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When the people of Flint, Michigan, complained that their tap water smelled bad and made children sick, it took officials 18 months to accept there was a problem. Tue 3 Jul O n a hot day in the summer of , in the Civic Park neighbourhood where Pastor R Sherman McCathern preached in Flint, Michigan, water rushed out of a couple of fire hydrants.
Puddles formed on the dry grass and splashed the skin of the delighted kids who ran through it. But the spray looked strange. The shock of it caught in his throat. Something had been wrong for months.
That spring, Flint, under direction from state officials, turned off the drinking water it had relied upon for nearly 50 years. The city planned to join a new regional system, and while it waited for it to be built, it began bringing in its water from the Flint River.
But after the switch, many of his neighbours grew alarmed at the water that flowed from their kitchen taps and showerheads. They packed public meetings, wrote questioning letters, and protested at city hall. They filled plastic bottles to show how the water looked brown, or orange, and sometimes had particulates floating in it. Showering seemed to be connected with skin rashes and hair loss. The water smelled foul.
A sip of it put the taste of a cold metal coin on your tongue. Residents were advised to leave the taps on for a few minutes before using the water, to get a clean flow. As the months went by, the city plant tinkered with treatment and issued a few boil-water advisories. State environmental officials said again and again that there was nothing to worry about. The water was fine. By making it a commonplace for clean water to be delivered to homes, businesses and schools, untold lives have been saved from cholera, dysentery and typhoid fever.
In Flint, the water supply was instrumental in turning General Motors — founded in in Vehicle City, as Flint was known — into a global economic giant. The advancing underground network of pipes defined the growing city and its metropolitan region, which boasted of being home to one of the strongest middle classes in the country. But in the latter part of the 20th century, GM closed most of its plants in the city and eliminated almost all of the local auto jobs.
Smaller companies followed suit or simply shut down for good. Between and alone, nearly of them left the downtown area.
With the shuttered businesses came shuttered houses and schools. More than half the population, which had reached a high point of nearly , in , disappeared. Some 22, people left between and The empty structures they left behind were both disheartening and dangerous, not only because they were prone to break-ins and fires, but also because they literally crumbled on to the sidewalks where people passed by.
At the same time, the Flint metro region — that is, the suburbs — grew exponentially. It was a widening circle of wealth with a deteriorating centre.
With so much lost, Flint needed help. A large-scale intervention of some kind. At the same time, Flint suffered the Great Recession, the mortgage crisis and a major restructuring of the auto industry. If you wanted to kill a city, that is the recipe. And yet Flint was very much alive. In , the year of the switch to a new source of drinking water, it was the seventh-largest city in the state. For about 99, people, Flint was home.
And they did what they could to fill the gaps. They covered the windows and doors of vacant properties, and paid young men to mow lawns and board up empty homes.
You could see the change. But on that sweltering summer day, there was that water pouring out of the fire hydrant, as children sprinted back and forth through its spray. This is the story of how the city of Flint was poisoned by its own water. It was not because of a natural disaster, or simple negligence, or even because some corner-cutting company was blinded by profit. Instead, a disastrous choice to break a crucial environmental law, followed by 18 months of delay and cover-up by the city, state and federal governments, put a staggering number of citizens in peril.
The big public utility drew from the freshwater of Lake Huron, a lake so deep and fierce that it once swallowed eight ships in a single storm. It remained on hand only because the state required a backup water source for emergencies. But while the quality of DWSD water was reliable, its cost was not. Residents had urged their leaders to relieve the burden of pricey water.
But at this point it was difficult for the city to do much about it. Its infrastructure was built to serve Flint when it had twice the people it had now; to maintain it, fewer ratepayers had to carry a heavier burden. The county drain commissioner, Jeff Wright, was fond of portraying the DWSD as a price-gouging monopoly, and he saw an opportunity to develop an alternative.
This new water authority was just an idea at first, and seen as a negotiating tactic to pressure the DWSD for better rates. But then the not-yet-existent KWA got a permit from the Michigan department of environmental quality to pull 85m gallons of water per day out of the Great Lakes.
Flint and its neighbouring communities were invited to help build the new water system from the ground up. Unlike the Detroit system, which delivered treated water, the KWA would pump raw water to the communities it served. That meant they would have to treat the water first, before selling it on to residents and businesses.
For Flint, it would mean rebooting the old treatment plant and navigating the complexities of water chemistry in-house. But Wright, the eventual head of the KWA, lobbied fiercely for it, on the grounds of savings, independence and stability. In , Flint contracted with the KWA to purchase 18m gallons of water for the city per day. Until it was ready, the other communities that were moving to the new system simply paid the DWSD for continuing water service.
Flint, however, made the unusual decision to enlist a different source of water during this transition period. The city turned to its emergency supply: The Flint River was not an obvious choice. It had borne so much mistreatment from industry and development —chemical dumping, sewage effluent — that locals had learned to avoid it.
After a series of floods in the early 20th century, massive concrete barricades were built to channel the downtown section. They were meant to make the riverfront safer, but became a fortress line that barred people from the water. While deindustrialisation and the rise of environmental regulations had vastly improved the water quality, the community still eyed it with suspicion.
Generations of kids were taught to fish in the Flint River, casting lines off the grassy banks in their neighbourhoods, but invariably learned to toss the catfish and carp back into the current. They were told it was too dangerous to eat anything from the water. To treat the river water, the old plant needed a series of upgrades. But getting the facility up to speed was difficult, and while cost estimates varied widely, only a fraction of the early figures proposed by engineering consultants was spent on the project.
If water is distributed from this plant in the next couple of weeks, it will be against my direction. I need time to adequately train additional staff and to update our monitoring plans before I will feel we are ready. I will reiterate this to management above me, but they seem to have their own agenda. But the switch was carried out anyway, marked by a toast as local leaders raised their water glasses at the plant.
Among the people celebrating was Darnell Earley, the latest in a string of emergency managers appointed by the state of Michigan from onwards to lead Flint out of financial distress. The idea of emergency management is that an outside official unconstrained by local politics or the prospect of a reelection bid will be better able to make the difficult decisions necessary to get a struggling city back on solid ground.
In Flint, that meant that the authority of the mayor, Dayne Walling, and the council had been suspended for more than two years. Their roles were now symbolic and advisory, or empowered and paid only to the extent that Earley allowed.
This was echoed by an editorial in the local press that heralded it as a way for the city to reclaim its sovereignty, which had been undermined by disinvestment and emergency management. Earlier, he had expressed worry about what would happen if Flint used its own river for drinking water — bacterial problems, dangerous chemicals, additional regulatory requirements.
