Lansing State Capitol

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Finished in 1878, the Lansing State Capitol building is believed to be haunted by the spirit of a man who was killed while painting in the rotunda. His apparition has been on the rotunda walkway in painters’ attire. Cold spots and cold winds also have been felt.

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Geographic Information

Address:
100 N Capitol Ave
Lansing, MI
United States

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GPS:
42.73358589118988, -84.55532133601082
County:
Ingham County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Lansing, MI (0.1 mi.)
Edgemont Park, MI (2.1 mi.)
Waverly, MI (3.3 mi.)
East Lansing, MI (3.6 mi.)
Okemos, MI (6.5 mi.)
Holt, MI (6.7 mi.)
DeWitt, MI (7.5 mi.)
Dimondale, MI (7.7 mi.)
Haslett, MI (7.9 mi.)
Bath, MI (8.0 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://council.legislature.mi.gov/lcfa/capitol-tours.html

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  1. I went with my daughter school we took lots of pictures the pictures we took of of the outside of the capital you can see the image of a little boy standing in the window wearing clothing and it looks like a bonnet he’s got his head held down but it’s very obvious what it is if you’re looking at the Capitol building head on he’s in the middle window on the left hand side closest to the door

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