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30 Michigan Haunted Places: Your Guide to the Most Terrifying Spots in the State

Michigan is home to many haunted places, with a rich history of paranormal activity. From abandoned asylums to haunted hotels, these locations are sure to send chills down your spine. In this blog post, we will take you on a tour of the most terrifying haunted places in Michigan. So if you’re brave enough, read on!

An abandonded haunted house in black and white

Haunted Places in Michigan: Discover 30 Spooky Destinations in Michigan

Michigan’s most haunted places.

Are you looking for the most haunted places in Michigan?

We’ve got them for you: haunted theaters, haunted cemeteries, an abandoned zoo and more. Places where “real hauntings” have occurred, and some questionable ones, too. It will be up to YOU to decide. t.

Luckily, we have no shortage of ghost stories here. From populous Wayne County to the most remote destinations in the Upper Peninsula , Michigan is full of unique haunted destinations. These Michigan spooky spots lay claim to bone-chilling ghost stories and there’s enough evidence of paranormal activity to make you believe them…perfect spots for a Michigan road trip .

Scroll to the bottom for an interactive map of these spots and start planing your visit to Michigan’s most haunted places!

Haunted Quincy Mine, one of Michigan's most haunted places

Haunted Places in Michigan: Michigan Haunted Hotels and Inns

The doherty hotel in clare 604 n mcewan st, clare, mi 48617.

Fall in Michigan is the perfect time to go looking for hauned places. If you’re looking to spend the night in a hotel reportedly haunted by ghosts, look no farther than Clare, Michigan.

The historic Doherty Hotel in Clare was built in 1924 by former Senator Alfred James Doherty, a friend of automobile magnate Henry Ford. Since that time – almost 100 years – the Doherty family has owned and operated the mid-Michigan hotel.

During prohibition, Doherty Hotel was a speakeasy and meeting place for the mafia, with plenty of illicit activities. It was also a favorite hangout for the Detroit’s infamous Purple Gang.

The Purple Gang was a notorious organized crime gang , dating back to the 1920s and 1930s, that terrorized southeast Michigan and the Detroit area. Their criminal enterprises stretched outside the city limits, all the way to a tiny town in mid-Michigan named Clare.

One of Michigan’s most notorious murders occurred here in 1938 when Isaiah Leebove, former Purple Gang attorney turned Purple Gang businessman, was shot dead by his cousin and business partner Jack Livingston.

Today, numerous accounts of hauntings have been reported . Guests at the hotels have reported hearing unexplained knocking, along with ghostly apparitions that lock and unlock the doors.

Some say that Isaiah Leebove may still be at the Doherty Hotel along with his family matriarch, Helen “Grandma” Doherty.

Is he really still there? We’ll let YOU be the judge.

Henderson Castle in kalamazoo in one the most haunted places in Michigan

Henderson Castle in Kalamazoo 100 Monroe St, Kalamazoo, MI 49006

In the mood to visit a historic haunted house with “friendly” ghosts?

If so, head to Kalamazoo in southwest Michigan to visit Henderson Castle, one of Michigan’s Top 10 Haunted Places. Also one of west Michigan’s most haunted places , this ornate Queen Anne-style home now operates as a successful Bed and Breakfast and Event venue.

Since the late 1800s, Henderson Castle has sat perched on West Main Hill overlooking downtown Kalamazoo. Built by successful businessman Frank Henderson and his wife, Mary, the castle cost $72,000 in 1895 – about $2.5 million in today’s dollars . The 25-room home included a ballroom and an elevator to reach the third floor, which was pretty swanky for those days.

Across the street from the sandstone castle, the final resting place of the original owners, Frank and Mary Henderson, can be found at Mountain Home Cemetery. Frank didn’t live long after the completion of Henderson Castle, but guests have reported seeing objects moving, and hearing and feeling unexplainable phenomena.

It is said that the ghosts of Frank, Mary, a Spanish-American War veteran, who served with the Henderson’s son, a peculiar little girl, and a dog have all been seen or sensed in Henderson Castle. Additionally, strange noises and disembodied voices have allegedly been heard.

Don’t worry, though, far unlike the demonic hauntings in horror flicks, these spirits have a friendly demeanor and seem to be caretakers of the haunted house.

Landmark Inn in Marquette, MI 230 N Front St, Marquette, MI 49855

Michigan’s Upper Peninsula isn’t immune to paranormal activity, as evidenced by The Landmark Inn in Marquette MI . This elegant hotel near Lake Superior is the site of a few bone-chilling stories dating back almost 100 years.

Built in part as luxury accommodations for wealthy business owners from Boston and New York who would visit the area to check on their business interests, the stories surrounding The Landmark have attracted ghost hunters and paranormal investigators over the years.

One such story chronicles the events of a man who killed his girlfriend in a jealous rage when the inn was still under construction. He then took her body to the basement and buried her there.

The hotel’s sixth floor “Lilac Room” is the setting of another ghostly tale. This story revolves around a ship worker who fell in love with the local librarian and conducted their love affair in the Lilac Room, where the man was staying.

The couple was said to have planned a wedding upon his return from his last voyage on the sometimes-treacherous Lake Superior. Unfortunately, their love affair ended in tragedy when his ship met with a storm and sank to the bottom of the lake. He never returned to the shore, and the librarian mourned the man in the Lilac Room, eventually dying of a broken heart.

These spooky stories are not over, though, as visitors report ghostly occurrences that seem to continue the spooky legacy.

One workman who came to complete construction on the hotel in the 1930s claimed they heard a weeping and whispering female trying to get them to find her body.

Additionally, the librarian from the second story is said to be seen on the 6th floor either pacing or weeping, still mourning her love.

WANT TO SEE FOR YOURSELF? Check into The Landmark and see for yourself. Clean and comfrotable, this is a unique historic spot. Each of the suites has a unique decor, and you can walk to Lake Superior, just a block away. Let us know if you go and see anything…unusual.

Terrace Inn 1549 Glendale Ave, Petoskey, MI 49770

The Terrace Inn opened in 1911 in Petoskey’s historic Bay View area, a gorgeous 38-room Victorian resort. Since its opening, it’s been the site of two deaths.

According to a rumor, two workers died when a beam fell on them during the construction of the inn.

However, another story suggests a pregnant woman called Elizabeth Abbey Sweet was staying in room 211 when she fell, miscarried, and died. Her husband is said to have died some years later of a broken heart, still mourning the loss of his wife and the twins she was carrying at the time of her death.

Regardless of whichever story you believe, the Terrace Inn is believed to be haunted by at least three ghosts.

The first ghost is a lady in white who wanders the halls and rooms.

A second ghost is a man in a tweed suit who overlooks the balcony at the front of the inn, and the third, a child in the basement.

Guests have reported seeing, hearing, and even feeling these ghosts while staying here.

WANT TO SEE FOR YOURSELF? The Terrace Inn is set in a quiet neighborhood in Petoskey, and its a very charming place. Sure it’s older: former resident Ernest Hemingway might have even stayed here, and that part of the allure. It’s very clan and comfy, and each room has private bath. It’s a perfect location for exploring the Petoskey area , too.

More Haunted Hotels and Inns in Michigan

Mission point resort on mackinac island one lake shore dr, mackinac island, mi 49757.

Mackinac Island’s Mission Point Resort is said by some to be haunted by Harvey, a college student who dies in the 1970’s somewhere near the Lake Huron resort and still comes back for “visits.”

Holly Hotel in Holly, MI 110 Battle Aly, Holly, MI 48442

Don’t let that charming green awning fool you: this popular hotel in downtown Holly has been the scene of some real strange happenings, attracting the attention of ghost hunters paranormal investigators from all over the country.

Considered by some to be the “most haunted historic building” in Michigan, the Holly Hotel has been home to numerous visits from otherworldly guests.

Bowers Harbor Inn 13512 Peninsula Dr, Traverse City, MI 49686

It’s now known as Mission Table restaurant, but this two-story mansion on Traverse City’s Old Mission Peninsula is home to a playful ghost whose hijinks have been pretty well-documented. The ghost is said to be the ghost of Genevieve Stickney, the one-time caregiver of the owners of the Inn, with a fascinting background.

Fort Shelby Hotel 525 W Lafayette Blvd, Detroit, MI 48226

Now known as the Doubletree Suite s, this historic downtown Detroit hotel was built in 1916, and is also said to be the home of a friendly ghost named “Al,” who can be seen at times walking the halls. The building was unoccupied for years and Al, a homeless man, used it as a place to sleep before a plumbing pipe burst. Suposedly a pipe burst in the vacant building, killing Al, show now returns to his former home to visit guests.

Grand Hotel Mackinac Island 286 Grand Ave, Mackinac Island, MI 49757

One of the most iconic hotels in Michigan, the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island is certainly one of the most picturesque. With a gorgeous white facaade perched on a hill overlooking Lake Huron, the Grand Hotel is a top tourist destination. Yet, some say there may a darker story around the hotel. Prior to becoming an inportant military post, Mackinac Island was inhabited by native Americans, many of whom dies and were bureid on the Island.

According to one website , “After its transformation into a military fort, the island saw even more deaths and burials. This means that the Grand Hotel is essentially seated above a massive burial ground.” Perhaps you should go see for yourself? Be sure to explore some of the main hiking trails around the island to put you in the right mood!

Fort Mackinac

More Haunted Places in Michigan: Haunted Forts in Michigan

Fort mackinac 7127 huron rd, mackinac island, mi 49757.

Tourists on Mackinac Island will find Fort Mackinac hard to miss.

This Revolutionary War-era fort housed soldiers and engaged in battles using cannons and rifles. Today, the fort is protected as part of Mackinac Island State Park and has been restored, but its history of violence leaves it teeming with spiritual energy.

There are a few known hot spots in and around Fort Mackinac where visitors have encounters with the paranormal: In the Post Hospital, now a museum providing a peek into 19th-century medicine, severed limbs appear in photos.

In the Fort’s guardhouse, cold spots (even on the hottest summer days) are felt in the building.

Other ghostly sightings have taken place in other locations in the Fort, where restless spirits seem to appear. Sometimes, visitors will see apparitions with their own two eyes, including a crying woman in the cemetery and a soldier near the Sally Port North Entrance.

Fort Wayne 6325 W Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI 48209

If you’re in metro Detroit and looking for haunted spots to check out, look no further than the historic Fort Wayne, on the shores of the Detroit River.

Named after “Mad Anthony” Wayne, a brigadier general in the U.S. Army, Historic Fort Wayne was built in Detroit during the 1800s.

Today the fort, now part of the Detroit Recreation Department, is rumored to be haunted. – in fact it’s known as one of the most haunted Detroit locations – and for good reason. When it was built, the project required the excavation of an indigenous burial ground, creating a sense of unrest on the property.

Visitors note some spooky anomalies while touring the fort, including seeing strange apparitions or being touched by unseen beings.

Some believe these to be the ghosts of deceased soldiers, others relate this haunting to the disturbance of the burial ground Fort Wayne was built upon.

More Haunted Forts In Michigan

River raisin national battlefield park in monroe 333 n dixie hwy, monroe, mi 48162.

It’s not technically a Fort, but it IS the site of the War of 1812 “Battle of Frenchtowns,” one of the bloodiest battles in the history of the state. This battle, between British and American troops saw over 500 American soldiers killed, and left dying on the field.

It’s their restless spirits that are said to walk the grounds day and night . The Monroe historic site has been visited by paranormal activity hunters from around the country, who are said to have recorded eerie sights and sounds indicating the presence of “others.”

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Michigan’s Haunted Lighthouses

Not all of Michigan’s lighthouses are haunted, but here’s a few that have some…interesting stories behind them. Want to learn more about Michigan’s picturesque lighthouses? Your can use our Guide to Lake Michigan Lighthouses or our Guide to the Lake Huron Lighthouses . if you wan to see something very cold and sometimes spooky, read our post on Michigan’s Fabulous and Frozen Lighthouses.

Seul Choix Point Lighthouse 3183 Co Hwy 431, Gulliver, MI 49840

In Gulliver, Michigan, Seul Choix Point Lighthouse stands tall against the waters of Lake Michigan in the Upper Peninsula. This is the place where Captain Willie Townsend worked from 1902 to 1910, when he passed away.

Because of the remote location and time period, the Captain was embalmed in the lighthouse’s basement and laid in the parlor for nearly three weeks while his family made the journey north to pay their respects.

Today, haunted happenings engage guests with all of their senses .

The odor of cigar smoke fills the air, hazy faces become visible in bedroom mirrors, and the sound of furniture moving echoes through the tower as though Captain Willie Townsend is still tending to the tower.

White River Light Station

White River Light Station 6199 Murray Rd, Whitehall, MI 49461

Locals like to thank Captain William Robinson for the existence of the White River Light Station in Whitehall.

When he arrived in the area in the 1860s, he was surprised to see that traffic flowed in and out of the White River without a light to guide them, so he began petitioning the lighthouse service to build one.

Once built, the Robinsons became the first lighthouse keepers and the Captain worked diligently for 50 years to maintain it until he died in 1919. Captain William Robinson and his wife, Sarah are said to still be the permanent residents of the home.

People have reported tha t William can be heard walking up the spiral staircase to the lantern room to tend to the light he cared so much for, while Sarah finds solace in the room once belonging to their children.

masonic temple in detroit

More Haunted Destinations in Michigan

Masonic temple in detroit 500 temple st, detroit, mi 48201.

During the 1920s Detroit was a bustling city with a booming auto industry and an illicit but profitable liquor trade. During prohibition, secretive networks like bootleggers and Freemasons thrived.

As a result of the growing popularity of Freemasonry in the city, George D. Mason was commissioned to build the Masonic Temple.

Tragically, during construction his wife left him following his bankruptcy, leading him to commit suicide by jumping from the roof of the temple. Security guards working at the Masonic Temple claim to have seen his apparition heading upstairs towards the roof, as if stuck in a loop of his darkest moment, making the Masonic Temple one of the most haunted places in Detroit.

Former Holy Family Orphanage 600 Altamont St, Marquette, MI 49855

In Marquette , the Old City Orphanage, formerly known as the Holy Family Orphanage, stands as an iconic Michigan haunt. The first occupants were 60 Native American children and eight nuns who moved in when it opened in 1915.

Former residents claimed as adults that the nuns abused the children mentally and physically, often using cruel and extreme punishments. Rumors suggest that they even went so far as beating the children to death or leaving them out in northern Michigan’s bitter winters to die.

People who have explored the grounds report that on quiet nights, the tortured souls of little girls can be heard moaning and crying. Those brave enough to enter the building say they’ve seen the apparitions of ghosts as well.

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Michigan’s First State Prison 4000 Cooper St, Jackson, MI 49201

Michigan’s First State Prison, in Jackson, MI, was built in 1838. It was the largest walled prison in the world at the time, housing thousands of inmates.

Riots, neglect, escapes, wrongful deaths, torture, cruelty, and sickness litter this prison’s history, solidifying its reputation as a place of unrest.

