William Tyndale College

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William Tyndale College closed in 2005, but was rumored to have ghosts that may reside there still. The ghosts were discovered by phantom noises: the clicking of a woman walking down a hall in high heels and the sounds of children playing.

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35700 W 12 Mile Rd
Farmington Hills, MI 48331
United States

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42.4988203, -83.4009216
Oakland County, Michigan
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Franklin, MI (5.1 mi.)
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  1. Wondering who currently owns the building? Would love to host a talk and ghost hunting event in the building. Please let me know.
    Thank you,
    Exie Susanne Smith
    Welcome To My Para”Normal” Life and When The Dead Come Calling

  2. The foxy frenchmen  |  

    I am one of 9 closely nit people that had experienced way more than this brief overview of the once Christian college describes. I have experienced things that with no mention to other fellow employees have become an all to real understanding of the legion of posesses that call this place home. If interested, I would be glad to share my experiences in this building with any open ear. 15 years after my employment, I, along with those who worked with me, still get shivers up and down mine spine.

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