And now Flint was using the river anyway. But at the plant, he seemed tranquil. Regarding the drinking water, he said: She had survived cancer twice, forcing her into early retirement, and she lived on a limited income.
The manager who took his calls, Jennifer Crooks, described them in an email to her colleagues: He said his doctor says the rash is from the new drinking water, and I told him to have his doctor document this and he can bring it to the attention of the MDEQ, since lab analyses to date show that the drinking water is meeting all health-based standards.
Asked to respond, the city said the water met all safety requirements and that it was continually monitoring for problems. But in fact there was a problem. But this was breaking federal law. In the years to come, the question of whether the authorities omitted this knowingly or through a terrible misunderstanding of the law would be a matter of intense dispute. Together, this was a dangerous combination. It extends the life of the pipes and, because it prevents metals from fouling the drinking water, it helps protect public health as well.
In about half of all American water companies, including the Detroit system, orthophosphates are added to the water at the treatment plant. These create a protective coating that helps keep metals from leaching into the water as it flows through the water mains and the service lines running to individual houses.
The brown water that gushed from the Civic Park fire hydrants, dark as coffee: Flint residents did not yet know all this. But they did know that the water stank./p>
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Every Monday Night, May to September, 5pm to 8: Weather permitting, generally from the first Friday in May till first friday in October. Early spring through early fall. A week long celebration has car shows and events beginning on Monday. Cruise day is the Saturday before Father's Day. Annual cruise on Michigan Avenue includes Wayne and surrounding communities.
Hot rodders, classic cars, car enthusiasts and spectators. Many events during Main Event Week. Annual, about , car enthusiasts attend each year. Car shows, swap meets, automotive vendor displays, drive-in movie theater, live entertainment, parties, lots of cruisin' on 13 mile route.
Annual event is free and open to all types of vehicles, and spans an area along 15 miles of the famed 28th Street. Over 15, cars and , spectators! Thousands of Classic Cars and Hot Rods! Clair Shores, MI northeast of Detroit. On May 20, , main website still gone and no official facebook page. One of the premier international auto shows in the world!
Annually features new cars and concept cars from major auto manufacturers, plus new mobile technology, interactive exhibits, charity gala, more. Robert Bellarmine in Redford, MI. Annual fundraising event, car show includes rare collectable cars, plus awards, vendors, more. John's in Plymouth, MI west of Detroit. High-end cars and motorcycles vie for coveted trophies and awards.
Plus an annual auction of rare vehicles. Annual event includes a Truck Show, Motorcycle Show, Tractor Show, vendor row, entertainment, cruise night, food and more.
Frankenmuth Auto Fest — September , Trophies awarded in many categories, show is part of the Wine and Harvest Festival. Milan Dragway — in Milan, MI. Lapeer Dragway — in Lapeer, MI. Ubly Dragway — dragstrip in Ubly, MI. Plus Picture Cars and Vehicles for Movies and much more.
Mobsteel — stars of History channel tv show Detroit Steel. We start with Detroit's finest vintage luxury cars and turn them into modern day menacing street machines with the technology and features only available today. Detroit Steel Wheel — a division of Mobsteel, makes affordable custom steel wheels in inch sizes, one piece steelies that can bolt up to just about any car or truck.
They also have accessories to go with them. Located in Brighton, MI. Bike Night also going on with 4 trophies being awarded and Dyno machine giving away freebies. Motorcycle Show and Music Festival.
Gates open at 10 am in Depot Town on Cross St. For info call or visit http: The movie will be The Wild One and starts at dusk. For info call or visit www. Registration begins at 9am and escorted riders leave by noon. The event includes a bike show, swap meet, organized ride, bike games, music and more.
Operation Homefront of Michigan Poker Run. T-shirt, ride pin, refreshments, lunch, entertainment, and door prizes Go to www. Check in is from 9amam and the ride starts at For info call or www. Fee includes a Hog Roast. Ride ends with food, entertainment and prize auction. Registration is from 8amam. Ride leaves at Breakfast and lunch provided for participants along with entertainment. The Party is from 10am to 5pm and everyone is welcome!
Call or visit http: Newago State Park has teamed up with many sponsors to create this all day event. Allong the way you'll see hydro-electric dams, coutry roads, parks, and you'll stop at some American Legion and VFW Halls. All proceeds go to Brain Injury Assoc. Thunder Over Michigan Motorcycle Ride. Finishes at Gus O'Connor's of Rochester with a pig roast and live music. For info call Chad Thompson at or email gregbellchevy1 hotmail.
For info call Danny at or email at gripper47 yahoo. For info call Cindy Burke at or email cburke gmail. Includes a custom bike show, ride-in bike show, poker run, motorcycle rodeo, vendors, music, food and more.
For info call or go to www. Email Peggy for more details ma2bongard yahoo. Registration opens at 8 a. The dual sport ride starts at 10 a. Road riders meeting at Ride starts and ends ant Washtenaw Community College and the proceeds go to teh Celebration of Life program.
Sponsored by Soroptimist International or the Trenton Area. Registration on the day of starts at All donations and proceeds go to Operation Care Package to support our troops. For info call Bob Kress at or visit www.
Register before Septmeber 6, and receive a free pass into the Funny Car Nationals on September 11th. Call or visit www. For info call Colleen at or visit www. Show opens at 10am but your can register from 8am to 12pm. Includes T-shirt, pin, lunch, poker run and door prizes.
All proceeds go to assisting domestic violence survivors. For info call Amanda Dolan at or email at adolan sagchip. Enter to win a Custom Harley, End of season bike show, Free buffet, tons of giveaways including t-shirts and swag. Delicious chili, lots of music, plus raffles and prize drawings. Call or Visit www. Great place for camraderie for all Michigan motorcycle lovers! Triumph Detroit is the only dealer in Michigan that is unveiling this new bike.
Check it out or take it for a test ride then let The Motorcycle Lawyer know what you think! For ticketing info or to sell your bike or parts visit www. The Motorcycle Lawyer will be there and we always have free swag at our booth! There's also a ride that will start in Farmington Hills and end at the Cook-Off.
The Motorcycle Lawyer will be there so come by our booth for free swag! For details call or visit www. Hangout here for shopping, a motorcycle simulator and a male revue. For info call or email Tam at softail85 yahoo.
Each rider must bring 1 new toy or a new piece of clothing. After the ride there will be a party at the local Harley shop on Cedar Lake Road.
