This historic building serves as the town art museum, but employees have reported odd occurrences during the night shift after the museum has closed down for the night. Claims vary from reports of heavy breathing, unseen figures brushing past staff in the corridor, ghostly voices and the eerie sensation of being watched. One of the museum’s most notorious ghosts is a spook that likes to incessantly thrash the keys of an old-fashioned typewriter in an upstairs office, while another has been known to throw books at patrons and workers.
(Submitted by Callum Swift)
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- 1152 North Michigan Avenue
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- 43.4243107230465, -83.95341351617395
- Saginaw County, Michigan
- Nearest Towns:
- Saginaw, MI (0.4 mi.)
Carrollton, MI (2.6 mi.)
Buena Vista, MI (2.8 mi.)
Zilwaukee, MI (4.0 mi.)
Shields, MI (5.2 mi.)
Bridgeport, MI (5.7 mi.)
Robin Glen-Indiantown, MI (6.4 mi.)
Freeland, MI (11.0 mi.)
Bay City, MI (12.2 mi.)
Frankenmuth, MI (12.6 mi.)
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