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The haunted and abandoned Waugoshance Lighthouse in  Mackinaw City, Michigan. Built in 1851 - in 1900, the keeper John Herman disappeared and activity has been reported since then, like doors opening and closing on their own.

The haunted and abandoned Waugoshance Lighthouse in Mackinaw City, Michigan. Built in 1851 - in 1900, the keeper John Herman disappeared and activity has been reported since then, like doors opening and closing on their own.

The abandoned Book Tower is a skyscraper in the Washington Boulevard Historic District of Detroit, MI. Construction began on the Italian Renaissance-style building in 1916 as an addition to the original Book Building and finished a decade later. Designed in the Academic Classicism style, it is 475 feet and 38 stories tall. The once opulent structure remains derelict  although there was a proposal to renovate it last year in 2013. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Book_Tower

The abandoned Book Tower is a skyscraper in the Washington Boulevard Historic District of Detroit, MI. Construction began on the Italian Renaissance-style building in 1916 as an addition to the original Book Building and finished a decade later. Designed in the Academic Classicism style, it is 475 feet and 38 stories tall. The once opulent structure remains derelict although there was a proposal to renovate it last year in 2013. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Book_Tower

Detroit Packard plant. I can't believe we used to have huge raves with thousands of folks trippin and dancing all night till the sun came up. lucky it didn't colapse on us, i fell through the floor one time into the basement...my friends had to save me, we didnt realize it but the place is full of aspestose, after 8 hours of dancing we be pulling dirty buggers out of our nose for days...kg

Detroit Packard plant. I can't believe we used to have huge raves with thousands of folks trippin and dancing all night till the sun came up. lucky it didn't colapse on us, i fell through the floor one time into the basement...my friends had to save me, we didnt realize it but the place is full of aspestose, after 8 hours of dancing we be pulling dirty buggers out of our nose for days...kg

Michigan Bell Building. The Yellow Pages sign is now gone, and is rumored to be in the Green Field Village/ Henry Ford Museum storage facility.

Michigan Bell Building. The Yellow Pages sign is now gone, and is rumored to be in the Green Field Village/ Henry Ford Museum storage facility.

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