Fort Mackinac is a Revolutionary War-era fort on Mackinac Island. The popular tourist site is haunted in many spots. In the Guard House are cold spots and orbs that show up in photos. In the Hospital, visitors have detected feelings of sadness and apparitions of phantom limbs. In the Officer Hills Apartment Quarters, the sound of crying babies has been heard, furniture is moved, and motion detectors go off when no one is inside. At the Officer’s Stone Quarters, ghostly children are said to play with the toys, leaving them strewn about in the morning. Apparitions also are seen at the North Sally Port Entrance Gate and Wall and on the Rifle Range Trail.
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- Huron Rd
Mackinac Island, MI
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- 45.852216950811155, -84.61747348330391
- Mackinac County, Michigan
- Nearest Towns:
- Mackinac Island, MI (0.2 mi.)
Saint Ignace, MI (5.4 mi.)
Mackinaw City, MI (7.1 mi.)
Carp Lake, MI (12.5 mi.)
Cheboygan, MI (15.8 mi.)
Levering, MI (17.0 mi.)
Pellston, MI (22.2 mi.)
Cross Village, MI (24.9 mi.)
Brutus, MI (26.0 mi.)
Alanson, MI (29.4 mi.)
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