The Grand Victorian Bed and Breakfast Inn

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This 1890s inn is said to be haunted by original builder Henry Richardi, who built the house for his intended bride. It is said that after Henry passed away, his disappointed spirit came here to rest. The building stood unoccupied for many years, and during that time, folks reported seeing eerie lights in the cupola area.

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Geographic Information

Address:
402 N Bridge St
Bellaire, MI 49615
United States

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GPS:
44.980443, -85.20995399999998
County:
Antrim County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Bellaire, MI (0.1 mi.)
Central Lake, MI (6.7 mi.)
Alden, MI (7.6 mi.)
Mancelona, MI (9.1 mi.)
Rapid City, MI (10.7 mi.)
Eastport, MI (11.1 mi.)
Elk Rapids, MI (11.7 mi.)
Alba, MI (11.8 mi.)
Ellsworth, MI (12.9 mi.)
East Jordan, MI (13.0 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.grandvictorian.com/

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  1. At the end of Echo street in East Jordan michigan there is a trail that follows along the jordan river. Many nights me and my friends have encountered something following us. Feelings of eyes on us. I was with my boyfriend at the time of my last adventure down that trail where there were footsteps and sounds of people walking, following us, but no one was there.

  2. Yes, been there and the Museum next door. The Museum lady told us he after he built the house, he was rejected by the fiancee. He was left there to pine his days away. Be sure to go across the street to Short’s brewing….Best Beer in the State!!! <I don't think its haunted there…but you may see hallucinations after a few of their brews!!

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