Get terrified at one of these historic Detroit locations, from concert venues to the Henry Ford Estate.

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The Henry Ford Estate

4901 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, MI 48128
(313) 593.5590
www.henryfordestate.org

Paranormal investigators have taken pictures of ghostly orbs, wisps and the figure of a man in one of Henry Ford’s cars. The ghost of a butler is thought to haunt the estate.

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The Masonic of Detroit

500 Temple Street
Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 832-7100
www.themasonic.com

The Masonic Temple is a popular location for concerts and activities and also haunting. The building’s original owner, George D. Mason was said to have gone broke financing the building for the Masons, also ruining his marriage and he allegedly committed suicide jumping off the roof of the building. There are cold spots, reports of doors closing suddenly and a feeling of being watched reported by some.

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St. Andrew’s Hall

431 East Congress Street
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 961-6358
www.livenation.com

St. Andrew’s Hall is a popular concert venue. The basement is reported to be haunted with people seeing ghosts and being chased upstairs by the spectres.

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Historic Fort Wayne

(810) 853-8573
www.hauntedfortwaynedetroit.com

Many hauntings are reported at this old fort where many soldiers lived over the years. It also housed skeletons of Indians since it was transformed into a museum several decades ago. Haunted tours are often conducted here.

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The Whitney

4421 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48201-1821
(313) 832-5700
www.thewhitney.com

A popular upscale restaurant is a former mansion reportedly haunted by its previous owner, David Whitney.

More information and haunted areas in Michigan at theshadowlands.net