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Michigan's Haunted Hospitals & Asylums

For many, abandoned asylums, and closed down hospitals are some of the spookiest Real Haunts in STATE. Empty hospitals are eerie on their own, but even moreso when you consider that spirits of the departed could be lurking around any corner, and haunting the hallways of the hospital they once called home. Hospitals and Asylums are often considered hot spots for paranormal activity, since countless people pass on in those facilities, often times unexpectedly, which is one explanation for why many spirits still linger there, rather than crossing over. If you're looking for a truly paranormal experience, check out one of STATE's Haunted Hospitals or Asylums - but be prepared to encounter the unexpected!
 
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    Originally developed as the Northern Michigan Asylum in 1885, the psychiatric hospital was in operation for over 100 years and closed in 1989. Today the buiding is part of an area that has been redeveloped into the Village of Grand Traverse Commons where you can find walkways, expansive lawns, and acres of preserve land. The said building has since been remodeled, but the original... Read More

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  •   Stimson Hospital Eaton Rapids, MI
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    Built in 1870, it started as a private residence. In 1918, the property turned into a hospital where there have been countless deaths. A few months after opening, one of the co-owners, Dr. Francis R. Blanchard fell down the elevator shaft. There have been reports of noises in the basement and odd occurrences like objects moving and appliances malfunctioning. The hospital closed in 1957... Read More

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    This abandoned hospital sits on private property and does not allow trespassers. Built in the 1800's as the Church Family's home, it became a hospital in 1944 after Henry Ford purchased it. The stories here surround the Churches. Stories say one of the daughters fell off a horse and broke her arm, so the father killed the horse and buried it near the house. The young girl was upset over... Read More

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  • Eloise Asylum Westland, MI
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    The Eloise Asylum was also known as the Wayne County Poor House, an 1830's poorhouse that later on became a hospital that featured a cemetery with over 7,000 graves. The hospital stopped business in 1984 and its ruins are believed to be haunted. Witnesses have reported apparitions, often a woman wearing white, moans, screams and roars. Today, the site where the hospital once stood has... Read More

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