Fenton Hotel

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At this restuarant, formerly a historic hotel, the wait staff have been known to take phantom drink orders for patrons who suddenly aren’t there. Glasses have been broken and shutters open and close by themselves. Footsteps and unexplained voices have been reported and the lights flicker as well.

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Geographic Information

Address:
302 N Leroy St
Fenton, MI 48430
United States

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GPS:
42.79883299999999, -83.70445999999998
County:
Genesee County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Fenton, MI (0.1 mi.)
Lake Fenton, MI (3.3 mi.)
Holly, MI (3.9 mi.)
Linden, MI (4.1 mi.)
Argentine, MI (7.2 mi.)
Grand Blanc, MI (9.7 mi.)
Gaines, MI (11.8 mi.)
Byron, MI (12.3 mi.)
Swartz Creek, MI (12.7 mi.)
Goodrich, MI (12.9 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://fentonhotel.com/

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  1. The first time I went I was seated by a lady in the bar area in one of their booths off the wall. She took our drink order. I felt very uncomfortable it was weird. The lights were flickering we placed our drink order watched her walk through the kitchen door. Never to see her again. Then a young man came over to take our drink order I explained the hostess took it. He said there was no hostest but she sat us. I was confused and left did not stay. Second time was Valentine’s. They sat ys in one of their banquet rooms. No bad vibes. Alot better in that room. Got to enjoy my dinner. Nothing but good vibes. Nothing like my first experience glad I went back.

  2. I used to live near that play, about … ehh roughly maybe 5-6 miles away. Not to bad. My step mom used to tell me storys of it. She said ” they used to be open… for travelers or people who needed it to stay.. but i guess it was just to haunted n it closed down for over night stays. They only use their bar, and dinning place now…” i myself have never been. But when you drive past, wor walk past you get an weird feeling as if somethings watching you n negativly ( some times not so bad.) effecting you.

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