Every rider gets a free sandwich and live entertainment! Grand Opening Reception including food and entertainment. Museum hours are Wednesday-Saturday 10am to 4pm but open until 8pm Thursdays and 1pm to 5pm on Sundays. All entries for the show are welcome so get that bike out of winter storage and over to Birch Run!
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Teams of 5 get food, pop and 2 games of bowling. The Great Wine and Food Symposium. February 25th - 27th, Have fun and send us pictures! Tons of racing enthusiasts and businesses will be there! For info call Boyd at or visit www. Cardo Scala Rider Seminar. Discussions of features and demonstrations on using the Cardo Scala by Joel Mitchell. Joel will be available for questions throughtout the day.
MotorClothes will be teraching new riders how to properly choose riding gear. Custom Motorcycle Show and Expo. A show for all custom motorcycles, from vintage to new. We're expecting over 5, bikers, vendors and builders at this HUGE event. Find The Motorcycle Lawyer and get some of our free swag! Meet ABC's staff and their sponsored riding groups. Specialty stations to teach you riding basics and packing your bike for long trips.
Hundreds of vendors with everything from frames and motors to seats and leathers. Look for The Motorcycle Lawyer truck at this event! Support the Susan G. Komen for the Cure 3 Day. For info call or visit the Marked For Life facebook page. Tons of bikers buying, selling and swapping every brand, every model, even those hard to find parts.
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Chilly Chaps Chick Ride. Call Cheryl for details or to help plan at The Motorcycle Lawyer will be there with tons of free swag! Huge selection of part and accessories new and used. Find The Motorcycle Lawyer and get pictures with your local Hooters girls! Poker Run for Camp Hope. Blessing, Food and Activities are all free! Lakeshore Blessing of the Bikes. April 29th-May 1st, Ride ends at Monroe Clubhouse Campgrounds. Trout Town Vintage Motorcycle Show.
Swap meet taking place during entire show with new and used parts and accessories. For more info call or visit www. Featuring motorcycles AND dirt bikes in a class show that's judged by the public.
Kick-off for Michigan's Motorcycle Awareness Program. Starts at 4pm outside the Capitol Building. Reserved parking is available so please RSVP to or visit http: Wear your blue jeans and leather, show off your tattoos, and get your picture taken on a motorcycle! Proceeds go to help fight Muscular Dystrophy. Sponsored by Grand Rapids Harley-Davidson. Call Mike for details; or Bubs 73 Foundation 3rd Annual Benefit Ride.
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Annual Jackson Blessing of The Bikes. Food, music, kids play area, door prizes. Individual bike blessings will be available from CMA members all day. Sponsored in part by THE Motorcycle lawyer. Feed The Children Poker Run. Event registration starts at Cancer Run and Bike Blessing. All proceeds go to local cancer research. Habitat for Humanity Blessing of the Bikers. Sponsored by American Legion Riders Post Proceeds will go to Blum's Landing to help veterans.
Baker College Car and Motorcycle Show. Door prizes, goodie bags, FREE refreshments, tons of vendors. Food, music, bikini bike wash, motorcycle show. Motorcycle Safety Awareness New Conference. New conference will move inside if the weather is bad. Old Iron Bridge Motorcycle Show Supporting their Motorcycle Awareness campaign. Dillinger Ride For Hospice.
Pig roast, music, raffles, and door prizes. Thunder Rolls in Belleville. Proceeds go to Veterans and their families. All proceeds go to The Susan G. Komen For The Cure 3-Day. Each paying participant gets a ticket for a "Steak-Out" starting at 5pm.
Extra Mile Fund Benefit. Proceeds benefit the Great Lakes Cancer Institute. Ends at Gibraltar Trade Center in Mt. Registration starts at 10am with the first riders receiving FREE tshirts and pins. Giving away 3 motorcycles! Leaves from Shiawassee Sports Center N. Breyer Rd in Birch Run at 4pm. Ends at Circus Park W. Proceeds go to support deployed soldiers. Lessons on buying a motorcycle, insurance, safety and riding gear. Proceeds go to uninsured and under-insured women in Antrim County.
Pre-register before May 26th and receive a ride tshirt. Proceeds benefit LakeVille Community sports programs. Kenneth Bidlack Memorial Poker Run. Proceeds benefit the recreation fund at Battle Creek Veterans Hospital. Celebrate Hero's Month and earn reward points. Proceeds to benefit the Ozone House, helping runaway and homeless youth.
Free tent camping and bottomless "mug" with admission. Look for The Motorcycle Lawyer and our new truck! Last bike in at 5pm. Includes entry to festivities at Wheel Inn Campground afterward. Live bands, pig roast, beer tent and vendors! Andy Ross Charity Motorcycle Ride. Hosted by Trenton Firefighters Charities. Ends back at Elizabeth park with a cookout and live music.
Benefits The Children's Heart Foundation. Learn to ride from one of the best teachers in Michigan. There's also going to be a Swap Meet area. National Ride To Work Day!! All money contributed will be donated to fallen or wounded US soldier's families. He's a trauma surgeon who specializes in the treatment of motor vehicle crash injuries.
He'll be speaking about his work with automotive engineers to enhance vehicle safety design. Cruise Kick-Off Thursday in Wyandotte before the show. Stop by The Motorcycle Lawyer tent while you're cruisin' for some free swag! Camping areas, hookups and dump stations available. For more info call Jeannie or Bill at Bikers For Blindness Poker Run. Alamo's Classics in the Park. Shields Fest Motorcycle Show. For the first time, this event is open to everyone! Anyone who rides should participate in this event.
Wherever you are, get on your bike and ride today, whether it's 1 mile or Watch the virtual odometer roll to 1 Million! Louis Center Blessing of The Bikes. Swimming and camping available for the whole weekend. Gates open at 10am with vendors, food, bands, and military displays. All Proceeds with go to Veterans and local "Fallen Heroes". Professional rider Cody Cavanaugh showing off X-Games style stunts. All proceeds stay in Southeastern Michigan.
Food, drinks, entertainment, prizes, ride pin and Guest appearance by The Misty Blues. Ride ends at Randy's Roadhouse in Onsted. Luau goes from 10am-5pm with the Blood Mobile around until 4pm.
Dedicated to the Memory of Tony and Karen Taliercio. Ride ends with a BBQ, music, drawings and more! Love for Lyric Benefit Ride. Cruze begins at 9am and heads to Auto City Speedway in Clio.
