well.”

Hayley is no stranger to her opponent, Charlie Kruel, and she’s looking forward to giving Kruel another beat down. “I’ve wrestled Charlie multiple times, and beat her every single time. I’m the original, and she can’t hold a candle to the one that’ll rip her head off of her shoulders!”

Shadows is excited to be a part of the second ever midnight show. “Not only is Girl Fight the only promotion that does a Midnight show, but it’s also filled talented women that strive at the chance of opportunity. We all work extremely hard to put on the best shows possible, and with it being at midnight you know it’s bound to get chaotic.”

Fans can see this match and more at Midnight Girl Fight 2 on November 21 at the Arena in Jeffersonville, Indiana, 1416 Spring Street. Bell time is at 11:59 PM.

Midnight Girl Fight Preview: Charlie Kruel

Girl Fight Wrestling has granted Eat Sleep Wrestle total access to the roster for its second midnight show, Midnight Girl Fight 2: Howdy, Pilgrim! Today is part one of this series, featuring one of the fastest rising stars in the Midwest, the “Beautiful Nightmare” Charlie Kruel. 

Charlie Kruel is exactly the type of wrestler Girl Fight was created for. She’s young, she’s hungry, she’s determined to become a star. Charlie is a savvy networker who continues to debut for new promotions further and further from her home base. She’s also the girl who shocked the fans at the last Midnight Girl Fight with a pin fall over Mickie Knuckles in the Number One Contenders Tournament.

“Every woman backstage was crawling and scratching to get to be the number one contender for the Girl Fight title,” she says. “I definitely beat all the odds and the doubters in the audience that night. Even getting to share the ring with Ludark Shaitan. It was an incredible night for myself.”

Incredible though it may be, Kruel is not satisfied merely sharing the ring with the best. She wants to be the best, and has since she was only 11.

“When I was 8 or 9, I remember walking in and seeing my brothers and step dad watch it on our TV in the living room. My brothers would invite the neighborhood kids to come over and ‘wrestle’ as their favorite wrestler. I ended up being able to wrestle with them as well. What really made me want to make a career out wrestling was AJ Lee. Her match vs Kaitlyn at 2013 Payback from the (then) Divas title inspires me to this day.”

Kruel will mark her one year anniversary in the business this January, but first, she has to go through a dangerous Girl Fight veteran in Haley Shadows. “She’s a snake. She’s out for no one else but herself. She calls herself the ‘Barbie Killer,’ and I’m definitely no Barbie and someone who can’t be killed. We squared off for the first time at Emerge Wrestling in Columbus, IN for the Emerge Women’s Title. She ended up cheating her way to the victory. Since then I’m out for my revenge on her and nothing but payback. If she’s reading this, get ready for my kicks. Because it’s coming straight to your face!”

Kruel made history at the first Midnight Girl Fight Show, and she believes the second show will deliver as well. “It will be nothing but kick ass. There’s a lot of exciting talent to see, and you get to see me beat up Hayley Shadows. Plus, if the Thanksgiving meal is bad the next day or you’re already annoyed by your family, you at least have the Girl Fight Midnight show to think all about.”

Charlie Kruel has a lot to be thankful for heading into Thanksgiving weekend. She’s accomplished a lot in eleven months and she’s ready for more. “2019 will be the year of Kruel. Believe it.”

Watch all the ladies in action at Midnight Girl Fight 2 on November 21 at the Arena in Jeffersonville, Indiana, 1416 Spring Street. Bell time is at 11:59 PM.