Attractions August 31, 2017
The Creepy Small Town In Michigan With Insane Paranormal Activity
Do you believe in ghosts? If you live in Belleville, Michigan you might. This little town has a lot of paranormal stories surrounding it. Take a look:
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Denton Road Bridge
There are two Denton Roads in Belleville: Old Denton Road and Denton Road. Both have many stories of haunts and spirits. At Denton Road Bridge, which crosses Belleville Lake, people often see the ghost of a woman. Some see the woman surrounded by a blue light, others see her soaking wet, and carrying a baby. Pull up near the bridge at night and turn off your lights, and you might see multiple orbs floating toward your car.
Old Denton Road Near I-94
Old Denton Road is a little stretch of road that has a lot of paranormal activity. Some see a lone figure walking along the side of the road, which vanishes into thin air as they approach. Others who dare to walk down this road hear the crying of a baby.
Elizabeth Soop was said to be a witch. She's buried in the oldest part of the cemetery next to her husband, but people say that she's definitely not at rest. Many who visit her grave say that they're followed by shadowy figures, and they hear voices and footsteps. Others report orbs everywhere at night. Soop Cemetery is located at 49250 Old Denton Road.
Tyler Cemetery is just outside of Belleville, in Van Buren Township, but perhaps Belleville's spirits don't take note of town limits. This cemetery is said to be haunted by several ghosts dressed in white. You might see them walking amongst the headstones. And when you leave, if you look in your rear view mirror, you might see them following you until you get back through the cemetery's gates.
Bone Heads BBQ
Bone Heads BBQ is just four miles from Belleville. You'll find it at 10256 Willis Road, Willis Michigan. This restaurant is one of the most haunted places in the entire state, but its ghosts are supposedly friendly. The mischievous ghosts make lamps in the bar swing wildly, Lights turn on after the restaurant is closed and locked for the night. Employees report hearing whispers and footsteps when no one else is around. A woman in a white dress often appears to customers in both the dining room and the ladies restroom.
It's said that if you pull onto quiet, rural Robson Road at night, you'll experience some strange paranormal activity. Turn off your headlights and wait for a few moments. You'll see a pair of headlights hurtling toward you, then it will seem to run right over your car and pass through to the other side.
Have you ever seen or heard anything strange in this little town? We’d love to hear your stories!
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11 urban legends in Michigan.