You may get more than sweet dreams when you lay your head to rest at the Sweet Dreams Inn Victorian Bed & Breakfast in Bay Port just south of Caseville in Michigan’s Thumb. Spooky things happen when the lights go out including doors opening and closing, and objects hurled through the air. There have been sightings of friendly spirits at this Victorian mansion that was built in 1890.
Owners of the Howell Main Street Winery never believed in ghosts until unexplained things started to happen at the winery including doors locking and alarms going off. A paranormal organization was invited to make a visit and reported that spirits other than wine occupy this building.
Michigan‘s Upper Peninsula has two well known haunted locations. Marquette’s Landmark Inn first opened in 1930. A librarian is said to haunt the Lilac Room waiting for her lost love to return from his sailing mission on Lake Superior. The Lilac Room phone rings to the front desk when no one is registered for the room. Visit and find out about other mysterious haunting tales.
Known as a historic and haunted hotel in Escanaba, the House of Ludington welcomes paranormal researchers and haunting hobbyists. The owners will be happy to show you the “hot spots” of ghostly sightings within the premises. The hotel opened in 1864 and is of Queen Anne architectural design with a glass walled exterior elevator and medieval looking cupolas. At the time of its opening it was the only hotel with baths, steam heat and electric call bells. Over the years many dignitaries and celebrities stayed at the Ludington. It has a lot more to offer these days with 25 lovely guestrooms and casual and elegant dining.