Allen Park Historical Museum

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The 1888 farmhouse that houses the quaint museum is haunted, according to members of the local historical society. Apparitions reported here include a friendly elderly woman, her grandson and a man in a plaid shirt who greets visitors, possibly a farmer who passed away at the residence during the twentieth century.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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15504 Englewood Avenue
Allen Park, MI
United States

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42.2469899, -83.21368089999999
Wayne County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Allen Park, MI (0.7 mi.)
Lincoln Park, MI (1.8 mi.)
Southgate, MI (2.5 mi.)
Taylor, MI (2.9 mi.)
Melvindale, MI (3.1 mi.)
Ecorse, MI (3.5 mi.)
Wyandotte, MI (4.0 mi.)
River Rouge, MI (4.4 mi.)
Riverview, MI (5.3 mi.)
Dearborn, MI (5.5 mi.)


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  1. The AP museum farmhouse is 100% haunted!!! Strange things happen and are seen here nightly. Cell phones and other battery piwered items are quickly drained on the property by the entities that haunt the grounds and house. Odd images show up in pics here.

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