St. Cecilia Music Center

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Security guards working night shifts in the centre have reported that when the leave a room and return later, that all the chairs will have been moved around. A female voice is heard in the ballroom, and many people have sighted a shadowy apparition rushing across the stage before vanishing.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
24 Ransom Ave NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
United States

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GPS:
42.9638649, -85.66453000000001
County:
Kent County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Grand Rapids, MI (0.2 mi.)
East Grand Rapids, MI (3.2 mi.)
Wyoming, MI (4.1 mi.)
Comstock Park, MI (5.2 mi.)
Walker, MI (5.8 mi.)
Grandville, MI (6.2 mi.)
Northview, MI (6.5 mi.)
Kentwood, MI (6.6 mi.)
Jenison, MI (7.5 mi.)
Cutlerville, MI (8.5 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.scmc-online.org/

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  1. I had a paranormal experience at the music center the in 2011. I was walking back through the hallway from looking at the tunnels that are underground, all of a sudden I felt as though I had a spider web brush my shoulder and arm. At first I didn’t think anything of it and kept walking then it happened again. I think asked the people I was with if I had anything on me..turns out I didnt. I then talked with a the paranormal team that was with me and found out that sometimes when being touched it can feel like spider webs. I also found out that the hallway I was walking in had reports of common experiences. Also the same night my friend and I went up to the ballroom. I was taking recordings as I asked questions. A few days laters I reviewed the recordings and heard a lady laughing. No one was in the room at the time other than my guy friend and me.

  2. Practiced and performed in the hall once a week for two years, explored the halls and tunnels many times during breaks and while waiting for rides in the early 2000’s. Was/am a very strong believer and knew the building was rumored to be haunted. Despite an open mind and multiple situations of being alone as well as in groups there were no experiences in the building that I can say were ever close to being related to paranormal ongoings. St. Cecilia’s is however very lovely and has some wonderful architecture on the inside, so even if you do not brush elbows with spirits there are at least wonderfully aesthetic sights to see

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