These inmates are said to dwell in the halls, rooms, and tunnels underground – lingering in search of redemption, forgiveness, or perhaps a pardon, or just peace. Visitors report seeing apparitions, hearing voices, or being touched by those unseen.

Additionally, the prison is known to be quite noisy, with reports of hearing unearthly moans and phantom screams as well as the sounds of slamming doors and banging on pipes echoing through the halls.

Traverse City State Hospital 830 Cottageview Dr, Traverse City, MI 49684

The Traverse City State Hospital was developed as the Northern Michigan Asylum in 1885 and remained in operation for over 100 years.

Dr. James Decker Munson ran it on the belief in an outdated medical theory that suggested “beauty” could be used as therapy, meaning that a beautiful and tranquil environment could cure the mental illnesses that brought patients to the psychiatric hospital.

Naturally, the former asylum near Grand Traverse Bay is purported to now be a vastly haunted hospital. Some people have reported seeing lights flicker when the electricity was cut or hearing disembodied voices or footsteps that couldn’t be explained.

A few have claimed to have seen shadowy figures or feel invisible forces. Allegedly, dark spirits drove a priest of the asylum’s chapel to hang himself there, causing some to experience strong energy in the chapel as well.

It’s now part of the Grand Traverse Commons , a mixed commercial and residential development. Be sure and use our Guide to Traverse City if you plan to visit.

Even More Haunted Places in Michigan

  • Eloise Asylum – 30712 Michigan Ave, Westland, MI 48186 Said to be one of the most haunted places in America, it’s the basement of this former psychiatric hospital that attracts the ghosts, they say. It’s the ghosts of former patients, some say, and they’ve even made a famous movie about it. You can visit now, because it’s been made into one of the top haunted attractions in Michigan.
  • Mary Mayo Hall – 361 Delta Ct, East Lansing, MI 48825 Named after a pioneer in womens rights, the ghost of Mary Mayo is said to haunt this student dormitory that is named after her.
  • South Manitou Island in Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore This beutiful island in Glen Arbor Township is said to be haunted by former lighthouse keepers who lost their lives at sea.
  • Pere Cheney Cemetery near Houghton Lake – Roscommon, MI 48653 The cemetery is the home of a “witch” said to haunt the area , and some report hearing the sound of children living.
  • Hell’s Bridge (or Devils Birdge) near Grand Rapids – Rockford, MI 49341 This creepy metal bridge is the site of a horrific tale from the 1800’s, when local farmer Elias Friske is said to have killed children put in his charge. He was hung by the townspeople for his crimes, and he is said to haunt the bridge to this day.
  • Findlay Cemetery near Grand Rapids MI- 2 Mile Rd NE, Ada, MI 49301 This cemetery not far from downtown Grand Rapids is said to be haunted the Ada Witch, who was killed by her husband and still returns to haunt the cemetery where she was buried.
  • Paulding Light – Bruce Crossing, MI 49912 Possibly a natural occurance and possible an unnatural occurencem this strange light is seen in a remote valley outside Paulding, MI.
  • Calumet Theater – 340 6th St, Calumet, MI 49913 It’s said that the ghost of a famed Shakespearean actress passed away in the theater in 1909…and she still return to teh stage to this day.
  • Old Presque Isle Lighthouse on Lake Huron – 5295 E Grand Lake Rd, Presque Isle, MI 49777 Why does the light suddenly come on in lighthouse when there is no electricity? Could it be the ghost of a former lightkeeper signalling that he is still there? It might be worth a visit to see.
  • Felt Mansion in Saugatuck – 6597 138th Ave, Holland, MI 49423 This southwest Michigan mansion is said to be haunted by the ghost of AgnesFelt, who died shortly after construction of the massive home was complete almost 100 years ago.
  • David Whitney House in Detroit – 4421 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201 Both David Whitney and his wife died in their mansion, and they’ve been spotted visiting the halsl of all three floors of this swanky restaurant in midtown Detroit .
  • Fayette Ghost Town Fayette, MI – 4785 II Rd, Garden, MI 49835 Once a bustling town in the heart of Copper Country, this well-preserved town is a true Michigan ghost town.
  • Quincy Mine – 49750 US Hwy 41, Hancock, MI 49930 Visit the site of this once-busy copper mine in the Keweenae Peninsula and sse if you can feel the spirits of miners who died while working there.

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Its unfortunate that there are almost no links in your article! I’m planning a tour of Michigan’s haunted places.

Hi Lee, Thanks so much for reaching out! If you’re planning a tour of haunted places in Michigan, be sure and scroll to the bottom of the article for an interactive map to help you plan your trip! Hope you have an excellent time visiting Michigan’s haunted places!

15 of the Best Haunted Houses in Michigan 

09.23.2023 | 6 min read

Some of Michigan’s best and longest-running haunted houses are opening back up for the fall season. Check out this list of 15 of the scariest haunted attractions the state. Happy haunting! 

Southeast Michigan haunted houses

Azra chamber of horrors (madison heights).

Hush Haunted House

Deranged Haunt (Romulus)

Erebus (pontiac).

Rotten Manor Haunted House

Hush Haunted Attraction (Westland)

Scream machine (taylor), west michigan haunted houses, the haunt (wyoming).

Hush Haunted House

South/Southwest Michigan haunted houses

Darksyde acres haunted house (jonesville), jackson’s underworld (jackson), niles scream park (niles), east michigan haunted houses, exit 13 (mount morris), rotten manor (holly).

Rotten Manor

Scarefest Scream Park (Lenox)

Mid-michigan haunted houses, edson incident ship of nightmares (bay city), terror on 27 (ashley), factory of the dead (saginaw).

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34 Terrifyingly Haunted Places Michigan | By: Sherry Trautman | | Updated: October 1, 2023

Are you ready to feel the cold hand of an invisible ghost run down your back while exploring abandoned and the most haunted places in Michigan?  Do you love all things paranormal? You will love these haunted abandoned places in Michigan!

Ever wonder if that flickering light in your house was the evil work of a horrific demon or ghost? For whatever reason, we thrive on the unknown and hope to experience the terrifying. 

  • From haunted theaters to abandoned state hospitals (asylums), Michigan is teaming with haunted locales just waiting to scare the willing. 

To be true ghost hunter, you need the tools of the trade! I mean how fun is this!?   

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  • Be sure to click on this Haunted Places in Michigan Google Map to aid you while driving. 

We created this Haunted Places in MI Interactive Map to help you pinpoint scary, abandoned attractions, houses and spots.  

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Keep reading as we will delve into chilling tales and spine-tingling encounters with the beyond. Heck, why not embark on a Michigan Haunted Road Trip? 

Are you ready?   Let's GO!  

1. Haunted Theater on Mackinac Island

The exterior of the Haunted Theater

Are you ready to be scared?   This creepy haunted theater on Main Street on Mackinac Island, Michigan is just waiting to make you scream! Dark hallways, things that go bump in the dark and scary displays are just a part of the creep factor...

Did you know evil Manitou (evil spirit) has now risen and haunts the corridors of this theater...night an d day.  Visit if you dare....

This haunted attraction on Mackinac Island  definitely makes our haunted places in Michigan list!

"During the day I don't believe in ghosts. At night I'm a little more open-minded " Unknown 

2. Calumet Theater-One of the Truly Most Haunted Places in Michigan 

Flyer showing the inside of the theater.

Calumet Theater- 340 Sixth Street, Calumet, Michigan

Stories that the Calumet Theater is haunted go back more the 50 years so it definitely makes our "Haunted Places In Michigan" list.

WOW! Per the Keewanaw Report, the executive director said, “We always hear different things from our technical directors. Myself, I’ve experienced a few things. Janitorial people, that have been in and out, you have a lot of unexplained music that comes from different locations that’s unexplainable, you’ve got a lot of cold breezes that just hover around you from time to time, a lot of door handles that are locked and people are trying to get in and nobody on the other side.”

The most famous of the reported haunts is actress Madame Helena Modjeska, who died in April 1909.  The famous Shakespearean actress performed at the theater three times in the first 10 years the theater was open. 

Larry, a local 2nd grade teacher friend of ours, took his 2nd grade class to the theater in an effort to show them some haunted places in Michigan. 

Larry stated he spotted Ms. Modjeska's spirit while touring the theater. He was shocked and at a loss for words. A curator backed up his story.

So if you are brave enough, guided tours are offered at select times during box office hours. Just check their website for more information on days, times and prices prior to planning your trip!

3. U.S.S. Edson - Saginaw Valley Naval Ship Museum

Exterior of the USS Edson Destroyer

1680 Martin Street, Bay City Michigan

Did you know the Edson Incident is the only Haunted Ship (Halloween season) in the Midwest held on a Destroyer. Are you brave enough to make your way though five levels of ghosts and whispers?

Each level is scarier than the last (or so I have heard). We have toured this fabulous ship during the day only!

  • Read about our adventures touring the USS Edson during the day!

4. Doherty Hotel | Clare

Clare Downtown

Isn't that chandelier incredible? It's located inside the Doherty Hotel lobby and the dining room is to the right. 

The Doherty family has owned and operated this lovely hotel located in downtown Clare Michigan since the early 1920s. During the years of prohibition, the hotel was a speakeasy, was a hotspot for backroom gambling, and offered adult entertainment. The Mafia and Purple Gang hung out here. Things turned south when in 1938 Isaiah Leebove, a former Purple Gang attorney was murdered in the bar. He was shot by his cousin and business partner, Jack Livingston.   Some people think the ghost of Isaiah Leebove stayed in the hotel.  Others believe the family matriarch, Helen “grandma” Doherty continues to road the halls. Supposedly the soft feeble voice of a woman was recorded in the hotel. 

5-7. Mackinac Island: Grand Hotel, Mission Point Resort, Old Post Cemetary

Mackinac island is home to several battles during the War of 1812 and over the centuries it has seen many tragic deaths. As such, many urban legends tend to build on the island’s hot paranormal activity. Here are the spots where visitors have encountered ghost or other worldly activity:

  • Grand Hotel 
  • Mission Point Resort
  • Old Post Cemetery

8. Arch Rock on Mackinac Island Has a Secret Story...

View from the top of Mackinac Island's Arch Rock

According to legend, Arch Rock on Mackinac Island is the gateway to the spirit world. Souls that pass over the rock will live forever and be strikingly beautiful. I like this legend! 

More awesome than scary but still makes our haunted places in Michigan list! 

9. The Old Jackson State Prison | Jackson's Haunted History | Embark on Ghost Hunts!

Established in 1838, Michigan’s First State Prison operated until 1934. It was a brutal place that housed violent criminals...where lots of violent and bad things happened to inmates and guards alike. 

The old prison is now the Armory Arts Village, a residence, and studio for artisans. Despite renovations, rumors continue of paranormal presence making it one of the most haunted locations in Michigan...for good reason.

Several artists in residence have sketched or painted the apparitions they’ve witness in the hallways or grounds.  Judy Krasnow is the current owner of Jackson Journeys, LLC.

  • She offers daytime historic tours of the prison so maybe you will have the chance to catch sight of an apparition or haunting yourself!

10. Whitefish Point Light Station | Michigan's Upper Peninsula: Unspeakable Tragedy 

White Buildings of Whitefish Point

Chris and I love visiting Whitefish Point located along the shores of Lake Superior.  However, we just learned Whitefish Point Lighthouse is possibly haunted due to spirits lingering there due to numerous tragic shipwrecks.  One of the most well known Michigan shipwrecks is the Edmund Fitzgerald which occured right along "shipwreck coast. The Edmund Fitzgerald's anniversity is November 10th.  

Visitors to Whitefish Point Lighthouse report paranormal encounters with spirits including a little girl whose grandparents were former lightkeepers on the property.  One of the most haunted lighthouses in Michigan!

  • Grab our  Whitefish Point Guide!
  • Chris created a crazy interesting  Edmund Fitzgerald article that you will find fascinating! It took months to create!

11. The Birmingham 8 Theater - Haunted Places in Detroit

Location : 211 S Old Woodward Ave, Birmingham, MI 48009

The Birmingham 8, already reportedly haunted is now a haunted attraction leading up to Halloween. Come on out for “Ghosts on the Balcony” haunted attraction. This 100-year old movie theater is your chance to see ghostly apparitions, hear strange noises or jump at footsteps behind you.  Tickets can be purchased here .

  • Here's more Michigan Haunted Houses !

12. Fort Gratiot Lighthouse | Port Huron, MI | Haunted Lighthouses in Michigan!

White Fort Gratiot Lighthouse

Fort Gratiot Lighthouse , located at 2802 Omar St, Port Huron, MI 48060 was  constructed in the 1820′s. This Port Huron light is Michigan’s oldest lighthouse and you can tour it, I did! 

The Lighthouse has undergoing paranormal investigations which documented spooky activity including sudden decreases in temperature and flashlights turning off and on.

  • Grab our Fort Gratiot Lighthouse Guide and Port Huron Guide !

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You can tour the lighthouse with a local guide and see for yourself!

13. Haunted Road in Michigan | Freeland Michigan Located in Mid Michigan

'Michigan’s most cursed road' in Saginaw is thought to be Dice Road. It's actually located in Freeland with some notable ghostly apparitions see at the Dice Road Cemetery. The Midland Daily News article is a fascinating read about multiple encounters residents have reported to the police.

Some people reported loud pounding noises inside and outside a home on Dice Road and bobbing orbs in the Dice Road Cemetery. So if you visit, be sure to guard your soul as it's ripe for the plucking!

If you want to see more, watch, “A Haunting on Dice Road: The Hell House” , on Amazon Prime.

14. Anchor Inn: Float in For Haunted Ghost Tours | See Paranormal Activity for Yourself!

1781 Heightsview Drive, Houghton Lake Heights, MI

Check out their historical haunted tours and ghost investigations offered in the summer and fall months!  

You may see full body apparitions, shadow figures, poltergeist activity, odd noises, voices, laughter, mists, orbs and objects moving while dining at the Anchor Inn.  Of course, ghost stories will be shared with guests as you search for paranormal activity. 

That's enough evidence to place this Inn on our most haunted places in Michigan list!

15. The Devils Elbow

Located along the famous Tunnel of Trees along M-119 west of Harbor Springs is the famous Devil's Elbow.  A spring in a nearby ravine is believed by the area Odawa Indian bands to be the home of spirits that enjoy making their presence known as darkness descends upon the area. 

16. River Basin National Battlefield Park

  • Location: 333 N Dixie Hwy, Monroe, MI 48162

We've heard that River Raisin National Battlefield Park is possibly one of the most haunted places in Michigan.  

And for good reason.. .

River Raisin, a historic landmark, was one of the biggest battles of 1812. The American troops who were settled there were attacked by around 1000 British soldiers and Native Americans. Then disaster struck. About 300 American soldiers were killed and several hundreds of other soldiers were gravely wounded.

  • Accordingly, there as been numerous reported sightings of ghostly soldiers wandering the grounds . 
  • Visitors to the battlefield have seen ghosts in doorways of their photos and ghost hunters have recorded EVPs of moaning, crying and battlefield sounds!

