Co-owner Ed Terebus says, “Somebody screamed so loud they lost their teeth.”
Ghosts and apparitions frequent Metro Detroit establishments, especially at this time of the year. Gather around to hear spooky stories from local haunts.
Halloween is only days away and thoughts are turning to ghosts, graveyards and whether they are really haunted.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing says the city had 95 fires over a three-day period that included Halloween, about the same number as in 2011 and 2012.
The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is collecting leftover Halloween candy which will be sent to troops working overseas.
Officials say two Detroit firefighters were hurt as a series of blazes hit the city amid its annual Halloween season anti-arson campaign.
“Adults need to grow up and do their job. You’re at work, it’s not a party. It’s not cute, ironic, or funny.”
It’s looking like it will be a wet and windy Halloween in much of Michigan.
An emergency curfew goes into effect Tuesday night as part of Detroit’s Angels’ Night campaign.
Imagine this: a horror movie, shot in 45 days, here in Metro Detroit, by the hands of local talented filmmakers…all on a budget of $700. Sounds pretty crazy, right? The film titled “Stranger” was put together by a small group of ambitious, local filmmakers with a love for filmmaking. They combined their passion with a very small budget and transformed it into a film that showcases the talent that Metro Detroit possesses.