Castle Museum

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This historic museum was formerly a gothic mansion, and is allegedly haunted by a grey lady who has been known to manifest in the archives room and in the basement.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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531 Federal Avenue
Saginaw, MI
United States

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43.43095886601666, -83.93559104232787
Saginaw County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Saginaw, MI (1.1 mi.)
Carrollton, MI (1.9 mi.)
Buena Vista, MI (2.0 mi.)
Zilwaukee, MI (3.2 mi.)
Robin Glen-Indiantown, MI (5.4 mi.)
Bridgeport, MI (5.6 mi.)
Shields, MI (6.2 mi.)
Freeland, MI (11.4 mi.)
Bay City, MI (11.5 mi.)
Frankenmuth, MI (12.1 mi.)


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  1. We were walking in the archives room and a lady’s voice said hello twice. And it freaked us out, we almost cried and left. We thought it was animated, but now that we just read that it’s haunted by a lady, and she haunts that room and the basement… We now know.. It was real!

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