17. Michigan State Capitol is Spooky: Do You Feel a Chill Down Your Spine?

Painting on the wall

View this post on Instagram I am still obsessed with the beauty of the dome at our Michigan State Capitol! . the rotunda rises 160 feet to an opening at the top of the inner dome. Called the oculus, or “eye” of the dome, it provides a glimpse into the vastness of the universe, represented by a starry sky. Just below the oculus are eight monumental paintings of female figures. Painted on canvas and glued directly to the inner dome, they are muses—guides and sources of inspiration—drawn from Greek and Roman mythology. Find the muse representing “art” (she is the one holding a paint palette in one hand). Starting with art and proceeding to your right, the muses are agriculture, law, science, justice, industry, commerce and education. Each muse offers the people of Michigan the means to achieve progress and future prosperity. They are the work of an Italian artist, Tommaso Juglaris, who painted them in 1886 while painting and teaching in Boston. . . . #michiganstatecapitol #greatlakesloving #greatlakesstate #exploremichigan #statecapitol #michiganart #michiganarchitecture #puremi #puremitten #puremichiganders #michigan #michiganders #stunning_shots #ipulledoverforthis #photooftheday A post shared by Michigan Travel+Food Adventure (@travelingmichigan) on May 3, 2019 at 5:46am PDT

If you haven't toured our gorgeous Michigan State Capitol in Lansing, you need to get to it! 

But only if you dare.   Strange sightings, cold spots and things moving mysteriously on their own have been reported.  Could it be due to the vast amount of Civil War artifacts or ...

1) In the 1880's, a teenager was working as a pageboy.  He though it would be a good idea to show off by attempting to jump between the railings of the Grand Staircase...well, let's just say he missed and fell two stories to his death.

2) An elevator maintenance man was electrocuted to death.

3) In the early 1990's, a man who was working in the rotunda fell over the railing to his death when his boom lift broke. Sightings of his ghost has been reported walking near the rotunda area, wearing his painting overalls.

4) A roofer wasn't paying attention and fell to his death.

Talk about eerie!  Keep reading for more  haunted places in Michigan!

Read More: Secrets of the Michigan State Capitol

18. Michigan's G.A.R. Museum | Are There Civil War Spirits Roaming the Halls?

If you like to go ghost hunting for century-old spirits of Civil War Union soldiers, check out the G.A.R. museum in Eaton Rapids.

For over three decades, the building was a gathering place for more than 450 Civil War veterans.  These Civil War soldiers enjoyed socializing, telling stories and listening to music. Over the years, the building was a dance studio, hardware store, bowling alley and a few other uses. It's now a museum for Civil War history.

Per the Lansing Journal , the G.A.R. museum is a ghostly hotspot for unexplained voices that at times will answer spoken questions from the beyond the grave. Also, a second-floor piano once seemed to play three notes by itself.  

19. See the Paulding Light

The light appears in a valley outside of Paulding, Michigan , in the Upper Peninsula, near Watersmeet off US 45 on Robbins Pond Road/Old US 45. 

Chris' personal haunted places in Michigan experience: "You will drive down an abandoned railroad line. It's a long scary dirt road.  You will come to a dead end, with no place to go. If you look off into the distance at night you will see spooky undulating red and green lights." 

Definitely a ghost train!  At least that is what we choose to believe! What do you think?

20. State Hospital in Traverse City-My favorite Haunted Places in Michigan!

View inside a steam tunnel

Traverse City State Hospital (Asylum) has been renamed The Village at Grand Traverse Commons.

Address: 830 Cott ageview Drive, Suite 101 Traverse City, Michigan

  • My friends, if you want awesome haunted places in Michigan, this is the place. .. I went into the basement alone during a recent tour and let's just say, I didn't feel alone . 

The Northern Michigan Asylum was first built in 1885.  It operated for 104 years, but closed it's doors in 1989.  After years of solitude and disrepair, the old mental hospital gained a reputation for being haunted.  I mean how can it not!?

During my visit, I found old beds, graffiti on the walls from past patients, paint chipping off walls, dark hallways, lonely kitchens and of course the steam tunnels-all a perfect mix for harboring ghosts-friendly or not. 

If you are intrigued, you can sign up for their tours!  Be active in finding the most haunted places in Michigan yourself! ;)

21. Detroit Fisher Body Plant 21 - Haunted Places in Detroit

Graffiti walls in an abandoned factory

The Detroit Fisher Body Plant 21 is definitely a spooky place to visit.  You can definitely feel the energy that used to hum in these walls when the factory was in full production.  

If you go, exercise caution and don't venture in very far.  You never know who (or what) may be inside these buildings so it's not really safe. 

Read More:   Detroit Things to Do and See

22. Detroit's Packard Automotive Plant | Haunted Places in Detroit

Graffiti walls in an abandoned factory

Detroit Packard Automotive Plan t :  6199 Concord Ave, Detroit, MI 48211

Detroit Packard Automotive Plant History : During World War 1, the plant was integral to the war effort as they assembled airplane engines.

After the war, the plant wished to be cutting edge so in the 1920s the Packard Plant began the transition from hand assembly to an assembly line.

Due to this ingenuity, the company became known for their outstanding engineering and for creating one of the highest quality luxury vehicles produced in the United States.

  • But things then went downhill...

By 1954, the multistory building plan fell out of favor so Packard's vehicles was transferred to a new plant on Conner Avenue.  

But then in 1956 the Packard Car Company went out of business and shut their doors for good.

The plant is now completely abandoned.  Time and vandals have slowly destroyed the once bustling factory.  

NOTE: In the past, we have explored this abandoned factory a few times but now security constantly circles this area and there are no trespassing signs everywhere.  

23. Ghosts of Lighthouse Point | Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

The Marquette Maritime Museum offers Ghosts of Lighthouse Point tours, usually around Halloween.  Chris and I toured this museums last year and loved it.

The Marquette Maritime Museum, located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, has sobering exhibits on shipwrecks in Marquette and Lake Superior.  Learn more about the Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald and see a 3-D Breeches Buoy Exhibition.  

24. Hell's Bridge | Algoma Michigan


So...according to, in the mid-1800's, an older man named Elias Friske (of which the road was named after) murdered local children at the location. YIKES!

Babysitting Nightmare from Hell:

As the legend goes, several children were missing so the townspeople organized a search party but needed someone to look after their children (of course! Why not the creepy old guy down by the river?!)

They thought Mr. Friske looked trustworthy (um, ok) so they left the kids in his care.

  • (First horror movie scene, TAKE 1)

Mr. Friske wasn't exactly the nurturing type, so he tied the children together and marched them into the woods. As the children got closer to the bridge, they noticed a horrible smell. 

Mr. Friske, then kicked aside some leaves (ta da!) revealing the bodies of the other missing children. 

  • (Second horror movie scene, TAKE 2)

Their screams were unheard as they were swallowed by the night.  Mr. Friske began to kill the kids and tossed their bodies into the Rogue River. 

  • (Third horror movie scene, TAKE 3)

Upon returning to pick up their children, the parents discovered everyone was missing. 

They searched the river and discovered the dead bodies of their children in the water. Mr. Friske was then found close by, covered in blood, shouting that the devil made him do it. 

(Final horror movie scene-are your eyes still covered?)

Furious, the townspeople used the rope Friske had used to tie up the children and hung him from the nearby stone footbridge. 

Rumor Has It: You can see the faces of the murdered kids in the river and hear screams of the terrified kids.  So be careful if you are tubing down the river as the ghost of Mr. Friske may bind your hands and drag you into the river... In the past years, the stone bridge crumbled but was replaced by a metal one.  It was named "Hell's Bridge" by locals.

I don't know about you, but this has a serious creep factor written all over it.  Definitely deserves the top of our haunted places in Michigan list.

25. Spooky Dredge #2 | Keewanaw Peninsula, Michigan's Upper Peninsula

Aerial view of the Dredge

This creepy Dredge is located in Hubbell, which is in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. We love visiting the Dredge as it's close to where Chris grew up.

*See the map above for the specific location .

If you are brave enough and have sticky soled shoes, you can walk along the beam to the main part of the dredge. 

Read more about the history of Dredge #2 . 

26. Belle Isle Abandoned Zoo | Haunted Places in Detroit

Abandoned building covered by graffiti

Belle Isle Zoo, Detroit. One of the most haunted abandoned places in Michigan.

This outdoor Belle Isle Zoo (later named the Children’s Zoo) was open for 107 years before being closed for good in 2002. Mysteries and echoes of its troubled past definitely resonates across the grounds. 

There is a fence surrounding the abandoned zoo but you can still see the metal entrance gate, fencing for the animals and several odd thatched roofs that previously housed the inhabitants. 

Chris and I definitely had an eerie and scary feeling about this abandoned zoo in Michigan.

27. The Felt Mansion/Estate | Holland, MI | Is it Haunted?

felt estate

The Felt Estate is so impressive and grand, Chris and I were impressed! It's located very close to the Saugatuck Dunes State Park in Saugatuck .  It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.

Dorr E. Felt began building his dream home, Felt Mansion in 1925.  It had 25 rooms and was a whopping 12,000 square feet! Sadly, as fate would have it, six weeks after the home was completed, his wife passed away.  Just about a year and a half later he too passed away...some say from a broken heart. 

Throughout the years, the Felt Mansion was a prep school for Catholic boys, a prison and then into a home for cloistered nuns.  Now, the Felt Mansion is a spot for seasonal events, tours of the mansion and grounds, or dancing the night away for a romantic wedding in 

  • Speaking of dancing , there has been sightings of shadowy figures dancing in the ballroom, ghostly images of Dorr and Agnes Felt wandering the hallways, or doors opening and closing on their own. 

28. Fayette Ghost Town (in Fayette State Park)

13700 13.25 Lane, Garden, Michigan

Fayette was once a bustling iron smelting town but now it sits abandoned and silent.  As you wander among the buildings, you can't help but feel an eerie presence. 

Named after Mr. Fayette Brown, the Jackson Iron Company agent who chose the site, Fayette was at one time, one of the Upper Peninsula's most productive iron-smelting operations.

Fayette operated from 1867 to l891.  Its blast furnaces produced a total of 229,288 tons of iron.  The operation used hardwood forests for fuel and limestone to purify the iron ore.  

When you visit Fayette State Park , be sure to check out the 19 structures which tells the story of iron smelting operations and those who lived there.

But be on the lookout for ghosts of miners past.  They may have stores about their own lives that they want to share with you. 

29. Quincy Mine in Michigan's Upper Peninsula

Exterior of a mine in Houghton

Quincy Mine,  49750 US-41, Hancock, MI 49930

The Quincy Mine is an extensive set of copper mines located near Houghton Michigan .

The mine was owned by the Quincy Mining Company and operated between 1846 and 1945, although some activities continued through the 1970's.

As you can imagine, there were accidents while mining, leaving confused and angry miner ghosts roaming the area.

The Quincy Mine offers  tours  that tells of the fascinating history. 

Houghton, Michigan  has tons of great historic places to see, tour and explore.

30. Grand Island East Channel Light

Lighthouse near the water

Grand Island, Michigan (Near Munising, Michigan's Upper Peninsula)

Snapping this photo of the Grand Island East Channel Light was definitely eerie as I felt like I was being watched from the upper window .  

As we were told, one of the light house keepers had around 9 children and they all stayed in this lighthouse!  Talk about close quarters! 

This small wooden frame lighthouse and the North Light were built in 1867 for the purpose of guiding ships safely into Munising Bay.


By 1905, the Lighthouse Board decided the light was no longer serving it's original purpose.  In 1908 range lights were constructed on the main land so it was abandoned for good in 1913. 

Want to see this haunted lighthouse?   Take a boat ride to see Pictured Rocks ! There's tons to see in Munising too!

31-34. Michigan State University | Spartan Spirits May Be Lurking Across the Campus!

Spooky reports keep floating around that Michigan State University may have some haunted sites.  Are there Spartan Spirits ?

Beaumont Tower - Several spooky reports indicate ghostly couples in old-timey dress, holding hands and wandering around Beaumont Tower on foggy mornings.

MSU Museum -  Over the past several years, Michigan State University students working in the basement labs late at night reported hearing spooky noises and echoes of people walking back and forth on the first and second floors above.

Mary Mayo Hall -  Possibly the most infamous ghost story is of Mary Mayo who is seen walking the halls and showing off her skills on the piano in the "Red Room."  The Red Room was rumored as a spot for satanic rituals and the spot where a young girl may have died. The floor where the Red Room is located is now closed to students and visitors, but lights and ghostly images are often spotted passing the 4th floor windows. 

Beai Garden - Visitors or students have witnesses spooky screams in the garden late at night. Shadowy figures and a male apparition dressed in 1920s clothing has been spotted. 

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  • The Edson Incident

Located in Bay City 989-402-5239-->

The Edson Incident is a premier haunted attraction aboard the mighty USS Edson in Bay City, Michigan. Those brave enough to enter will twist and climb their way through 5 hellish decks of the Vietnam era U.S. Navy Destroyer! Each turn and stairway leads you into a NEW NIGHTMARE!! Will you survive The EDSON INCIDENT? Virtual que lines. Wait in the comfort of your car until notified. Tic... Read More

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  • Shawhaven Haunted Farm

Located in Mason 517-676-1649-->

Opening for our 18th year. We have over 140 acres of fear. Every year we re-create our haunts to ensure farm fresh fear! This year we’ve added more rooms for the biggest Haunt ever. This year, the Freak and Oddities show has been expanded. Enter and be mystified by the odd, the strange, and the unusual. Witness first-hand what no one else will easily believe. SAMARA’S RETIREMENT HOME FO... Read More

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  • Hush Haunted Attraction

Located in Westland 734-502-6026-->

Prepare yourself for an adventure filled with mystery, adventure, and horror, as you step into the 4th dimension at Hush Haunted Attraction. Dare to enter our 4 cryptic haunted attractions, where darkness unveils chilling secrets. Next, discover 3 secret bars hidden within the shadows, offering forbidden libations. Unravel the enigma of fear as the night embraces the unknown. Get ready ... Read More

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  • Past Tense After Dark

Located in Lapeer 810-664-5559-->

Welcome to Past Tense After Dark, Lapeer's PREMIER haunted destination. We feature 3 heart pounding haunted attractions, The Hayride of Despair, The Corn Maze of Fear and the House of Horrors. Can you survive all 3? Before, after or while you wait, you can enjoy donuts, ice cream, and snacks at our warm Cider Mill Restaurant on site. (full menu stops at 9pm) House of Horrors Your h... Read More

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  • Rotten Manor

Located in Holly 248-930-2835-->

Rotten Manor Haunted Attraction is a highly detailed and immersive haunted attraction that includes, The Manor and The Rotten Forest/Aslyum, & The Rotten Theatre. The Manor & The Forest/Asylum are approximately 35-45 minutes long. The Rotten Hayride takes you on a chilling ride through the haunted woods of Rotten Manor. The Rotten Theatre is an old timey vintage style Theatre and is about 25 mi... Read More

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  • The Scream Machine Haunted Attraction

