Bois Blanc Island

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Bois Blanc Island, southeast of Mackinac Island, is rumored to be haunted by the ghosts of two British soldiers who allegedly deserted. The men were killed by Native Americans after their commander put out a bounty on them.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Bois Blanc Island, MI
United States

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GPS:
45.7508589, -84.45942100000002
County:
Mackinac County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Cheboygan, MI (7.2 mi.)
Mackinac Island, MI (10.3 mi.)
Mackinaw City, MI (13.1 mi.)
Carp Lake, MI (14.5 mi.)
Saint Ignace, MI (15.3 mi.)
Levering, MI (17.7 mi.)
Pellston, MI (20.8 mi.)
Brutus, MI (23.7 mi.)
Indian River, MI (24.5 mi.)
Alanson, MI (26.4 mi.)

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