Sieting Hotel

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This hotel was built in 1912, and claims of hauntings have been reported there ever since. Sobs, screams and moans have been heard, as well as voices. The ghost of a tall, shadowy man and a little girl in a white dress have been reported.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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394 South Cedar Street
Kalkaska, MI
United States

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44.7304956, -85.17862589999999
Kalkaska County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Kalkaska, MI (0.3 mi.)
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  1. My grandpa was fixing the roof about 30 years ago his name was virgil beckwith .. he started to come down the ladder and the hooks was no longer hooked and he fell off landing on the side walk out front they was just fine when he went up the ladder . he almost died . but has told me that there is something not right about that place.

    • Your grandfather is a good friend of mine. I owned the Sieting Hotel from 2011 to 2017. I have many recordings and photos of ghosts including the little girl in white. It is most certainly haunted, by what? I don’t know.

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