Sponsored by Axeman Firefighters Motorcycle Club. Includes t-shirt, pin, refreshments, dinner, entertainment and door prizes. Gates open at 10am Saturday and 9am Sunday. All proceeds go to Fraser Lion Charities.
Davidson Express Michigan Chopper Fest. Dominick Calhoun Memorial Ride. Live entertainment, silent auction, raffles and more. Bike shows, games, seminars, parades and MORE. Annual Tool Shed Charity Run. Registration at 10am, last bike out at 12pm.
Ends at Tool Shed Munger. Pig roast, BBQ, and entertainment from pm. Registration begins at 9am. All proceeds to American Red Cross. Lucheon after the ride. Ride begins at noon. Benefit pm at Kent City Lounge. For more info call or Ride ends at Evart Moose Lodge for a benefit dinner and fundraising activities dinner not included in ride price. Annual Riders For Hospice. All proceeds go to Sparrow Hospice Services. Ride goes for 80 miles with 10 different stops! Stay after for food, music and prizes!
Enjoy food, door prizes, raffles, and more! Vietnam Memorial Wall Escort. Marion Car and Bike Show. Registration begins at 11am, and ride will leave from there at noon.
Ride ends at GiGi's in Corunna with dinner. Ride is miles long with 7 stops at different fire stations in Shiawassee County. End of ride activities include dinner, entertainment, raffles, an auction and more! Rally features extreme sport celebrity Jason Britton and Team No-Limit who will perform 3 motorcycle stunt shows, including demonstrations by local stunt riders, live music, food, and motorcycle and clothing vendors. More info to come. Proceeds to Kevin Swafford Memorical Scholarship. Live Blues music all day, bikini contest, ride in bike contest.
Bike concets and music begins at 11am. Run starts at noon. All donations go to Arrowhead Community Scholarship Class of Registration begins at 8: Prizes for 1st and 2nd place, door prizes too. West starting point at Picknet location, East starting point at Southfield location. Starts 9am, depature at 10am. Enjoy music and food.
Ride for Vets Poker Run. Registration begins at 10am. Join over , bikers! A whole block of campsites prepared with ice, food, drinks, bands, biker games and more!
Ride with group leaders on daily rides or create your own schedule! Destination ride meeting in Hell Michigan.
There will be some designated starting points where volunteers will lead and you can join in and follow, or you can make your own route. Register behind Screams Ice Cream. Donation ride, no fee. Look forward to motorcycle rodeo games, bike show, balloon release to honor fallen heroes, door prizes, and more! Also enjoy a BBQ picnic, raffles, an auction, prizes, and more! Head for the Hills Customer Appreciation Ride.
Starts at 10am, ride leaves at 1pm. The ride ends back in Gravel Pit. Band and raffle too! Enjoy live entertainment, poker run and free rustic camping! For more info call HOPE at Stop anywhere along the way! For more info contact Jay R. Hangout after the ride for door prizes, raffels, and pig roast! Benefits Children's Miracle Network.
For more info call David at , ext Check in Gregory's Barber Shop day of event. For more info call Kevin at or. Gold Wing Riders Midnight Ride. Ends at Kewadin Casino in St. Watch the "Parade of Lights" in St. Breakfast and activities at the casino after the ride. Ride-in bike show, battle of the bands, burnout pit, vendors, food, and beer tent.
FREE to the public! Look for The Motorcycle Lawyer at this fun event! Pig Roast and Poker Run. Ride leaves at 10am and last bike out will be at 11am. Pre-register online website below. The fee includes dinner after the ride.
Ride ends back at Davidson for the party to enjoy live bands, prizes, food, drinks and vendors. For more info call Danny at or. Find more info and updates on the Porcupine Press Facebook page. Experience Michigan with all your fellow bikers! Free entry ride in Bike Show, trophies presented after. Enjoy a carshow featuring 30 GM vehicles, motorcycle show, and art competition! Artists have 3 hours to compete for prizes, and GM team members will be on-site for final judging of cars, art, and American made motorcycles.
Live and silent auction. No cost for event, donation and participation in auction encouraged to help support MDA. Pass the Ponytail Poker Run. Ride ends with a hog roast, prizes, and entertainment! For more info email t4bikerunyahoo. Ride for Literacy Books for Kids. For more info call or visit. Registration begins at 10am, ride leaves at noon.
Starts and ends at Fire N Ice. Registration begins at 9am, ride leaves at 10am. Stay for lunch after! Registration begins at After the ride stick around for the dunk tank, lilve music, drawings, and vendors! For more info call Diane at Registration begins at 9am, ride at Registration includes lunch, ride, and t-shirt. In memory of George Gorno Sr.
Registration starts at 8am, Ride begins at 10am. Friday night party begins after 6pm. Supports Great Lakes Burn Camp. After enjoy entertain and specials! Enjoy pig roast, Vets vendors, and Vets tribute. Registration begins at 12pm. First bike out at 1pm and last bike in at 4: For more info call Larry at or Gregg at All Proceeds go to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Livingston County Ride for the Red. After the ride enjoy live entertainment and door prizes.
Don't miss out on door prizes, awards, vendors, swap-meet, and food! Peoples choice bike show open to all makes and models, no classes. Registration begins at 2pm. Show goes from pm. Trophies for top 10 places will be awarded directly following the show. Bikers for Babies- West Michigan. Biker service 11am followed by ride.
Chili cookoff following the ride. First bike out 10am and last bike out at noon. For more info contact Diane at There is a Haunted House and Haunted Hayride in October, which seems eerie because the real ghost isn't in costumes, but it is a great place to go for scares!
Coldwater - Halstead House - haunted by the ghosts 2 children who are seen on the stairs. Coldwater - Oak Hill Cemetery - On the end of a deep, wide ,circular pit is a mausoleum. It is painted green, vines have long since overgrown the name and front. Pictures taken on three different days and times lighting all show a "mist" in the top corner. One the shape of two figures is clearly visible. Vandals have written, "meg lives" on the ground in front and a pentagram in red on the door.
A deep sense of unease is felt in this circle. This is located in the old section of the cemetery, you get a very strange feeling as you walk through it. He slipped and fell in the turbines, and was killed.
Several fishermen have claimed they have seen the boy walking at the top of the dam sobbing. Most sightings have been in the early morning before sunrise. The boy's figure is illuminated by the lights at the top of the dam, and he is said to be walking about ten feet above the wall.
