Haunted Places in Dickinson County, Michigan

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    In the meantime, here's a list of all haunted places within 100 miles of Dickinson County, Michigan.

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    McClintock Park

    Athelstane, Wisconsin

    42.8 miles from Dickinson County, MI

    Rumor has it that ghosts haunt McClintock Park. Strange noises and orbs that show up in photos are said to be the remnants of murders that have taken place in the area years ago.

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    Landmark Inn

    Marquette, Michigan

    43.5 miles from Dickinson County, MI

    This historic hotel, which opened in 1930, is said to be haunted by a famous ghost. Amelia Earhart stayed here in 1932, and her room 502, is now named after her. Her ghost is said to visit from time to time. Other famous folks who have staed here include Abbot ...

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    Northern Michigan University

    Marquette, Michigan

    44 miles from Dickinson County, MI

    Northern Michigan University has quite a few buildings that are rumored to have things that go bump in the night. For instance, in Room 102, the control room of the John X. Jamrich Building, a young woman's face is said to appear in the window. She's believed to be the ...

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    Kitchie Cemetery

    Trout Creek, Michigan

    56.6 miles from Dickinson County, MI

    Among the strange, ghostly phenomena reported at Kitchie Cemetery are the sound of chainsaws and screaming and floating orbs around visitors' cars.

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    The Pines on Crooked Lake

    Crivitz, Wisconsin

    58.1 miles from Dickinson County, MI

    From the Pines Bar a curious apparition has been seen from the dock. An old man yells for help from a ghostly old fishing boat out in the middle of Crooked Lake. Shortly thereafter, boat and man are surrounded by mist and vanish from sight.

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    Big Bay Point Light

    Marquette, Michigan

    58.2 miles from Dickinson County, MI

    At this historic lighthouse with a bed-and-breakfast attached, the ghost of original lighthouse keeper Will Prior is known to pay a visit. If you chance to catch a glimpse of him, you'll know him by his red hair.

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    Port Townsend Resort - Hillcrest Lodge

    Townsend, Wisconsin

    58.7 miles from Dickinson County, MI

    The elderly Dr. Fred is the well-known ghostly resident at this 1940s lodge. He once lived on the third floor, but was hit by a car on the road in front of the lodge. He died from his injuries, but never left the place. He makes himself known by slamming ...

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    Nelsen's Hall Bitters Pub

    Washington, Wisconsin

    63.2 miles from Dickinson County, MI

    Nelsen’s Hall Bitters Pub & Restaurant is housed in a historic building and sells the drink used as a "tonic" (wink) during the Prohibition era. It is said to be haunted by the spirit of namesake Tom Nelsen, the Danish man who got a pharmaceutical license to serve his tonic ...

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    Peshtigo Fire Museum

    Peshtigo, Wisconsin

    66.1 miles from Dickinson County, MI

    The Great Peshtigo Fire of 1871 remains largely overlooked in historical texts, despite the fact that it claimed several thousand lives and razed the township to the ground. However, phoenix-like, the town has risen from the ashes to become a thriving community. A former church which was moved across ...

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    Shipwrecked Brew Pub and Restaurant

    Egg Harbor, Wisconsin

    72.2 miles from Dickinson County, MI

    The restaurant reportedly houses several spirits dating back from its original construction in 1882. The first is that of former owner Verna Moore, who has been seen in the dining room and basement of the building. She converse's with members of staff, and moves around furniture in the upstairs hotel ...