Located in Taylor 313-666-3327-->

The Scream Machine is in a NEW LOCATION for 2023!!! Located at 25710 Northline Rd in Taylor, MI Do you dare cross the threshold of insanity and come face to face with your deepest fears? Those brave enough to enter the Machine will start their journey with Madame Clarise at Hawthorne Manor, trying to survive her putrid pets while you navigate the sprawl of the manor’s gruesome gro... Read More

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  • Abandoned Acres Farm Haunted Attraction

Located in Sparta 616-914-6004-->

ABOUT OUR ATTRACTIONS: Our Haunted Attraction is a unique, immersive experience so prepare to be scared. First up the Bloody Butcher Corn Maze is full of Mutant Pumpkins, Witches, Hillbillies, Wandering Corpses, Scarecrows and other insane farm animals. Second is Big Top Terror Vision Corn Maze that is Carnival themed full of crazed clowns, misfits and deranged circus animals in... Read More

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  • DarkSyde Acres Haunted House

Located in Jonesville 517-549-5100-->

Haunted House and Halloween Attractions: Darksyde Acres Haunted House and Halloween Attractions, located in Jonesville, Michigan, just off U.S.12. With multiple Haunted Houses and Attractions this Halloween Season, there is something for the whole family. From Extreme Haunts to kid friendly Hay Rides. 70,000 SQ Feet Of In Your Face Terror. Over 5000 SQ Ft Indoor & Interactive W... Read More

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  • Slay Nights presents Blood Oaths

Located in Howell 517-302-2136-->

2023 season Slay Nights presents: Blood Oath Dare to enter Slay Nights Haunted House, Michigan's premier haunted attraction. This indoor, two-story haunt is approximately 20-30 minutes long filled with high-tech effects and gruesome scenes that will leave you screaming for more. As you step through the doors of Slay Nights, you'll be transported to a world of darkness and terror. You'll encounte... Read More

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  • Slaughterhouse Adventure & Grand River Corn Maze

Located in Fowlerville 517-223-9140-->

Our Haunted Maze is all in your mind…. or is it ? What’s truly around the next corner. Come to find out. We have unique scares, animatronics, chainsaws, cage lift off ground with you inside, 30’ fire explosions, clowns, monsters and did I say chainsaws ! The Haunted House is award winning and rightfully so. It is like going thru an interactive play with Chris Angel like scares that lea... Read More

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  • Erebus Haunted Attraction

Located in Pontiac 248-332-7884-->

Descend into Erebus, Michigan's Best Haunted House Attraction The four-story haunted house, tower of terror, is located in Downtown Pontiac, MI. Serving terrifying thrills, unforgettable moments of laughter, and blood-curdling screams. Come feast your eyes on state of the art Hollywood special effects where things will bite you, grab you, and attack you! Can you and your group of fr... Read More

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  • Azra Chamber of Horrors Haunted House

Located in Madison Heights 734-718-0088-->

Azra Chamber of Horrors is Metro Detroit's newest and most terrifying haunted house experience. Each chamber is more menacing than the last. Every turn holds a new terror, so no matter what your darkest fear is, we’ve got it covered. Rated number one Haunt in Michigan, top 20 in the country, and boasting the rating of #1 fan favorite in the country via Scare Factor, this interactive mul... Read More

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1 of Michigan’s Most Famous Haunted Houses That You Never Heard Of

Nestled in the heart of Michigan’s Upper Thumb, Bay Port is a town steeped in history and mystery. While it’s home to the vanished Ora Labora German Colony that existed from 1861-1867, the enigmatic Old Bay Port Cemetery , and the presumed haunted Bay Port Hotel , one site stands out as a magnet for paranormal enthusiasts: the Sweet Dreams Inn . The now-closed B&B is considered one of the most active haunted houses in Michigan.

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The haunting legacy of sweet dreams inn in bay port.

Built in 1890 by the prominent William H. Wallace, this Victorian mansion has become one of Michigan’s most paranormal active homes. From the footsteps of William Wallace to the spectral presence of his family members, the inn offers more than just a night’s stay; it promises an encounter with the unknown. In this article, we’ll delve into the tragic history, the haunting figures, and the eerie occurrences that make the Sweet Dreams Inn a must-visit for anyone intrigued by the supernatural.

Tragic History of William Wallace’s Life in Bay Port

Haunted House - William Wallace

The Inn was built in 1890 at the end of the lumber era in the Upper Thumb. Contracted by William H. Wallace, the Victorian-style home was designed with the tastes and style common at that time by those with means. Wallace was a huge landowner and had a business interest in many areas.

Wallace was active in politics and was a delegate in the Republican National Convention in 1908, 1916, and 1924. He was president of Michigan Sugar Company and Bay Port State Bank.  He owned the Wallace Stone Quarry just south of town and still in operation today.  

Bay Port Michigan 1940

In 1895, William and W.J. Orr established the Bay Port Fish Company , which is still in operation in the community today.

His first wife, Elizabeth, died in 1893, and local lore tells that she passed away in the home.  William was tragically killed after an automobile accident in 1933. They’re also a bit of a mystery as to the final resting place of William Wallace. Despite the prominence of this individual in Bay Port, Wallace was not buried in Bay Port. He is buried in Bad Axe, miles away.

The original family owned the large mansion for over 100 years. The family lived on the first two floors. They entertained in a large ballroom on the third floor. Local historians noted that the Wallaces would host parties on Saturday night that would last well into the morning hours. Guests say that most of the paranormal activity occurs on the third floor of the haunted house.

“Me and my best friend live in Bay Port We have seen ghosts and heard screams countless times walking on the street in front of the Sweet Dreams Inn. Also, have heard stories of ghosts and have seen the little girl looking out of the left window on the third floor. So I believe it is haunted!!!”

The Locally Famous Sweet Dreams Inn

Sweet Dreams Inn

The Inn is considered one of the most paranormally active homes in Michigan. Thus, it’s no coincidence that visitors say Wallace and his first wife still roam the inn with his heavy footsteps and whispering in the guests’ ears. While they are considered friendly spirits, some visitors leave the inn in the middle of the night as Wallace’s ghost wanders the mansion, telling the guests to leave.

Sweetdreams Inn

The Sweet Dreams Inn was a specialized bed-and-breakfast where guests hoped to experience the proximity of these friendly ghosts. Guests have reported opening and closing doors, and beds and chairs are moved.

Some report feeling touched and hearing voices and footfalls where nobody has been. One event caught on a cell phone video was an “orb” flying through one of the guest bedrooms.

Additional Haunting Figures: Ora and Margaret Wallace

While William Wallace’s presence is strongly felt in the inn, he’s not the only family member who seems to linger. His youngest daughter, Ora, is known to haunt the third floor. Guests have reported furniture moving and even feeling a touch, believed to be Ora trying to interact with them.

Margaret, William’s second wife, also has a spectral presence. She’s often felt on the second floor, rattling doorknobs as if checking on the children. Her maternal instincts appear to transcend the mortal realm, adding another layer to the inn’s haunted reputation.

A Deeper Dive into Paranormal Activities

Guests and locals alike have reported a wide range of paranormal activities. Spirits have been heard talking, crying, giggling, and even answering questions. Some guests have captured these eerie occurrences on their cell phones, adding to the inn’s haunted allure. Whether it’s lights flickering on and off or objects mysteriously moving, the inn never fails to give its visitors a supernatural experience.

Video Tour of The Closed Sweet Dreams Inn

Bay Area Supernatural Encounters visits The Sweet Dreams Inn

“Been there several times and have experienced activity first hand: footsteps, voices. Just because one person doesn’t have an experience doesn’t mean it never happens.”

At times, guests are unnerved by the experience and leave in the middle of the night. The owner described the events in the inn as those of a haunted house that appealed to those seeking a supernatural experience.

Sweet Dreams inn 3rd floor yessss voice ..

 “Most guests don’t know (about the unexplained occurrences) but they usually find out by the end of the night. Some guests leave at 3 or 4 a.m.”

But You Can’t Stay There Anymore…But!

Sweet Dreams Inn Sign

The inn has been featured in two Haunted Michigan travel books and appeared in a paranormal documentary and movie. It’s also found on the famous Pure Michigan website. However, the Inn is no longer registering guests, and its official website has been down. However, if you’re interested in staying at the B&B, the owner did post to message her. However, the Sweet Dreams Inn Facebook Page no longer exists.

The Inn Today: A Ghostly Relic?

As of now, the Sweet Dreams Inn is no longer operational, according to sources. However, its haunted legacy continues to intrigue both locals and visitors. If you’re interested in experiencing the inn’s paranormal activities, watch for special tours or events that may allow you to explore this ghostly relic.

Contact Information for the Brave

For those daring enough to experience the inn’s hauntings firsthand, you can reach out for tours or special events at 586-863-2920 or via email at [email protected] . While the inn may not be operational as a bed-and-breakfast, its haunted history continues to draw the curious and the brave.

More Hauntingly Related Stories of Michigan Haunted Houses

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The Upper Thumb region has enough reports and stories to make it one of the most active paranormal areas in the state. Haunted Bay Port will give you an indication of just how active it is. The story starts in the last 1800s with a story of a local note that gave rise to the tale of the haunted Bay Port Hotel. But Bay Port isn’t the only town in the Upper Thumb with things that bump at night.

See our report on other Spooky Spots in Michigan’s Thumb for sites you can visit and experience. Many are not haunted, but they sure can be spooky. Finally, here is a story for the ages. At one time, the tip of the Thumb was hit by a crime spree. Check out the Legend of the Caseville Grave Robbers . You will be surprised why they were digging up the graveyard.

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Michael Hardy is the owner of Thumbwind Publications LLC. Michael was born in Michigan and grew up near Caseville. In 2009 he started this fun-loving site covering Michigan's Upper Thumb. Since then, he has authored a vast range of content and established a loyal base of 60,000 visitors per month.

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51 Haunted Places in Michigan

With Halloween approaching, many people find themselves in need of a spooky fix. Well, we’re here to help. We’ve assembled a list of 51 of Michigan’s most haunted places, from the scaries of Michigan’s haunted houses to spooky cemeteries to old psychiatric hospitals…what can we say, Michigan has a little bit of everything. Please take note that many of these places have been torn down and replaced, or exist on private property, so make sure you have permission to enter any of these locations before you go ghost hunting. That said, if you’re just curious of some of the local legends around the state, check out the map as well as the list below.


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Enter if you dare: Michigan’s best haunted houses (and one ghost ship)

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Photo courtesy of Four Green Fields Farm via Facebook

The best part about Four Green Fields Farm is that its seasonal activities—including a corn maze, pumpkin patch, and horse-drawn wagon rides—all still cost the same as they did when the farm opened in 2007. 

So for the measly amount of $4, you can wander through the farm’s haunted maze on Friday and Saturday nights throughout October—if you dare. You can also make a private booking for your group to experience the haunted attraction alone, where they’ll throw in access to a picnic area, pavilion, fieldstone grill, and bonfire pit. 

New Salem Corn Maze , Dorr

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Photo courtesy of New Salem Corn Maze via Facebook

There are two different paths you can take through the Witches Woods at the New Salem Corn Maze: the Wicked Woods or the Twisted Trail. If you’re up for an added thrill, you can also travel through the haunted corn maze, making you laugh and scream in equal measure. 

According to the website, “It will leave you out of breath as you crawl, walk, or run your way through the twists and turns as you try to escape the crazy atmosphere.” There are more than 20 attractions and dozens of actors committed to giving you the spook of your life, beginning at dusk on weekends throughout October, with a Light Spooktacular scheduled on select nights and a daytime maze open on Sundays. Admission costs $25 per person. 

Jollay Orchards Haunted House , Coloma

Daytime at Jollay Orchards may be all about picking your own apples, taking a hayride, and scarfing down fresh donuts, but nighttime brings a different kind of fun. 

One family has been attending for 30 years, writing “The hayride, maze and the haunted church with the pumpkin patch and apple picking are incredible. A family tradition we hope will continue for generations to come.” Head on down to the Coloma farm to make a fun Halloween tradition for yourself. 

Abandoned Acres Farm Haunted Attraction , Sparta

This year, there are two highly rated haunted attractions at Abandoned Acres Farm. Let’s start with the Bloody Butcher Corn Maze, which is reportedly “full of mutant pumpkins, witches, hillbillies, wandering corpses, scarecrows and other insane farm animals.” Then there’s the Big Top Terror Vision Corn Maze, a carnival-themed maze “full of crazed clowns, misfits and deranged circus animals in a 3D environment.” With 3D glasses included, that’s the most eye-popping maze on our list. 

This spooky YouTube video provides a preview with some background.  

Erebus Haunted Attraction , Pontiac

Erebus is considered one of the best haunted attractions in the country and even holds a Guinness World Record for the largest walk-through haunt. The four-story haunted house in downtown Pontiac includes state-of-the-art special effects that are so scary you might want to take one of the early exit doors. 

Ticket prices vary, and the event runs through Nov. 4. To get a sneak peek, watch the Time Travel Experiment YouTube video . 

Motor City Ghosts , Detroit

If you want to experience Detroit’s highest-rated ghost tour, look no further than Motor City Ghosts. The scariest part of this attraction? It’s all based on true stories. 

As the website reads, “Boosted by Eminem and his stories of 8 Mile, the truth about this Metro city harbors a darker, more grim truth that’s created the terrifying hauntings of Motor City. Join Motor City Ghosts to hear the disturbing details of the tragedy and sinister acts that spawned a curse not even Houdini could escape.”

The one-hour nightly tours start at the Alhambra Building and take you to the city’s most haunted locations. Tickets cost $25. 

Twisted Fears Haunted House , Clinton Township  

This attraction is not only “one of the craziest home haunts in Michigan” but also entirely free. Yep—you heard that right—Twisted Fears Haunted House provides an unforgettable, fun-and-fear-filled experience for no cost. 

The event is open Oct. 20-31 from 7-9:30 p.m., plus kids’ days with no scary actors on Oct. 22 and 29 from 5-6:30 p.m.

Blake’s Big Apple Haunted Attractions , Armada

There’s so much to do this season at Blake’s Orchard and Cider Mill, including U-pick apples and a tasting room that has a range of ciders. But for those who enjoy the spooky side of life, there are haunted hayrides, zombie paintball, a haunted barn, and an aptly named attraction called Spookyland—all of which are open on weekend nights. 

Tickets sell out quickly, so be sure to secure yours ASAP. 

Past Tense After Dark , Lapeer

Lapeer’s premier haunted destination includes three frightful attractions that are open on Friday and Saturday nights through Oct. 28. There’s the House of Horrors, Corn Maze of Fear, and Hayride of Despair. Which will you choose? 

Tickets cost $10-$15 per attraction, or get a combo package for $30. 

Michigan’s Haunted Thrill Park , Ypsilanti

If you want the most bang (or fear) for your buck, Michigan’s Haunted Thrill Park is for you. Featuring five attractions (the Ultimate Haunted Barn, Mindshaft, Asylum, Hayride of the Lost, and Alien Clowns in 3D), there is so much to do, and so many screams to let out. 