The fisherman of the community seem to believe he is a sign of good luck, who ever spots him seems to have a prosperous day. Cranbrooke campus - the elementary school - There is a legend that a little girl died in one of the attics in the building. Witnesses have seen a little girl standing on a fire escape looking at them. She couldn't have been a human, because it was summer and the only people there were us kids from the camp. The fire escape wasnt all the way down, so she couldn't have gotten there from the ground.
Reports of feeling the need to get out fast. Crystal Falls - Mansfield mine cave-in - In the late 's when iron ore mining was in its prime, a group of 27 miners were killed when the mine caved in and drowned them. People who live close by can sometimes hear screaming and noises like someone was hitting a pick against a rock. Apparitions can be seen in and around the water where the mine filled with water. Lights of the mining helmets are seen coming from below the water.
She was involved in witchcraft, and she put a curse on Seven Gables road. IF you heard someone scream, The last person to jump over the fence would die. Instead he found a rope on a tree and hung himself. Now they say that the witch haunts seven gables, she doesn't want anyone there, Every person that has attempted to go to seven gables have taken Williamston road and either died by a car accident or almost died.
No one know why. Trust me we know. Davison - Russelville ballroom - people report seeing a man run in the woods, orbs around the building ,faces looking out the window.
The place is closed down now and seems not to be able to stay open. When it was open people would report dishes moving and pots and pans falling from where they are at. December — update: About a year ago a bad wind storm collapsed the porch roof of the building, and buckled parts of the walls.
The building is considered unsafe and will most likely be torn down soon. Dearborn - Divine Child High School - Several years ago, when a new gym addition to the school was being built, a construction worker fell from a scaffolding and died from head injuries.
Many people say that the new gym in the school is haunted and see his ghost up on the catwalk at night. If you walk down the halls of DC by yourself you always feel like something is watching you, or following you, usually due to the footstep noises. It has been said that at night, in the empty halls, if you get in the school and walk around some of the rooms are lit up and the janitor equipment will be standing outside some of the rooms, but if you go in the rooms there is no one to be found, but often strange things written on the chalk boards.
Dearborn - Dunworth Pool Seashore - Overnight maintenance and guards have reported seeing children running through the building. The lifeguard break room is always cold and often feels like someone is watching. At night the gates rattle and shake. Children can be heard calling out "Jack" the person the pool is named for or the night maintenance man's name. Also footsteps can be heard throughout the night.
Police often are called in to make sure it is not vandals. Never find anything but the noises continue. Dearborn - Fire Station 2 - Reports of many of the fire personnel that work there state that at night, a lone figure shuffles across the apparatus floor knocking over fire boots and rattling the coat hangers. Some think it is the ghost of a firefighter that refuses to retire even after death. The description is of a tall figure, glasses and mumbles about the old days gone by. The watchman of the night shift always keeps one light on for fear of this poor shade.
Dearborn - Greenfield Village - haunted by many ghosts in most of the homes, the most active are in Firestone Farm, and Webster home. A man committed suicide in the barn at the farm, and Webster is just unhappy. Dearborn - Greenfiled village - Henry ford museum - Henry ford museum has a car from the time President Kennedy was Shot. In the evening on the anniversary he has been spotted standing next to his car waving to the security officers and leaving a single red rose on the hood of the car.
Often felt a cold wind and was also told he said that there was two men that As well was not the man that shot him there was another man out side the building that was standing on the lawn where there was trees and shot him. Several reports of the figure of a man following someone and vanishing. Reports of a man in and old fashioned uniform wandering the hallway and vanishing a witness who spotted this later saw a picture of the Ford's butler and said that it was the same person that they spotted.
The Michigan Ghost Watchers did an investigation at the estate and got pictures of orbs, mists and a figure of a man in one of Mr.
Pictures have been taken of outlines of ghosts and it has been known to play tricks on members of The Guild. I have had a few encounters with the ghost. Hearing footsteps, when no one is around, and things moving around. At times, there is also a heavy breathing coming from stage Right. Dearborn - Showcase cinema - 2 men died in a fire of the upstairs. When you go up there you can feel something is there with you. Employees also see figures standing in numerous places inside building.
Dearborn - Tournament Players Club - The cleaners have claimed at nighttime to have felt presences and witnessed the lockers opening and shutting. You always feel as if your not alone. It is believed to be the spirits of golf legends.
Dearborn Heights - Berwyn Senior Center - About 33 years ago, at a old school called Berwyn elementary located at Berwyn and Richardson , there was a janitor that hung himself in the location of where the library stands today. Today it is called the Berwyn Senior Center. It is said by the senior citizens, and neighborhood kids, that they hear keys rattling, tapping on the glass of the library windows, moaning, and sometimes a figure or a face in the library's windows.
Many say that this place is haunted. Dearborn Heights - Crestwood Computer Lab - Computer number 25 is definitely haunted by an old senior who didn't not graduate because he failed computers. Now the computer acts up and any senior who sits at that computer passes with an 'A'. All the work is already done. This ghost is unlike any other ghost, he is a kind one! Dearborn Heights - Crestwood High School - People have reported sightings of ghosts walking the halls at night, sounds coming from classrooms that are empty, things being moved, and voices behind students in the daytime.
The origin of the hauntings are unknown. Dearborn Heights - Highview Elementary School - Mary is said to have run into the girls bathroom on the second floor crying after the teacher screamed at her. And she tryed to climb up a vent to get out of the school. She didnt know that the vent was an old air conditioning vent and turned on automatically. She is said to have climbed up and screamed as the blades cut her body and she died in the vent.
There is a dark stain beneath the vent and the door to that stall is removed. Dearborn Heights - O. Best Middle School - The right wing of this school was closed off, supposedly because a young girl hanged herself in the hallway's bathroom. People claim to hear sobbing and see drops of water drip from thin air. Dearborn Heights - Riverside Middle School - The Pool area was torn down this past summer, - There is a closed pool were a girl dove in and crack her head open and died and people reported that they saw her roaming the halls and her in the pool area.
Also they heard her say student's names. Couple people claim they saw her in the pool area wearing blonde hair that is shoulder length with blue eyes.
Dearborn Heights - Silvery lane park - A few years ago there was a fight at the park, and it involved many people and someone pulled out a gun and told everyone to stop fighting and they kept fighting so then he shot someone and killed them. People say that if you go there at 7. At the time she died Esther Morris was pregnant. And the maid was not killed; she was in the house asleep at the time.
The Morrises lived in a house considered by the people of the time to be a mansion, and were considerably wealthy. Additionally the murderer didn't arrive on horseback as far as can be discerned, but he did steal the Morris' buggy pulling horse.
