The Definitive Guide To All Things Haunted And Creepy In Michigan
Michigan is the perfect place for those with an interest in all things creepy, haunted, or paranormal. After all, you can’t travel too far without stumbling upon a bonafide haunted house, a haunted mansion, or a haunted museum. You can even travel down one of more than a half a dozen haunted roads that are sure to leave you with chills running down your spine. In addition to the many haunted places in Michigan, you’ll find quite a few abandoned spots, some that time has simply forgotten. If you haven’t experienced the paranormal firsthand, you can still enjoy plenty of frights at one of Michigan’s many haunted attractions – from haunted hayrides to haunted corn mazes – during the fall months. Here’s our definitive guide to all things creepy, from haunted attractions to historic haunted destinations, in the great state of Michigan.
The Most Haunted Museum In Michigan
The Most Haunted Road In Michigan (And Maybe America)
The 3 Most Haunted Places In Michigan
Michigan’s Freakiest Haunted Prison
Scariest Haunted House In Michigan
The Best Haunted Corn Maze In Michigan
The Creepiest Haunted Trail In Michigan
Would You Spend A Night In This Michigan Haunted Hotel?
5 Creepy Photos From Michigan
5 Creepy Facts About Michigan
1. Although a fictional film, Jeepers Creepers was inspired by real-life events in Michigan many years ago. Numerous people driving down an old stretch of highway witnessed a horrific event: the murder of Marilyn DePue, a high school counselor. It was, in fact, her husband who brutally murdered her.
2. Michigan’s most famous missing person just might be Jimmy Hoffa. While it’s pretty much been confirmed that he was murdered in 1975, his body has never been found. However, that hasn’t stopped people from speculating where his final resting place might be and that includes everywhere from behind a poker hall in Gardena, California to under a backyard swimming pool in Hampton, Michigan. 3. The Bath School Disaster is one of the most well-known tragedies in Michigan history. A disgruntled member of the Bath community, Andrew Kehoe, left explosive devices all over town in 1927. One of those devices blew up and killed 36 schoolchildren and two teachers.
4. If you want to experience the paranormal, you can increase your chances when you visit Belleville, a town known for its paranormal activity. Soop Cemetery, for example, is said to be haunted by rumored witch Elizabeth Soop, who often follows those who visit the cemetery.
5. Michigan is home to a few abandoned towns, but none more creepy than an unnamed ghost town that’s brimming with decaying cars and rundown buildings. Even though it’s abandoned, the buildings in the town still remain locked.
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