Tickets cost $35 and up and can only be purchased online. 

Hush Haunted Attraction , Westland

Hush is another multi-faceted venue, a spooky speakeasy haven that offers a variety of different haunts (four, to be exact) with secret bars located throughout. 

One happy Google reviewer wrote, “Drove 3-1/2 hours to get there, and worth it. They do amazingly to scare you, so be ready. Best haunted house I have been to.” Don’t believe it can be that good? Watch the 2023 trailer to see for yourself. 

General admission costs $20-$33 with bar add-ons available, running through Nov. 4. 

The Scream Machine , Taylor

Even if you’ve been to The Scream Machine in years past, you’ll want to make your return in 2023, as it’s found a home in a brand-new venue that is double the size. 

Here’s the backstory: “The Scream Machine was the brainchild of Dr. Scratch—a disgraced former neurosurgeon shunned by the medical community for his gruesome, unethical experimentations into fear. The machine is fed by the energy it elicits from those seeking thrills … The test phase is never-ending, as the machine is ever-growing and constantly hungry.” You can also add two escape rooms for some bonus fun. 

Tickets start at $25 per person. 

Azra Chamber of Horrors Haunted House , Madison Heights

You can’t go wrong with Azra Chamber of Horrors, as it was rated the No. 1 haunted house in the state by Scare Factor, Haunt World, and Fright Find. Over at Michigan Haunted Houses , the attraction is given the rare “very scary” rating, so be warned. General admission tickets cost $35, and even if they’re sold out online, you can buy them onsite at the ticket booth.

Rotten Manor , Holly

If you have enough guts to enter the one and only Rotten Manor, you’ll embark on a “spine-tingling journey [that] will take you on a winding path of terror that lasts approximately 35-45 minutes,” featuring talented actors and scary surprises lurking around every corner. 

Ticket prices vary by attraction and day of the week and are only sold onsite. 

DarkSyde Acres Haunted House , Jonesville

You might not expect to find a one-of-a-kind Halloween attraction in rural Michigan, but DarkSyde Acres has been spooking area residents for 17 years and counting. There are five haunted houses to choose from—all with hand-built sets and state-of-the-art effects that cater to all ages. 

General admission tickets cost $22 and grant you access to all haunted houses on the property.

Niles Scream Park , Niles

If you want to experience America’s largest haunted theme park this spooky season, look no further than Niles Scream Park. The park offers six major attractions—which they rebuild every year to keep things fresh—across 44 acres, so it will certainly keep you busy.

This Facebook review says it all: “Drove 4 hours to experience this from the other side of the state! It was our last stop on our 16 haunts this year & every bit of worth it! This will be added to our list every year now. Great haunts, awesome atmosphere … Plus got some horrorments to go on the Christmas tree this year! Definitely recommend!”

Tickets vary by date and attraction. 

Zoerman’s Zombies , Jackson

Zoerman’s Zombies is an immersive haunted house that includes 3D art, hair-raising actors, and realistic sound effects. Although the normal hours are 8-11:30 p.m., the attraction is also open from 7-8 p.m., but without so many scares for those who don’t necessarily want to scream until their voice gives out. 

The attraction is open Fridays and Saturdays throughout October and tickets cost $20 per person. 

Awaken Haunted Attraction , Leslie

At Awaken Haunted Attraction, you can experience four linked haunts with one ticket, but there are side attractions and events for added fun. Scores of reviewers praise the talented actors, carefully curated and creative sets, and unique events. 

Tickets depend on the event and date, so be sure to plan ahead. 

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Haunted Houses in Michigan

Did you know that Michigan has 73 haunted house attractions listed for the 2021 Halloween haunt season !? Some of them may be located closer to you than you think…

Below, we’ll break down what types of haunts you can choose from, ranging from spooky hayrides and terrifying trail walks to creepy home haunts and multi-attraction scream parks . We’ll also discuss where in Michigan some of the most popular haunted houses are located!

The following list totals up each type of haunt in Michigan , based on how they are listed on our website:

  • Haunted Barns: 1
  • Haunted Boats: 2
  • Charity Haunts: 13
  • Haunted Cornfields/Mazes: 12
  • Haunted Farms: 2
  • Haunted Hayrides: 10
  • Home/Yard Haunts: 7
  • Haunted Mazes: 5
  • Haunted Houses with Multiple Attractions: 23
  • Haunted Trails: 21
  • Haunted Trains: 1
  • Year-Round Haunts: 1

The city with the most attractions / surrounding haunts is Detroit, MI .

Each year, we search the internet to find out what these haunts are up to during the off-season. During our 2021 update session for Michigan , 32 haunts ’ information was updated, 0 were removed and 0 haunts were added to the Michigan Haunted House Directory .

Here are our most recent reviews of haunted houses in Michigan * according to our local Scream Team’s experience:

  • Azra Chamber of Horrors – Madison Heights, MI (2020) with an overall score of 8.93 !
  • Exit 13 Haunted House – Mount Morris, MI (2019) with an overall score of 8.9 !
  • The Scream Machine – Taylor, MI (2019) with an overall score of 8.84 !
  • The Haunt – Wyoming, MI (2019) with an overall score of 8.82 !
  • Hush Haunted Attraction – Westland, MI (2019) with an overall score of 8.73 !

*Based on all of our Michigan Haunt Reviews and their most recent, respective scores given out of the past 3 years.

The following are some of the most popular haunted attractions** in Michigan , based on our website traffic:

Haunting in the Hills

7203 U.S. Hwy 12, Onsted, MI 49265

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Take a trip through the Train Car of Terror if you dare! Coming in October on Friday and Saturday Nights.

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Bates Haunted Saw Mill

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13245 Dixie Hwy, Holly, MI 48442

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Rotten Manor Haunted Attraction is a highly detailed and immersive haunted attraction that includes, The Manor and the Rotten Asylum/Forest. These attractions are approximately 35-45 minutes long.

Rotten Manor opened in 2015 to rave reviews and continues to be Southeast Michigan's best and most-talked about haunted attraction. Voted Top 5 haunted attraction in Michigan by ClickonDetroit.

New to our 2021 haunt season is the Rotten Hayride. The Rotten Hayride takes you on a chilling ride through the haunted woods of Rotten Manor. And if that wasn’t enough Rotten Manor has a midway full of carnival-themed games and activities for the entire family to enjoy.

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Michigan's Best Haunted House: Top 10 revealed, plus a 'Most Twisted' honoree

DETROIT, MI -- I survived!

Over three weekends, I traveled to 14 haunted attractions throughout the state of Michigan looking for Michigan's Best Haunted House .

The nominees were finalists from polls we conducted on in all of our markets across the state, as well as Ann Arbor with our affiliate website

I could go on and on about the trip, but right now you want the list.

So, here we go. Michigan's Best Haunted House Top 10

1. Erebus in Pontiac It's recognized as one of the best in the country, at least that's what friends and relatives have told me for years. So, I ventured to downtown Pontiac with BIG and SCARY expectations. It didn't disappoint. Co-owner Ed Terebus and his brother Jim have created an imaginative world of special effects, great acting, meticulous sets and props, all in a four-story haunted house that is several steps ahead of others. It's so popular that thousands will go through their doors through Nov. 3. Without spoiling all the fun, be wary of ledges, swamps and anything that comes flying at you. As the legend goes, a mad scientist, Dr. J. Colbert, has built the world's first functional time machine and humans are his fuel. It's not recommended for those younger than 13, but we saw many kids in attendance. Not gory, but still intense. ( Our story on Erebus by's Eric Lacy. Official website at )

2. The Haunt in Grand Rapids Jim Burns is an innovator, and once again his attraction off Walker Avenue in northwest Grand Rapids takes you on another wild adventure. We put it ahead of others for its superior use clowns in Terror Town 3-D (a side show where you wear 3-D glasses), great acting, mesmerizing dancers as you wait indoors for the main haunt, and the fear of the unexpected. Outside of the main attraction you also have a decent maze, a walk-through attraction with strobe lights and creepy characters, and a paintball area where you can shoot down zombies. Not recommended for the little ones. But they still come out. ( Photo, story and scare-cam video from Todd Chance of, who even dressed up as a character in the show. Official website at )

3. St. Charles' Village of the Living Dead near Saginaw The music is loud, and creepy, and scary. The Village of the Living Dead could -- yes, I said could -- give the Top 2 a running if it made a few additions and expansions. The makeup is spectacular. The set imaginative. And the jump scares leave you screaming. It's a rush that leaves you breathless. Hopefully you see the electric chair that is right in your face. The fun begins as you get out of the car. The creatures descend upon you before you make it to the box office. And, at the end of the night, you can take "The Last Ride." For an extra fee, guests can climb into a casket and take a trip to their grave. The sensory overload is intense. Not for the claustrophobic. Make it a couples weekend and hope you come back with everyone in your party. ( Photos, video and story by's Yfat Yossifor. Official website at stchauntedhouse,com )

4. Niles Haunted House in Niles It was a rainy night when we arrived to his massive haunt on 44 acres. Three bus loads on a group outing from Indiana were just arriving when we pulled up. My tour guide, Death, is a celebrity at the "scream park." Everyone wants a picture with Death. I remember running out of one of their haunted houses saying, "I am so happy to see Death!" Each haunted house progressively gets scarier. All the sets are well conceived; the acting superb; and everyone -- including the cast -- seems to be having a blast. Owners do a good job of giving patrons many options, including games, music, haunted hayride, concessions and more. You could stay there for hours. Oh, and tell Nancy we said hello. She is character dressed as Dorothy of "The Wizard of Oz" and carries around a baby on a rope. Freaky. ( Story and photos by John Liberty and Josh Mauser of Official website at .)

5. Spooky Trails Farm in Swartz Creek They also offer many attractions, including a hayride where you get to shoot zombies in the woods. I loved it, even though I was infected and did not come out alive. The little girl next to me was a champion zombie killer. Shoot potatoes out of huge launchers, go through a haunted maze and then dare to make it out of haunted house that doubles as a greenhouse in the off season. "People have said it's scarier than Erebus," one worker said to me as I approached the door. You know, there were moments that I was indeed more freaked out. The makeup is some of the best you will find. No age restrictions. (Story and photos by William Ketchum and Griffin Moores. Spooky Trails Facebook page .)

6. DarkSyde Acres in Jonesville Led on a tour by the owner, who never took off his mask, and whose costume was filled with blinky lights with the words "Fear" on his back, we also found this place one of the state's best. The attraction is one of the longest houses we experienced, and I enjoyed most of it. It had a few lulls, but some of that had to do with the fact we caught up to the next group, and that's one of the common drawbacks on a busy night. We adjusted during the second half of the haunt and marveled at the quality set designs, including the pirate ship. We did see a pole dancer and few women dressed provocatively. The age recommended is 16. But I didn't find any of it offensive. All the workers are volunteers. ( Story and photos by Zeke Jennings and Mike Mulholland of Official website at )

7. St. Lucifer's Haunted Asylum & 13 Feet Under in Grand Blanc Township Intense. Dark. Insane. I loved it. There was a crowd outside waiting in a downpour. Now that's an endorsement. The haunted asylum and nearby 13 Feet Under combine for a solid one-two punch. The characters are probably the most believable I found on this adventure. They are sick and demented. And you're not sure what they're going to do next. ( Story and photos by William Ketchum and Griffin Moores. Official site at )

8. Night Terrors at Wiard's Orchards in Ypsilanti Township How many times can you end a haunted house experience by eating a doughnut? After finishing your haunted house experience, the trip ends in a merchandise/concession area with cider and doughnuts on this working, 100-acre farm. Three haunted houses, a maze, clowns and a haunted hayride make this a perfect place to bring your middle school age kids and let them run wild. They were even doing "scary"-oke. ( Photos and story by Bob Needham, Melanie Maxwell and Daniel Brenner at AnnArbor,com. Official site at )

9. Psycho Ward & Nightmares in Kalamazoo Located in the woods next to the Kalamazoo Speedway, this place scores points for being in a perfect location for inclement weather. All the rain created a mist among the cemetery scenes. Well conceived with its twists and turns, I was impressed with the whole operation. ( Photos and video from's John Liberty and Josh Mauser. Official site at )

10. Deadly Intentions in Warren Stop No. 14 on my trip was supposed to be an easy last stop....or so I thought. I wasn't expecting the blood and gore and the creatures breathing down my neck. The owner said a new owner takes over next season, so this is your last chance to check out Deadly Intentions, which also will be open Devil's Night and Halloween. The haunt is intense with several lunatic characters who teeter on the edge of craziness. On Thursday night they host a special "adult" night where "anything goes." And I believe it. ( More info on the official website .)

Most Twisted Uncle Dicky's Wrong Turn Haunted Attraction in Hudson I'm still not sure if this visit really happened. On a dirt road -- somewhere -- I met one of the most disturbing characters on this trip. His name: Scary Jerry, a clown whose best friend/love interest was a pig's head. After meeting near the parking lot, Jerry and crew took us on a wagon ride deep into the woods with a cast of wierdos who haunt the woods and its dwellings. I'll never go through an abandoned trailer again. On our trip back to our starting point, a deer processing business, Jerry sang "Afternoon Delight." Now that's scary. ( Photos and more here from Zeke Jennings and Mike Mulholland of Official Facebook page .)

The Rest Brandywine Cemetery in Ann Arbor Do yourself a favor and make a road trip to Ann Arbor to see what Robert Beech has created in his yard. Most everything is handmade, including the gargoyles, gravestones and mausoleum; he has a background in animation and kids in the neighborhood go through all night. He's only open Oct. 30 and 31. ( Official website. ) He relies solely on volunteers. Free admission. And kids gets candy at the end of the line. ( Photos and more details on )

Wicked Ranch at the Double JJ Ranch in Rothbury This was stop number one of my search, and it set the bar for everything else down the road. It's a quality place with decent acting, sets and props. And it offers plenty to do with a bonfire, midway games and more! Yes, we were scared. (Check out my video , and here is a story on from Lisha Arino with more details . More info: )

Haunted Temple in Bay City A fundraiser for the Bay Arts Council, the 15-minute tour through the old Masonic Temple offers an exciting experience that's even suitable for kids. I would do it again! ( Photos, video and more info from's Yfat Yossifor. Official site at )

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Ghosts are always a subject of fear and wonder for many people. It is a supernatural phenomenon which often does not have any explanation. If you have an itch of exploring the existence of ghosts then here are the top most haunted places in Michigan you can visit such as the Grand Hotel, Hell’s Bridge, Holly Hotel, and the list continues.

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North Michigan

1.grand hotel, mackinac island.

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This 19 th century built hotel besides being beautiful it has spooky tales right from unearthing skeletons during the foundation work of the hotel to an “evil entity” like black mass haunting the whole complex.

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2. The Paulding Light, Bruce Crossing

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Situated between Paulding and Watersmeet, it is a prime spot of paranormal activity in Michigan which includes a strange light appearing in the woods every night.