The murders took place September 28, Detroit - Coca-cola Plant - a supervisor was shot by a disgruntled employee in the 50s. He is sometime seen yelling at workers and keeping the line running when the supervisors are gone. Detroit - Crossing of Tireman and Evergreen- No one knows why, but almost every month a horrible accident happens at the stoplight near the 3rd block of Tireman. Every accident is horrid and leaves a disgusting scene. Just last year 2 cars collided and a mans leg landed onto a lawn, while a little baby who had been in the car seat in the back was found mangled and beheaded on one of the lawns also.
It happens at an unearthly rate, and no one knows why. Children around the area never cross it, and try to stay away from it, they call it "fear street". When he is really restless he rides the elevator with the living stopping on the 2nd floor on every up and down trip Detroit - Detroit Historical Museum - In the lower level of the museum, there is a stain on the floor and it smells like sulfur that seems to disappear when it is touched.
Not many know about this but it is true that some workers have seen an orb in the lower level by the stain. I work security in the museum and several officers who work the afternoon and midnight shift have reported that when the lights are out the nail figure has an African Sculpture who is impaled with several shards of wood referred to as "nails" has been seen performing a tribal dance.
In the American Gallery there have been several reports of loud crashes in a room which houses a painting called the court of death. A loud crash has been reported to be heard by several officers patrolling through this area in the dark, sounding like a painting falling It is a very large painting.
When the lights are turned on there are no painting or any artworks out of order. The building has over 1, rooms, many secret passages, and secret floor compartments. The builder, a gentleman named George D. Night watchmen have seen his transparent form at the bottom of the stairs that lead to the roof.
Also, one of the roof doors will always be open, sometimes only moments after the watchman has locked it. Many other unusual sightings have occurred there, including unnatural cold spots and shadows moving in the third floor hallway behind the Drill Hall, various footsteps, the sound of doors slamming in locked, unoccupied rooms, and feelings of being "watched" or being "unwanted".
Many night watchmen have quit on the spot after having an experience with a ghost, and others refuse to even enter certain rooms. Detroit - General Motors Plant - a man was saved from being crushed by a ghost of man that died that way in Detroit - Henry Ford Hospital - Late at night you can hear shoes squeaking on the gym floor or hear a ball bouncing off the racket ball court. When obviously there is nobody in that area. It is off limits to personnel.
Security and maintenance personnel have had doors locked behind them during the early morning hours. One of the first floor boardrooms has a particularly obvious cold spot and a feeling of dread, as well as the smell of decay. In a nursing student, distraught over failing grades, took her own life by jumping from the roof onto the stone walk of the courtyard below. The doorway she used to gain access to roof will reportedly not stay closed on the anniversary of the event.
A nurse there comes in every morning to the basement section and always has to close the 75lbs lead door to the x-ray room, when she is positive they close this every night before the last doctor leaves. Detroit - Jefferson St. She was stuck under the car and was knocking hoping that the driver would hear her, but he didn't. It is said that when you take that turn on a rainy day you can hear four knocks on the bottom of your car. These knocks belong to the little girl. Detroit - Majestic - magic stick - The Majestic is a theater on Woodward, It is where Harry Hudini did his final show, there is a basement below the theater that if you go down to is now a small room and a hallway that has been bricked up there has been several occasions people have seen someone coming from the basement--there is also an old mezzanine that is covered by a large drape you can hear applause and screaming coming from there.
The hall was built as a prerequisite of Gabrilowitsch before he would lead the Detroit Symphony , and many maintenance and Security personnel still find his images walking around as if he were still the Music Director. Detroit - Our Lady Queen of Angels Parish Hall - Story goes, several decades ago the captain of the school's basketball team took his cheerleader girlfriend up to one of the rooms in the back of the upstairs. He said he wanted to give her something, so she agreed to go with him.
When they got up there, he pulled out a knife and stabbed her because he said he saw her cheating on him. And when they are shut, they open. You can hear the pipes clanking and sometimes you can see the figure of an older woman walk through the halls. This upstairs used to be a school, but is now used for the hall and storage. Andrew Hall - St. Andrews is a well known concert venue. There has been several Ghosts seen walking around the basement the Shelter and actually chasing people up the stairs.
On one occasion all the areas but the shelter was open. Doors opening and closing. Detroit - University of Detroit - Mercy - Marion Hall - The ghosts of nuns long dead still let there presence be known by locking doors, cold chills and uneasy feelings of being watched.
Has been torn down. Detroit - The Whitney - originally the home of David Whitney now a very swank restaurant. Reports of table settings moving, doors opening and closing, elevator being operated when there is no one there, cold spots and sightings of a male spirit possibly David Whitney Dexter - Warlock Willie's - There is a small cemetery near an apple orchard about a mile from town on Huron River Dr. There are only a few gravestones, but there is a particular tree that is said to grow over the grave of a warlock.
The tree has thorns growing on it although it isn't the type of tree to naturally grow thorns. People say that if you lie on the ground in front of the tree you can see a shadow come at you and pass through you into the ground.
Contact has been less and less frequent, however, actors and theatre workers have reported hearing piano music coming from the otherwise deserted house and disembodied voices in the form of whispers and quiet laughter. The only visual contact is of a young girl, thought to have been left behind when the orphan train stopped in town and the children were brought to the property to rest around the turn of the century.
Other evidence, such as disappearing scissors and keys, and strange and unclaimed writing on scripts and notebooks left overnight at the theatre, exists. Another story is that play director walked all over the theatre searching for her keys one night. She looked on the stage, then went to the basement to search.
She came back up to the stage, and her keys were in the center of the stage with the spot light shining on them. Dowagiac - Olympia Books - Building is over years old and has housed among other businesses, a funeral parlor.
The resident ghost is named Mr. Bock, after a name stenciled on hallway leading to upstairs apartment. Bock regularly knocks books from shelves or places them neatly in front of the door. Strangest experience was finding a chair placed about two feet from front door, looking out onto street. This has happened twice. There is a beam interrupt buzzer at the front door which has been set off when nobody present.
People in the apartment upstairs have reported hearing footsteps coming up to the apartment but nobody was there. Other strange happenings such as lights coming on or going off, voices etc. The apartment dwellers also report that their cat will not go to a certain part of apartment when ball is thrown there.
It is said that on stormy nights the boys could be heard screaming for help. The house that was located there at the time was also believed to be the persons that called for help for them often heard the boys crying out at night. The house had lots of strange happenings and ghosts seemed always around.
At night if you walk down Casey road past the cemetery you get an awful feeling that you are being followed and if you turn around quickly you can catch a glimpse of something behind you. Dutch town - Marons Food Market - Store has a women spirit in it.
Stuff flies off shelves at the costumers, Someone a lady, whistling and no ones in the store but the workers. Lights shut off and turn on when someone's alone. Cold spots and chills. Eagle Harbor - Lake Breeze Inn and light house - people claim they have seen a woman walking the porch looking out to the lake as if she is looking for her long lost husband who was lost in the lake in a freighter crash, the light house has had everything to lights flickering on and off to hearing voices, and apparitions.
East Lansing - Fairchild Auditorium - There is a boy who roams the halls of the auditorium. Also, there have been stories of weird noises coming from the stage areas. East Lansing - Michigan State University - Holmes Hall - On the sixth floor of the west building, students have reported seeing a male figure enter the elevator. Immediately after the door closes it reopens, revealing an empty elevator.
Appliances have also been known to come on by themselves. They are shadowy figures that simultaneously take both elevators and hold them. Then whispers of wind come from the elevators. Then they elevators close. Upon investigation into the hall is deserted but footsteps and laughing are heard. Also reported an apparition of a man walking into the elevator and it goes down to the 9th floor when it gets there the door opens and you feel a cold breeze go past you. Everyone on the floor has experienced doors slamming, appliances going on and off, and windows opening and closing.
East Lansing - Michigan State University - Mason Hall - there have been sightings of an old man in the oak room in the basement. Supposedly he was locked in there in and suffocated and died.
Voices have been heard in halls. There is a loud banging noise that can be heard early in the morning. Sometimes the lights will flicker and an eerie presence can be felt in the laundry room. East Lansing - Michigan State University - Mayo Hall - Strange presence felt in the basement corridor linking the two wings of the dormitory. Female figure seen in the west lounge, near the piano, said to be Mary Mayo herself. From the third floor gable room, it is possible to see the window to the locked fourth floor.
On cold nights and July Saturdays at noon, you can hear children crying. East Lansing - Michigan State University - Williams Hall - Incidents have included residents hearing noises coming from unoccupied rooms, computers turning on and off, seeing ghostly figures in the halls and dancing in the old cafeteria, night receptionists have reported the television in the main hall turning on and off.
East Leroy - 4 mile road - behind the houses on the lift side if coming from battle creek there is an old railroad that runs through the fields. It run back in the early 's.
Witnesses report a phantom train can be heard, seen and felt the train as it passes by. Shadows have been seen on the walls when the auditorium is dimly lit.
There are also stories of apparitions being spotted. Cold spots are felt on the stage as well as a strange presence being felt from time to time. Occurrences only seem to happen when there are a few people in the auditorium. When there is a crowd nobody notices anything. It's surrounded by an old cemetery. The church and it's grounds are said to be haunted by a child who was killed inside of the church by the pastor. If you drive by there is also a head stone that glows green.
You can here giggling from insides the cemetery late at night. And you will sometimes see figures hiding among the stone. During a recent renovation project, the carpenters and other workers said to have come in to work and all of their tools have been moved or missing, they have heard music when there was no power on in the house, they have heard laughter of children, and came in one day and all the furniture had been nailed to the floor.
There were also reports of some of the workers seeing blood on the stairs and banister and the head carpenter was down in the basement and looked to the top of the stairs; He saw a figure standing there that was dressed like a general from the Civil War. Mitz still lives in this house today. Evart - Forest Hill Cemetery - Some of the headstones glow at night. It is said that the light comes from the lantern of the deceased, but restless, railroad worker.
He died in the Muskegon River flowing by the cemetery in the late 's. Apparitions and voices can be seen. If you are leaving through the west gate, which is on a hill, and you put your car in neutral, your car is mysteriously "pushed" up the hill and out of the gate of the Cemetery.
Further, they found no facts that it has ever really happened or have been recorded to happen. You drive IN the west gate. You then drive to the bottom of a hill.
You put in your car in neutral and go back up the hill. They claim to have done this at least 50 times over the past 10 years or so.
It works every single time. You put the car in neutral, and go backwards uphill. Not driving the other way. They sent a picture showing the front of the car pointing down hill.
Farmington Hills - William Tyndale college - There have been many occurrences with employees especially the buildings and grounds workers of the sound of a woman walking down the hallway in hi-heel shoes.
There have also been the sounds of children playing but there is no one there. Fenton - Fenton Hotel - Several reports of activity in the Bar area, glasses breaking and shutters being opened or closed. Phantom drink orders taken by wait staff. Included in the book Haunted Michigan. Noises footsteps, voices reported in the upper levels by employees closing the restaurant at night.
Has a long history in the town, used to serve as a Hotel, but has been a restaurant for many years. Many unexplained light flickering occurs also Fennville - 54th street - in the back roads off the right side of m89 highway there were sightings of a werewolf looking creature it stood about 4 to 5 feet high crouching down a whitish grey color its been sighted by a few people Fennville - Reveille Rd - there was a haunted trailer that 3 people lived in strange things happened in that house mirrors breaking, doors slamming, and you can hear voices.
The history is that the people in the cemetery are in need of deep rest and wont stop till they get it. Fife Lake - Battenfield House - Previous residence of one of well known mass murderers who was found to have poisoned several family members because she liked to attend social events and used the murders to provide the social contact she craved. Two of the murders occurred in this house. Hauntings include burning flames seen on upstairs newel post which left no heat or burn.
Story's go that a security guard was stabbed down there in the 's by a homeless person and died down there. There was an older guy on his shift that claimed to have been one of the Iron workers that built the place in He said that when the hole was being dug for the foundation of the building that they found human remains, he also said that the county corner had to come out there 2 to 3 times a week because they were digging up so many old bones story goes is that the area was once used as a native Indian burial ground.
Flint - Capitol Theatre - People have heard screams, moans, and tapings on the wall. And while groups have come to play on the stage in the theatre, for no reason at all their equipment goes dead, but the power is still on.
Flint - Cornwall building - the old Cornwall family is said to still walk the place. You can see them in the window of the old office from 3rd street.
Flint - Diane's Pawn Center - A heavy and oppressive feeling takes over you as you enter, and specifically in the isle with leather coats and guitars, you sense an overwhelming amount of depression and dread. You get the urge to leave immediately. The hair stands up on the back of your neck, and it also seems hard to breathe. Flint - The Dryden Building - Man walking down hallway on 3rd floor. Sounds of people walking up and down the stairs. Knocking on walls, lights flickering, faces seen looking out of window at night.