According to legends, it might be a railroad worker carrying a lantern who died while changing tracks or of a father searching for his lost boy with a light. This place even featured in “Ripley’s Believe it or not’’ as one of the scariest places in Michigan.

3. Hell’s Bridge, Algoma Township, Traverse City

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True to its name, this haunted bridge will send shivers through your body.

Built on the Cedar Creek, the local legend has a horrifying tale of a man named Elias Friske who killed his children and threw their bodies in the creek claiming the devil to be responsible for his actions. People have reported a sudden drop in temperature, cries of children splashing in the water and at times the scream of the devil as well .

4. Pine cottage, Mackinac Island

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It is believed that a woman was brutally murdered in the cottage on a stormy night back in 1942 after which the place became haunted.

The staff members and visitors have experienced several paranormal activities here including ghost sightings,  the sound of footsteps, things going missing and pulling of bedsheets at night.

5. Traverse City State Hospital, Traverse City

Also known as Northern Michigan Asylum, it was the main center of treating mentally challenged patients alongside other diseases. The hospital got its haunted image when the explorers came across supernatural events like the flickering of lights in the room with no power, shadows moving in the hallways and the strange echo of voices. The “Hippy Tree” inside the hospital ground is particularly famous as it has a reputation of “portal to hell”.

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West Michigan

6. michigan bell telephone co, grand rapids.

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This haunted building stands on once a lavish mansion of a lovely couple named Warren and Virginia Randall who had a brutal ending. Things fell apart when Warren lost one of his legs in an accident replacing it with a wooden leg. Later, plagued with suspicion over his wife’s conduct along with the several ongoing tiffs between them, Warren beat Virginia to death, also slitting his throat.

Though the house was razed, with an office structure erected in its place, occupants still hear the screams of Virginia begging for mercy.

7. Thornapple Village Inn Restaurant (Bistro Chloe Elan), Ada

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This excellent restaurant also has a spooky tale of a ghost residing in its premises . Legend has it that a would-be-bride suddenly died in an engagement dinner held here, with her spirit wandering in the vicinity of the restaurant, showing up at times in the female restroom mirrors or even fiddling with the elevators.

8. The Henderson Castle, Kalamazoo

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In this place, dwells the spirits of the castle’s original owners Frank and Mary Henderson along with another occupant named Clare Burleigh who was a Spanish-American war veteran, a little, unidentified girl, and a dog. Ghost hunters have tales of ghosts tapping on people’s shoulders and making an unexpected appearance before them in period clothing.

9. Kalamazoo Psychiatric Hospital

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Previously referred to as the Southwest Michigan Tuberculosis Sanitarium, the hospital went through a name change during the 1960s and has records of several haunted cries of perhaps the discontented souls who spent their final years in solitary confinement.

10. The Haunted Felt Mansion, Holland

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Dorr E. Felt built this colossal mansion for his wife Agnes, who could not live for long to enjoy her lavish estate. Her spirit believably roams around the premises.

Ghost hunters have come across several paranormal encounters in this haunted house substantiating the existence of ghosts in the mansion.

11. National House Inn, Calhoun County, Marshall, Battle Creek

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This house is a home to a restless spirit called “Lady in Red”. Though no one knows for sure who this woman is, she is seen roaming in the hallways, even appearing before the guests and employees in a solid apparition.

The paranormal investigators looked into this bread and breakfast guesthouse, finding sufficient evidence about the sightings of the Lady in Red

12. Columbia Court Apartments, East Columbia Avenue, Battle Creek

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This haunted house has provided residence to many along with a string of mysterious happenings. Occupants have reported incidents of lights going on and off automatically, rattling of coat hangers, breaking of pots and pans, ghostly whispers coupled with heavy footfalls and yelling.

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13. central michigan university, mount pleasant.

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Built in 1928, the freaky stories of the University began with a tragic accident of a woman named Theresa Schumacher who died near the elevator. Her spirit reportedly haunts the university campus.

14. St. Lucifer’s Asylum, Flint

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Once a psychiatric hospital for the mentally ill, it has its legend of brutality. Patients, subjected to torturous therapies resorted to destructive measures like chewing off their tongues. Many of them even mysteriously disappeared in the sickening 5 miles underground tunnel of this hospital cum asylum.

15. Holly Hotel, Holly, Flint

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This hotel has a tragic past as it was gutted in fire twice. Many people including the guests and employees have come across strange paranormal activities.

The ghost of Mr. Hirst, the first owner of the hotel is said to reside here, his presence being felt by the smell of cigars he used to smoke. There are also tales related to a little girl’s ghost, who probably succumbed to injuries in the livery stable as well as a beautiful lady named Nora Kane possibly the hostess of the place.

16. Webberville Village Office, Ingham County

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You got to have nerves of steel to work in an office like this one located on the south eastern fringe of Lansing. The workers here are bewildered as the objects moves and rearrange themselves in a peculiar manner. They have even heard crying and giggling sounds and spotted a hooded spirit wandering in the compounds.

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17. old city orphanage, marquette.

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This Catholic orphanage is certainly an unholy place with a dark history of unbelievably violent and cruel abuse of children .

People have witnessed frightening sights of glowing lights moving from window to window and floor to floor along with crying of children.

18. Purple Rose Theatre, Chelsea, Jackson

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Paranormal investigators came across ghostly commotions in this world class American theater that included bizarre knocking and banging, doors closing and opening on their own and some misty phantasms sitting in the audience.

19. Nunica Cemetery, Crockery Township, Nunica

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Cemetery and ghosts are always part of the same coin, and Nunica Cemetery lives up to this reputation. The cemetery was a burial ground of many Civil War veterans which gives way for ghost sighting all through the year.

Visitors have narrated tales of sudden chilliness in their body, hearing voices and seeing an apparition of a woman in all white clothing.

20. Detroit Masonic Temple, Detroit

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This huge structure has more than 1000 rooms, secret passageways, and hidden staircases which make it a hot spot for eerie activities. This demonic temple belonged to George D. Mason who went bankrupt while building this place. His miseries increased as his wife also left him, compelling him to commit suicide.

21. South Lyon Hotel, South Lyon

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Built in 1897 on a cemetery land, almost burnt to ashes in 1977, this hotel became a hub of strange phenomenon.

The visitors narrate horrifying tales of seeing apparitions, chairs and tables moving, TVs turning on and off by themselves along with bangings on the wall.

22. Rotary Park, Taylor, Livonia

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According to legend, little girls were brutally killed in the woods of this park and visitors have narrated stories of seeing their spirits in white dresses. People have also heard mysterious sounds and screams at night which can terrify anyone.

23. Grosse Ile Wildlife Sanctuary, Wayne

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This Michigan legend has it that a man was hanged from a tree in this park at midnight, though the reason behind this tragedy is unknown.

At times when you drive by your eyes may catch sight of the hanged corpse, also getting a feel that you are being observed and followed.

24. Michigan State University, East Lansing

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The restless ghost of Mary Mayo, an avid supporter of women education, with a hall dedicated in her name is seen roaming in the campus. The Fairchild Auditorium is also haunted by a spirit of a small boy. In the basement of the Oak room in Manson Hall resides an old man’s ghost who suffocated and died here. The most interesting story centers around the piano which play by itself in the Mayo Hall particularly after dark with spirits floating around it

25. Seven Gables, Dansville

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This place holds an urban legend of an old lady who practiced witchcraft and had put a curse on Seven Gables Road. The curse was like if you heard someone screaming, then the last person to jump the fence situated at the beginning of this road would die. Long after the witch died, a man moving in the same place where she lived, went mentally insane ultimately killing his family by burning down his house. Since then, many unfortunate incidents have occurred on this road.

26. Trowbridge Road, Oakland

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This place can also be nicknamed as “suicide point “as legend has it that local kids who were in a depressed state of mind committed suicide from the bridge along the road which has a drop of 100 ft. Before jumping to death, the kids would leave a remembrance by spraying upon the wall. These instances have made the place a hub of scary happenings.

27. Bone Heads Bar B Que, Willis Rd, Willis, Monroe

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This restaurant, in particular, has changed immensely, but one thing that stuck to it was a haunted spirit of a woman. Witnesses claim that they have seen her on the staircase wearing a white dress.

Other unusual things that occurred were sounds of footsteps and whispers alongside weird sights like a ghost wiping the window shield.

28. Stevenson High School, Livonia

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In the 1960s, a janitor mopping the auditorium of the school was nowhere to be seen from the next day, though his mop was found. People still claim to see the janitor roaming around the premises, whistling.

So here is the list of some real haunted places in Michigan. Some of the locations are right in the middle of the town which some are awkwardly situated. Therefore if you have the desire to see some real good haunted homes, roads, schools, hospitals, etc. then Michigan is surely the place to go.

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MI, also known as the Great Lakes State, has a dark and mysterious side that has intrigued ghost hunters and paranormal enthusiasts for years. From abandoned asylums to historic hotels, Michigan is home to some of the most haunted places in the country.

In this article, we will delve into the chilling tales and spine-tingling encounters that have taken place at the top seven most haunted locations in MI.

Get ready to embark on a journey of the unknown, as we uncover the secrets and ghostly apparitions that haunt these infamous sites.

1. River Raisin National Battlefield Park, Monroe

River Raisin Nation Battlefield Park in Monroe, Michigan

In 1812, hundreds of Americans died at the River Raisin Battlefield. Like so many battlefields this has given rise to a grim and unsettling reputation for paranormal activity. In fact, River Raisin National Battlefield Park is considered to be one of the most haunted places in Michigan.

River Raisin was the site of one of the biggest battles of 1812. The 850 American troops who were settled there were attacked by 500 British soldiers and 500 Native Americans. Around 300 American soldiers were killed and hundreds more were wounded.

These wounded men were left defenseless and ended up being slaughtered by the Native Americans in what is now known as the River Raisin Massacre. It is estimated that in all, only 33 of the Americans escaped alive! No figures are known for the death toll on the other side.

As you might expect given the gruesome history, ghostly apparitions are the norm here. Several visitors have seen spectral American soldiers in a uniform appropriate to 1812.

Some visitors have captured shadowy figures in doorways when taking photographs and there have been multiple EVPs recorded in the area which contain moans and cries of agony and the sounds of a battle taking place!

2. Mackinac Island, Lake Huron

Mackinac Island on Lake Huron, Michigan

Mackinac Island is a very popular tourist destination, but visitors say that even in the height of summer, certain areas just feel cold and somehow ‘off’ compared to others.

With more than 100 individual ghosts reported on the island, this is one of the most haunted places in Michigan! Let’s take a look at some of the paranormal hotspots!

The Moral Re-armament Building has long been one of the most well-known haunts on the island. IT is said to be haunted by a former student of Mackinac College who is a bit of a practical joker with mail guests and who is said to flirt with the ladies.

The story goes that the young man had a girlfriend at the college and he asked her to marry him. When she refused he was broken-hearted and went into the woods to commit suicide.

Although he went missing in February his corpse was not found until July! The death was ruled a suicide, but there have been persistent rumors that perhaps there was foul play involved.

Is this why he still wanders the building in search of justice? There have been reports of disembodied voices, whispering in visitor’s ears and a general uneasy feeling like someone is watching from the shadows!

The Grand Hotel is also said to be haunted with both guests and staff reporting phantom footsteps and doors that open and close on their own. It is thought that the hauntings here could stem from the fact that the cemetery was moved to accommodate the expansion of the hotel!

Another hotspot on the island is Mission Point which has been featured on a couple of paranormal television shows.

The ghost of a little girl called Lucy is seen on the balcony, often calling for her mom and dad. It is thought that Lucy died of a sudden illness while her parents were away on business in Detroit and she passed before their return to the island.

Meanwhile, Perry Hotel is haunted by the spirit of a woman who committed suicide there in 1902. She is often seen looking out towards the nearby lake.

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3. Felt Mansion, Holland

Felt Mansion in Holland, Michigan

Dorr E. Felt started construction of the Felt Mansion in 1925 with the vision of building a beautiful home for his family. It was originally intended to be the family’s summer home and it took 3 years to complete.

It was one of the largest mansions of the time with 25 rooms across the 17000 square feet that the house occupied. It even had its own ballroom.

However, just 6 weeks after it was completed Dorr’s wife Agnes passed away suddenly and he was left devastated. He died about 18 months later, some say of a broken heart. In the years that followed, the Felt family fell on hard times.

Gradually the land and then the house was sold off. The mansion was converted into a prep school for Catholic boys, then in the seventies, it was converted first into a prison and then into a home for cloistered nuns.

It might not come as much of a shock to learn that the main hauntings at Felt Mansion are said to be the spirits of previous owners Dorr and Agnes Felt.

They apparently wander throughout the house and people have said that they are simply taking time to enjoy the dream home that they were unable to enjoy in life. They seem to be friendly and are happy to share their home with guests and visitors.

There are also reports of less defined ‘shadow’   figures seen in the third-floor ballroom. They sometimes dance while others are said to appear as though they are sweeping the floor.

There are also reports of the double French doors in Agnes’ room opening and closing on their own.

Learn more on the haunted Felt Mansion, Holland, Michigan

4. Detroit Masonic Temple, Detroit

Detroit Masonic Temple in Detroit, Michigan

One of the most haunted places in Detroit is the Detroit Masonic Temple. One of the most well-known ghosts that are said to inhabit the building is George D Mason. His apparition has been spotted with several guests and the night watchman!  

There are also many cold spots in the building and doors are said to open and close on their own. In particular, the roof doors have been said to swing open just moments after being locked by the night watchman!

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5. Traverse City State Hospital, Traverse City

Traverse City State Hospital, Traverse City

Traverse City State Hospital was in operation for more than 100 years, so you can imagine the vast number of patients who have passed through its doors and the large volume of deaths that must have occurred here.

As you might imagine, over the years there have been a growing number of tales about restless spirits and patients who have never checked out of the hospital! IT now stands abandoned and decaying, but it is known to be one of the most haunted places in Michigan.

One of the most disturbing stories linked to Traverse City State Hospital is that there is supposed to be a portal to Hell located under the so-called ‘Hippy Tree’ which is located on the trails just behind the main building.

There are also frequent reports of disembodied screams and voices echoing through the empty halls and lights are said to turn on at off at random despite the fact that the electricity has been disconnected for several years!

Some of the spirits to have actually manifested as full apparitions around the hospital include several patients including children and the spirit of a priest who took his own life inside the hospital.

However, perhaps the most terrifying of all Is the disfigured, shadowy figure who is said to creep around the tunnels and basements.

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6. The Landmark Inn, Marquette

The landmark Inn in Marquette, Michigan

The Landmark Inn has a rich history and has played host to a variety of celebrity guests over the years, but it is also famed for being one of the most haunted places in Michigan. Of the many ghost stories that are linked to The Landmark Inn, one of the most well-known is ‘The Librarian’.

It is said that in the 1930s, a spinster librarian and a crewman fell in love. The plan was for the couple to marry after his final cruise, but unfortunately, the ship was swept away and the entire crew went down with the ship.

The librarian never recovered from her grief and it is said that she died soon after- possibly of a broken heart.

Many people have reported seeing the librarian gazing out of the window of the Lilac Room up on the 6 th floor, bound for eternity to wait on her missing lover to return from sea.

The Lilac Room has been the most active room since the renovation work in the nineties. The very first guest to stay in the room after the grand re-opening complained of finding screws in the bed.

See also: Michigan’s Most Haunted Hotels

He had the housekeeper change the sheets, but on returning to the room after dinner there were more screws in the bed!

Staff members have also said that the front desk frequently receives calls from the Lilac Room even when it is unoccupied!

7. Amway Grand Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids

Amway Grand Plaza Hotel - formerly Pantlind Hotel, Grand Rapids MI

Mary Monko, a young girl who was decapitated in an elevator accident in 1914, is one of the most famous ghosts associated with the hotel. Her spirit is said to still haunt the hotel, and guests have reported hearing her crying or giggling in the elevator shaft.

Other ghostly encounters reported at the hotel include the apparitions of former guests, strange noises, and unexplained movements of objects. The hotel staff has also reported ghostly encounters over the years.

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Four dead and two injured after house explosion in Michigan, police say

Authorities say cause of the explosion has not been determined and they didn’t know whether victims were related

Authorities in Michigan say four people have died and two others were injured in a house explosion 45 miles west of Detroit that could be heard from miles away and destroyed the home entirely, leaving only the basement intact.

Police said six people were in the home. Four of those at the home died at the scene, and two others were hospitalized in critical condition. They added that they had not determined the cause of the explosion – which occurred about 3.30pm Saturday – and did not know if the victims were related.

Northfield Township police lieutenant David Powell told reporters Saturday that the blast, which could be heard about nine miles (14.4km) away, sent debris into the air that landed on both sides of a nearby highway.

“You have three deceased on scene – it’s terrible,” Powell told Local 4 News. “Our officers got a call just a little while ago that somebody found debris on the other side of (US highway 23) with some paperwork on it, so we went over and collected that to see if it was from that and it is debris from the house explosion.”

A neighbor told the outlet: “It went off like a bomb. I don’t know how to explain it.

“It was the scariest thing I’ve ever seen. … By the time I drove there, there was still stuff falling from the sky.”

In a separate interview with Detroit’s ABC 7 , a neighbor said: “It sounded like something I remember from war. It was that loud.

“Even in war, I’ve never heard of anything of this level at this distance.”

Police, fire and emergency medical services responded to the 8000 block of Winters Lane in Northfield Township shortly after a 911 call reported the explosion, Marc Breckenridge, public information officer for Emergent Health Partners, told the Detroit News.

The Associated Press contributed reporting

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MICHIGAN Michigan Haunted Houses have some of the best reviewed haunted houses.  Crypt Haunted House at Chemco    Erebus Four Story Haunted Attraction is four stories of pure terror.  Haunted Farm of Terror has the best zombies in town.  Jackson offers one of the largest haunted houses in Michigan at Jackson’s Underworld Night Terror at Wizards .   Niles Haunted House Scream Park offers 4 haunted attractions in one.  Niles Haunted House: Misfit Monster Mansion , Curse of The Dark Walker , Tomb of the Undead 3D , Field of Screams: Legends of Horro r , Dark Territory Haunted Hayride: Museum of the Macabre , and Zender Presents: Igor’s Hi-Tech Mystery Tour are all located in Niles .  Visit the devil at St. Lucifer’s Haunted Asylum .   The Bone Yard will give you a chill in all your bones once you step in their play yard.

Michigan is a state known as “The Wolverine State”. This nickname has two different opinions on the origin. The first being the Toledo War and the way Ohio residents viewed the Michigan's people as being bloodthirsty and vicious as wolves. Or the Native Americans viewed the pioneers and the way they took the land to be the same as the way wolves are gluttonous in eating their food. Both being aggressive and disturbing, this is a nickname for this beautiful and rich state. Michigan changed ownership over the years; illness, wars, and death became an integral part of the change. Land ownership went from Indigenous tribes to the French, French to the British, British to the Americans. Violence, cruelty, tortured, and brutality were a fact of daily life on the frontier. Even during the Civil War, Michigan sent many men into battle and was a major help to the Union Army. Upon request for a few good troops, Michigan sent a swarm of trained soldiers. Twenty-five percent of the men of the state were called upon and volunteered for their beliefs. 90,000 went into war, but the soldiers who returned came back disturbed, insane with the living horrors that they experienced. Deaths from diseases were upwards of 10,000. Medicine was in its infancy, dismemberment and amputation the only option. 4,500 men died in combat. The Civil War, all over the abolition of slavery and the beliefs of the colored men, women, and children can be kept by the slave owners to do with as they want. Disturbing as that is now; it was a fact of life back then. Starvation, illness, dismemberment, and death, left the souls wandering the state of Michigan. Many angry souls have returned to this state to do the bidding for the under-lord below. Michigan has seen its share of evils and is now paying the price. Known for the farming and automotive industry, where ever you travel, the haunted houses and paranormal activity are plentiful. Michigan is pivotal in the vortex of evils and in the horrifying history of our country. Michigan contains the spirits of many whose deaths left angry spirits behind. Known for a multitude of the scariest haunted houses, paranormal activity, haunted mazes, haunted hayrides, ghost tours, attractions and evil, Michigan is a portal to the depths of the haunt world. Demons and messengers of the under-lord return to experiment, and do research in their dungeons and chambers in the chill of the fall, under the spells of pure wickedness. The haunted houses are well worth the trip. When searching for a review, come visit the haunt yourself to make your own judgment. These attractions have been seen on the Weather Channel, The Travel Channel, Fangoria, and many of the local television, radio stations, newspapers, and magazines. Visit this haunted world of twisted and deranged haunted houses, forests, trails, farms, mazes, hotels, asylums, penitentiaries, castles, indoor and outdoor attractions. Michigan State is at the top of the haunt world and considered the area’s best for haunted attractions. Find the most innovative animatronics, scary monsters, creepy zombies, demented demons, creatures from the depths of the underworld, cutting edge technology and have your nightmares brought to life right here in Michigan. When searching for haunted houses online, Michigan is the haunt world best. Don’t wait for a review, go and check it out yourself!

Erebus Four Story Haunted Attraction known as the World’s Largest Haunted House from the Guinness World Book of Records, Erebus is located in Pontiac, Michigan. Erebus Four Story Haunted Attraction is a state of the art, animatronic hell that will test your every sense. Welcome to the underworld and take the most unique and terrifying path through the purgatory of Erebus Four Story Haunted House. Erebus will taunt your every sense, you will be grabbed, touched from above, attacked from below, you will climb stairs, test your fear of tight spaces, have your mind blown by the vortex that spins and messes with your sense of balance, walk through uneven floors, and even get buried alive. Zombies and monsters thrive on your screams and the adrenaline rushing through your warm blooded bodies. Erebus is four stories of horrific terror and once you see the vile acts in the underworld they will be burned into your psyche forever. Erebus is a place where nightmares of nightmares are present. Don’t wait, review Erebus Four Story Haunted House for yourself and see what you cannot un-see.

Night Terrors at Wiard’s Orchard is Michigan’s Premiere Haunted Thrill Park. Located in Ypsilanti, Michigan we put terror in your face! Thrills begin with six attractions that will give you the chills and nightmares to come. The Ultimate Haunted Barn was once a safe and most pleasant place for the apples once they were harvested. Unfortunately, a gruesome attack by a giant hungry bear on three apple thieves left behind a disgusting sight from their violent bloody demise. The thieves’ bodies’ torn limb from limb had been shredded in with the harvest. Once discovered the remains were left to rest and the The Ultimate Haunted Barn was boarded up for years until 1984 when it was opened out of necessity. The bloody history has been long forgotten by years, but not by the ones who died such a horrific death. Your encounter will leave you shaken, your nightmares eternally haunted. Visit The Mind Shaft which still holds the treasure from the past. Interested in venturing down The Mind Shaft past the stench of death and be tortured by the souls of miners who are trying to protect their stake? Danger is all around; will you find the treasure or fall victim to the terror inside The Mind Shaft? Help us solve the mystery which haunts The Asylum. The Asylum was once an alternative to the stark institutions run by the state of Michigan in the early 1900’s. As time went by, things began to change. Something sinister was seeping into the building and the mood changed. Eventually concerned family members removed their loved ones and only the criminally insane were left. The drop in the number of inhabitants meant staff cutbacks resulting in lessened security. During this period Dr. Wiard also began to go through personal changes. His intense contact with patients began to take its toll and his grip on reality slipped. When they found his family he had skinned them in the living room one fateful night a storm knocked out the power and the building went black. Neighbors heard screams coming from the direction of the Asylum but there was no light for miles so they were like spectres in the night. When daybreak came the police arrived to find the Asylum empty. No signs of scuffle, no blood, nothing. Not a single person was within and not a single person was found after. Will you discover the secrets inside The Asylum? Or will you become one of the many who have disappeared into the mystery that surrounds The Asylum? Enjoy freedom for a few generous moments before attempting The Labyrinth. The Labyrinth welcomes you into the darkness of night and only the moonlight to guide you through. Can you make it through, did you already go this way, and is this a dead end? The darkness taunts you with a glimmer of hope only to find you right back where you just came from. You think you know where to go, but do you every really know where you are going inside The Labyrinth? Take a leisurely ride on our hayride. Beware; there are stories that the woods are a haunted place where ghouls and ghosts stalk the night. Tempt your fate on the Hayride of the Lost. When the orchard moved to Merritt Rd they discovered a wagon-sized path cut through the backwoods. The previous owners hadn't mentioned it so they had no reason to avoid it. They started giving torch-lit rides on the path to neighbors and friends until the fateful night when something spooked the horses. The wagon was sent crashing into the trees and the riders were trapped underneath. The torches caught the wood on fire before anyone could get out. It was years after before anyone dared venture back there until one evening a trespasser tried to sneak onto the property. What he encountered along the path were the ghosts of all of the travelers the path had claimed before; doomed to never leave the woods and trying to capture any that dared come down their black trail. Terrified the man ran screaming towards the Wiard farmhouse. Mr. Wiard got a chuckle from the scared would-be thief's tale and thought others might enjoy a good fall scare based on the story the man had told him. It is just a story, right? Then venture to Alien Caged Clowns and learn why you should not bring some things home with you. Many years ago, a circus came through town and with it a sideshow. There was a bearded lady, conjoined twins, a strong man...all of the usual fare. One foreboding section of the sideshow was a tent marked "Alien Clowns". Mr. Wiard was intrigued and ventured into the tent. What he saw by lamplight were creatures that looked almost human but something about them was not quite right. The closer he got he saw crudely painted clown makeup had been applied to their mangled features. When he inquired as to what they were the attendant told him, in a thick accent, they were discovered in a South American cave and that the sideshow was having trouble keeping them fed recently. "Cattle, goats, cats...if it bleeds they'll eat it. We have trouble finding fresh food for them on the road.” It seems they have plenty of fresh meat now at the orchard. Night Terrors at Wiard’s Orchard are not recommended for children fewer than 10 since; “We Put Terror In Your Face!”

St. Lucifer’s Haunted Asylum in Grand Blanc Township, Michigan is Mid Michigan’s first Haunted Scream Park and on the list of top 20 haunts in the country. Saint Lucifer’s Haunted Asylum is one of the most intense and scariest haunted in the state. Saint Lucifer’s Haunted Asylum was once a mental asylum that held over 12,000 patients and 700 staff members who served them. Over the years mysterious and perplexing occurrences raised questions. This cutting-edge, psychiatric hospital, used electroshock therapy, but still the patients were biting their tongues off and the mortality rates increased rapidly. Under the facility in the 5 miles of underground tunnels, patients were curiously disappearing without explanation. Not only did these happen inside the walls of the facility, haunted, a nurse gouged her own eyes out after leaving employment at Saint Lucifer’s Asylum. A young boy awoke to a find the mark of Saint. Lucifer on his arm, later he discovered he had a twin who died at Saint Lucifer’s. With all the mysteries surrounding this place, the state deemed it evil and shut it down. Be one of the first to experience true fear! See the pure evil that radiates from this portal to all that is evil. Enhanced with professional animatronics, fog, sound and light effects will thrill and chill your every bone. Enter if you dare, leave before you become tangled in the mystery that surrounds Saint Lucifer’s Haunted Asylum!

Niles Haunted House Scream Park in Niles, Michigan, is six attractions in one insane Scream Park. This is no mere roadside attraction! Niles Haunted House Scream Park has 44 acres of the most terrifying adventure seeking to scare the yell out of you! Niles Haunted House is all new and welcomes you for a scare like no other. Brave the Haunted House and feel the sheer terror that is enslaved within its walls. Memory Manor is no Victorian B&B and has more in store for you than a restful night! Wandering the streets of an old western town you may find yourself trapped forevermore as one of the lost souls of the Ghostly Gallows. Looking to get lost? You will in our Field of Screams. Enjoy the Field of Screams with the Maniac Maze and all the creatures in the darkness of night? Think you know where you are going? Don’t be so sure for strobe lights and things that go bump in the night lurk within. Beware of the trolls when you cross the bridge. The price you pay might be your life! No ordinary hayride, the Dark Terror-Tory Haunted Hayride takes you on a ride of your life. You never know what you will find amongst the creatures searching for new victims to sacrifice. What terror is around the next corner-- will you make it out alive? Grab a bite before someone takes a bite out of you at the Howling’ Fun Food Concessions, visit the Gore Store, or watch the carnival like show in Zendor Presents: “TALENT SEARCH! Will you be the one?” for a scream of a good time.

Haunted Farm of Terror welcomes you to Lenox Township in Macomb County, to the Number 1, most intense Haunted House and Hayride in Michigan. Watch a horror movie on the 30” Big Screen around the bonfire, take a shot in the Live Zombie shoot, or escape into the Roadkill Cafe for our famous taco in a bag. Have you built up your courage yet to tempt the Haunted House & Hayride? The Haunted Farm of Terror makes your spine tingle and chills you to the core. Creepy during the day, once the sun goes down all the creatures and demons from the fires of hell begin to lurk about. Step by step they slowly reveal themselves, thirsting for warm blood and flesh of the living. They are drawn to the smell of adrenaline and fear pumping through the veins of possible victims. Screams draw the distant like flies to the fire. Once you enter and take the ride, you will never leave the same.

Crypt Haunted House at Chemco in Burton, Michigan is an in your face haunted house that will have you running for your life. Test your fears in claustrophobia as the walls come closing in on you. There is nothing like the Crypt Haunted House and you will never be the same. Laden with state-of-art special effects and actors beware of the crypt, for what lurks around the next corner could by your demise. Don’t wait for a review, check it out for yourself and see what you cannot un-see......