Personal items being moved from one place to another. Bells ringing at the front door. Haunted possibly by an old man and woman, or maybe even farm help. When Minnie was around 15 years of age, she fell in love with a sailor. Unfortunately, Minnie's parents disapproved and would not let her see him. The sailor later died at sea. Minnie was so upset upon hearing of his death that she dressed herself in all white and jumped off the pier into the cold waters of Lake Huron.
Her body is buried in the nearby cemetery. People have claimed to see her ghost walking the beach, crying for her lost love. Forestville - Forestville Beach - One night a young teenager was driving his truck down to the beach. The road to the beach had a steep hill downwards towards the water. He was going to fast and couldn't stop in time so he plummeted in the water. The weight of his truck dragged him under to fast to escape so he drowned. Every summer night if you go to the beach you can hear his scream then a giant splash at around A murder was running loose and this unlucky teacher was right in harms way.
She has been seen wandering the hallways trying to protect her students from the killer. Lorenz Lutheran grade school--was not built on that site until And there were all men teachers until the late 's.
Fraser - Eisenhower Elementary - It is said that a little boy was brutally beaten and hung from the swing set and people report during the night to see the swings start swinging all on their own and cries of pain.
Freeland - Elementary school - building used to be a graveyard, all bodies not removed. A creepy man wondering the halls, but only in dark and deserted places. Behind stage, cold spots galore, and the curtain wires moving with no one by them. Old band room, and hole in the ceiling, and once on a while a student will see a mans face through it. Fremont - Old Applebrook Farm - Althaugh the home is owned by new owners now, the once-named Applebrook Farm is over years old. Fremont - Wal-mart - The ghost of a man has been known to play tricks on associates.
Knocking things over and making noises. Especially upstairs in the layaway packaging dept. The associates who have worked there for years swear they have seen him or have been witness to his mischievousness. Also complaints of feeling watched and chills.
These sounds are said to be because a dog killed a little girl back in the 's. The tennis courts took over the exact spot. Curtains open and close during rehearsals and performances. The crawl space door to the catwalk opens and slams shut, even though now it's kept looked. Lights flicker on off, especially the spotlights. The students know him as "Red Eyes", no one has yet to see him.
Garden City - Garden City High School - Room - When the room is empty after school there is a girl that sits at an empty desk in the back corner. She was supposedly shot to death in Garden City - Garden City Hospital - There was a 13 year old boy who is seen late at night in the main lobby walking back on forth from the desk to the 3rd chair. It is said that the boy is trying to decide to find another way out, or to avoid his original plan. Which was he jumped from the roof after an operation didn't go the way he had hope.
After walking to the desk 3 or 4 times. It disappears and at night around 2: Garden City - Garden City Park - reports of an apparition on an old man that is sitting at a picnic table that just disappears. Garden City - Lathers Elementary - The local rap group L3 was being hunted down by gunmen and ducked a few bullets. Where the old baseball diamond stood, "Mr. Tarnow" and "Phareel" fired back and killed two men before getting gunned down themselves.
Children claim they hear rhymes and gunshots when they step on the "baseball diamond", which was turned into a parking lot because of the murder scene. Genesee - Grand Blanc - Riverbend East Watertower - Time to time you can hear "wavey" sounding voices coming from the fenced off building, at the bottom of the water tower He was not found until weeks later Gladstone - North Bluff Cemetery - It has been seen by numerous people that a woman in a wedding dress has been seen walking through the cemetery searching for the people who murdered her husband, Raymond Visnaw.
It has said that she has actually came towards people and disappeared. Goodrich - Cemetery by the Elementary School - voices and sounds of people talking throughout the night. Teachers would go in there, thinking someone was smoking and there would be nobody there. Cameras would show that nobody even went into the bathrooms. During tests, students will sometimes hear voices coming from the venting systems.
Lockers will mysteriously open and slam shut and nobody will be in the hallways. Every now and then, you would hear people whispering in the bathroom stall next to you and nobody will be there.
Also, door stalls will open and slam shut, even yours. It seems that the bathrooms at the high school are particularly haunted. Grand Blanc - Old State Cemetery - People levitating, shadowy figures, voices, cold winds suddenly, something touching you, held in one spot, and a bouquet of flowers following you every step you take.
When it was up and running as a theatre, employees would report lights turning on and off and garbage being cleaned up and no one had cleaned up. There also might be someone buried the basement according to stories. This information was printed in a story in the Grand Haven tribune around The theatre is currently going to be turned into a hotel if all goes well.
Not enough money and interest could be raised for a hotel. Grand Haven - Lake Forest Cemetery - There has been sightings of a "blue man" apparition on top of Ferry Hill, an old part of the cemetery where the founders of the city are buried.
The "blue man" is believed to be that of William Ferry, a reverend and founder of Grand Haven. Grand Ledge - Sawdon High School - There are three floors at Sawdon High School, The classes use to be on the second floor until a student overdosed, on acid on the second floor, so they moved classes and lockers to the third floor, It is said that if you go on the second floor of Sawdon you will hear lockers open and slam shut, and toilets flush, and someone running through the hall screaming.
Objects moving on their own. Night security guards report turning off all lights in the locked and secured building and having them mysteriously turn on once again.
Reports of water faucets turning on have also been mentioned. On the second story and in the far room at the right-hand side there is a ghost of a man that sometimes appears to be dressed in clothing from the 30's or 40's. Sometimes he appears to be an elderly man. But then he walks into the room. The former residence to that place reported that the ghost walked to the middle of his room and stood there for minutes and then goes out into the hallway and stands.
Ada - Ada Cemetery - Ada witch - Sometimes you can see a misty blue figure floating within a 3-mile radius of the Ada Cemetery on 2 Mile between Egypt Valley and Honey kitchener-waterloo-chiropractor.com story of her origin is as follows: A man suspected his wife of having an affair, so he followed her late one night when she thought he was asleep. Here's a sampling of events listed on this page! click names for info. Michigan Renaissance Festival, Detroit Red Wings Season Opener, ArtPrize, Halloween Season, Detroit Thanksgiving Day Parade, North American International Auto Show (Detroit), Jeff Dunham , Woodward Dream Cruise, Arts, Beats & Eats, Michigan State Fair, scroll down page to see these and many more events. Southwest Michigan escorts, female models, independent escorts, adult services, strippers, strip clubs, exotic dancers, and nude dancing with photos. Post ads with pics.