The Realm of Darkness Haunted House in Pontiac, Michigan welcomes you to a true haunted house and the portal below to the purgatory of hell. With the visit by Michigan Investigators of Supernatural Theory and Paranormal Investigators of Southwest Michigan, verification by both did not surprise us here at The Realm of Darkness Haunted House. We have seen some mysterious things happen and felt the hairs on our neck stand on end. The chill shot through your body while you are working here lets you know you are not alone. The legend of the Realm of Darkness Haunted House draws curiosity seekers from all over to experience firsthand the battle between the good and the most evil. Your choice throughout the haunted house will take you to the wizard at the end, but only if you choose wisely. Decisions, decisions. Answer correct to continue to your next level. The game you play with the wizard can win you valuable prizes. This most intense, euphoric depravity is only for the brave and not for the frail. Due to the intense nature of the haunt we definitely do not recommended it for small children. The Bone Yard is located in Stockbridge, Michigan…which is due west of Hell, Michigan. The Bone Yard is not for the faint at heart. On the dark quiet evenings during the fall harvest, when the chill is in the air, The Bone Yard which has contained 30 Acres of Soul Stealing, Heart Pounding, Mind Blowing entertainment comes alive once again. The horror can blur the lines between reality and the evils that have been harnessed throughout the year. Once the fall harvest has begun, all that is evil has become too powerful and must be released once more to wreak havoc on all enter the confines of The Bone Yard. Tempt your fate and join us to re-live the terrors of your nightmares all over again.

Enter the Tent of Terror Haunted House on your first horror movie adventure. If you don’t sleep with the lights on now, you will after the dark maze of mystery. Your deep down fear is brought to life and the horror from within twists your mind. You may enter with all your faculties but will you be able to continue to the Deadwood Forest Haunted Woods? What appears as a “relaxing” hayride takes you to the darkest entrance and the evils of the Deadwood Forest. What encounters will tempt your fate? The forest dwellers don’t take to kindly to visitors. Beware the entrance may seem easy; it is your exit that you should be concerned about. That is “if” you make it out alive!

Scarecrow Hollow Haunted Corn Maze is not a typical haunted corn maze. You need to move quickly. The evils that lurk, the eyes that stare through the corn, the creatures from within seek new victims. They thrive on the rush of adrenaline and thirst for the screams that echo throughout. Beware, for they seek to take you down and keep you with the fields of the Scarecrow Hollow Haunted Corn Maze forever!

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10 Michigan Haunted Houses: Scream-Worthy Thrills

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Michigan is one of the most popular states in the US and houses the largest city, Detroit. It is famous for sports, technology, and agriculture and is a hub for car manufacturers.

On the other hand, where festivals are concerned, one of the most celebrated occasions is the Halloween season, and Michigan’s Halloween is at par with other major states in America.

During Halloween, people in Michigan visit real-life haunted locations such as the SS City of Milwaukee and the Isle lighthouse.

A view of the old Presque Isle Lighthouse haunted building, considered as one of the real haunted houses in Michigan.

However, if you don’t want to involve yourself in some really scary business, why not visit the haunted houses in Michigan ?

During the Halloween season, haunted attractions in Michigan open up and start their business of scaring people to the fullest. Yet, the majority are also open all year round.

Having fun factors like scary music, special effects, blood-soaked props, and scary ghosts popping out, they account for iconic Halloween attractions.

Some even offer escape rooms, which are just as enjoyable as the ones found in NYC.

This is also the best time for thrill seekers to enter Michigan’s haunted houses provided by various parks and attractions.

Nevertheless, the haunted attractions in Michigan are complete with the best of props and jump scares. The interiors of such haunted attractions keep upgrading every year, and the scare factor increases.

Some haunted houses are built inside an escape room , doubling the thrilling experience even more.

If you want to get to Halloween’s spooky side, haunted houses in Michigan will not disappoint. Instead, these scream parks will set a whole new standard for you.

A haunted attraction matches everyone’s preference, from haunted ships to corn mazes and zombie attacks.

This article lists Michigan’s ten best haunted houses to explore, so delve in!

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10 Best Haunted Houses in Michigan

1. darksyde acers.

darksyde acres haunted house

Address:  11375 Rowe Rd, Jonesville, MI 49250, United States

Are you sick of spending your money on a basic haunted house that is larger than ever? Darksyde Acres is one of the haunted houses in Michigan that will ensure you don’t waste your dollars.

For a good old scary time, Darksyde Acres is a one-stop for you. Located in Jonesville, this haunted house has over 70,000 square feet of awesomeness.

This makes it the largest haunted house in Michigan, and screams park in the tri-state area.

Darksyde Acres has been successfully running for ten years, scaring visitors every time they step in. It offers five haunted attractions inside Darksyde Acre, built to provide a uniquely immersive experience.

Their hand-built set and unusual characters can scare people of all ages and kinds. You will encounter the most unnatural creatures as you try to escape them.

The Catacombs challenge you to make it out alive before the zombies capture you.

The Labyrinth attraction will instantly give you the Texas Chainsaw Massacre feels as you run for your life, trying to escape the masked killer. This is a haunted maze where you’ll have to rush before you get caught.

Darksyde Acres is one of the most iconic haunted houses in Michigan to visit.

2. The Edson Incident

Address:  43.614462,-83.868740, Bay City, MI 48706, United States

The Edson Incident is a premier haunted house attraction that involves a real-time warship known as the USS Edson in Bay City. This historic ship served during one of the wars in America.

The Navy ship has been converted into one of the haunted attractions in Michigan .

The haunted ship offers a chilling adventure where one embarks on five hellish decks of the ship. The further inside you go, the darker the ship’s atmosphere becomes.

Although there are actors to scare you, you will feel unnerved by being alone in one of its rooms with just a small flashlight in your hand. The scare factor is top-notch but also has you having a lot of fun.

The Edson Incident is one of the adventurous haunted attractions in Michigan. It is also family-friendly, where you can enjoy your time getting scared.

Erebus in Pontiac named one of top haunted attractions in the country

Address:  18 S Perry St, Pontiac, MI 48342, United States

Located in Pontiac, Michigan, Erebus is one of the most haunted attractions in the whole country. When you enter the 100,000-square-foot acre, you will see the four-story building known to be full of terror.

Erebus has one of the longest walkthroughs for a haunted attraction, complete with scary ghosts, ghouls, monsters, and high-quality effects.

Since the 2000s’, Erebus has only been leveling up with their fear factor every year. This is one of Michigan’s haunted houses for thrill-seekers, serving only terrifying thrills and scary memories.

There is a warning sign that allows only those who agree to get bitten, grabbed, or even buried alive inside the attraction.

Owing to all this, this tower of terror cannot be missed by haunted attractions enthusiastic.

4. Azra Chamber of Horrors

Address:  31401 John R Rd bldg 2, Madison Heights, MI 48071, United States

Combine ghosts with terrifying haunted chambers, and you get a maze where all your nightmares come true. This is exactly what the newly opened Azra Chamber of Horrors is all about.

Each chamber is more menacing than the last, and each turn decides your fate of being haunted. The multiple floors of the unsettling maze are filled with creatures waiting to scare you.

Azra Chamber of Horrors provides an immersive experience, so prepare yourself to get properly scared.

5. New Salem Corn Maze

Address:  4516 24th St, Dorr, MI 49323, United States

Want to visit the most haunted corn mazes in the state? Head to the New Salem corn maze in Dorr for one of Michigan’s best haunted houses.

If you think the attraction’s name is sinister, wait until you step inside the themed attractions it provides.

Take a trip down the two frightening trails in the ‘Witches Woods.’ While you go through the haunted trails in the forest or the haunted woods, the witches and ghouls are there to scare you out of your wits.

If you are up for the challenge of escaping the ‘haunted corn maze,’ beware of the wild adventure you get yourself into. The twists and turns, dead ends, and complete mayhem will keep you terrified.

On top of that, the devilish team of corn stalkers will be on the lookout for you.

In ‘Zombie Attack,’ you have been selected as the last line of defense and will be armed with a deadly paintball gun.

This attraction is scary yet also adventurous as you attack zombies and try to escape the apocalypse.

6. Shawhaven Haunted Farm

Shawhaven Haunted Farm

Titled Haven of Fear , Shawhaven Haunted Farm promises to offer visitors a wild, scary adventure. The 140 acres of land are dedicated to scaring anyone who steps into the farm.

This haunted house has four terrifying attractions to choose from. The ‘Samara’s Retirement Home for the Dead’ revolves around Samara, the girl from the movie Ring.

You can stroll through her house and garden, but beware, as the dead might also accompany you.

The ‘Wagons of Fear’ will have you running in the dark, haunted woods. The five different escape rooms offered by Shawhaven Haunted Farm will have you solving puzzles to free yourself before time runs out.

Lastly, challenge yourself by leaving the haunted corn maze before you get lost forever.

7. Abandoned Acres Farm

Address:  7737 Fruit Ridge Ave NW, Sparta, MI 49345, United States

If you can’t get enough of the haunted farms in Michigan, try Abandoned Acres Farm in Sparta. This haunted attraction provides a unique and immersive experience.

In the ‘bloody butcher corn maze’ attraction, you must find your way before old Eli, the terrifying ghost, catches you.

The biggest and most popular attraction of Abandoned Acres Farm is the ‘Big Top Terror’s corn maze.’ Infested with demonic clowns, you’ll need to make it out before they turn up against you.

8. Hush Haunted House

Address:  37550 Cherry Hill Rd, Westland, MI 48185, United States

Hush Haunted House revolves around a fictional town known as Hush Falls and the Van Rose family living here. Its three scary attractions surround the town, offering a vividly haunting experience.

In ‘Descend the Basement,’ you will be whisked off by peculiar hotel staff. Once you descend the hotel’s basements, you will unleash an evil once contained inside.

In ‘Voodo Bayou,’ you will be at the swamp’s edge. Take care not to encounter the beastly creatures roaming near the forests.

Even if you escape the first two attractions, ‘Rosecliff Hall looms over you. As you enter the manor, you will meet the most frightening residents of the house.

Hush Haunted House has a well-developed concept, making it one of Michigan’s most unique haunted houses.

9. Niles Scream Park

Niles Scream Park 2022 | Teaser Trailer 3

Address:  855 Mayflower Rd, Niles, MI 49120, United States

Niles Scream Park is for those who prefer a wide variety of haunted attractions in one location. Spread around the vast 44 acres of land; they take their business of scaring people seriously.

Their six scary attractions include the cursed crusade, the field of screams, and a haunted hayride. This excludes the escape rooms they offer to the visitors.

Their scariest attraction involves blindfolding as well. But the main highlight is their haunted house, which is huge and is known to have 100 possible paths.

With such a big production, Niles Scream Park comes up with new attractions every year, making it one of Michigan’s most versatile haunted houses.

10. Bates Haunted Sawmill

Address:  7240 State Rd, Millington, MI 48746, United States

The last haunted house is the Bates Haunted Sawmill , which makes your nightmare turn into a reality; this 20,000-square-foot attraction has 30 different scenes centered on the serial killer.

It is all about fleeing a killer in a dark, haunted woods maze. The twists and turns will have you jumping out in fear of the possible killer standing in the corner.

Just when you think you have escaped, you will face some of the scariest trailer homes one can imagine.

Haunted Houses in Michigan have some of the best and most terrifying attractions.

If you want to know what real fear is, step inside any of these haunted houses in Michigan and prepare to face your fears.

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MI Haunted House HIGHLIGHTS: We put terror in your face with 5 Nationally Acclaimed Attractions! The Asylum, Ultimate Haunted Barn, Mindshaft, Haunted Hayride, & Alien Caged Clowns. We also have performers wandering the grounds, a country store, fire pits and Scary-o-kee Karaoke! The Asylum: In 1912, Dr. Jeremiah Wiard founded the Wiard’s Asylum as an alternative to the cold, stark institutio... [ Read more ]

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HUSH Haunted Attraction in Westland, Michigan

Welcome to HUSH: One of the greatest haunted houses in Michigan. Brimming with fearful atmosphere and spine-tingling scares lurking around every corner, Hush earns its stars by striking at your deepest, darkest fears. Once you enter, you are at the mercy of the monsters inside. And it will be the most fun you’ll have while getting scared! HUSH Haunted Attraction has earned a local and national ... [ Read more ]

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Find the best and scariest haunted house in Ann Arbor Michigan just outside Detroit Michigan, Wiard's Orchards Night Terrors. rates and reviews one of the best haunted houses in Michigan.Night Terrors is the complete attraction with multiple haunted attractions all in one location!  Click here and read all the details about one of the Detroit Michigan area's biggest and scariest haunted attractions.

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Michigan Haunted Houses rated and reviewed by Hauntworld.  Find the best and scariest haunted houses in Michigan especially the Detroit, Pontiac Michigan area including Realm of Darkness one of the scariest and most unique haunts in Michigan.  Read all about Realm of Darkness at

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Learn all about Erebus Haunted House in Pontiac Michigan one of the best haunts in the Nation.  Hauntworld Magazine takes an indepth look at all the scares inside Erebus Haunted House.


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4 people killed in Michigan house explosion

Posted: December 31, 2023 | Last updated: December 31, 2023

Four people were killed and two others injured when a house exploded in Michigan Saturday, officials told CNN.

“It went off like a bomb. I don’t know how to explain it,” an unnamed neighbor who was nearby at the time told CNN affiliate WDIV . “It was the scariest thing I’ve ever seen.”

The explosion, which leveled the home, happened around 3:50 p.m. Saturday in Washtenaw County, approximately 10 miles north of Ann Arbor.

Officers received a call reporting debris found near Highway 23, adjacent to the street where the explosion occurred, Northfield Township police Lt. David Powell told WDIV.

“Upon arrival, police and fire personnel found a single-family residence to be completely destroyed with a debris field covering approximately 2 acres of the property,” Powell said in a statement on Sunday.

First responders were told there were six occupants in the house at the time of the explosion. Three were found deceased at the scene, three others were transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. One of the three people taken to the hospital died of injuries sustained in the explosion, the statement said.

The cause of the explosion is under investigation and could take several days, police said.

“It sounded like something I remember from war,” said Scott McMillian, who lives about a mile from the house, told CNN affiliate WXYZ . “It was that loud.”

This story has been updated with additional information.

CNN’s Sarah Dewberry contributed to this report.

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Arkansas family identified in house explosion that killed 4 in Michigan

This image from video shows the remains of a house scattered after an explosion in Northfield Township, Mich., on Saturday Dec. 30, 2023. Several were killed and injured. (WXYZ via AP)

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NORTHFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Four people from an Arkansas family were publicly identified Tuesday as the victims of a fatal house explosion in Michigan over the weekend.

Authorities said the explosion Saturday was likely caused by flammable fuel in the air and not a result of foul play.

The dead were identified as Hope Bragg, 51, husband Don Bragg, 53, and their children, Kenneth Bragg, 22, and Elizabeth Bragg, 19, all from Monticello, Arkansas, the Northfield Township Police Department said.

The explosion happened at the home of Hope Bragg’s father, Richard Pruden, 72, who remained in critical condition. Stephen Bragg, 16, was in stable condition.

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“I’ve never seen anything like it,” Powell said of the damage.

Hope Bragg was an instructor at the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service, and Don Bragg worked as a research forester at the U.S. Forest Service, according to their LinkedIn pages.

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