This is house is said to have been built by a German immigrant upon arrival in the United States. During the nineteenth century, this house served as a station on the underground railroad. History says that there was a terrible fire one evening and all the slaves were burned to death in the basement. In order to maintain their secrecy, the owners walled up the section of the basement that held the dead bodies. Many have reported hearing screams and moans from the basement. In an upstairs room, a
After drowning her two children in the Calumet River, this woman has been grieving. She begs for a ride to the site of her children's death and upon arrival, she vanishes. She has been described as a Mexican woman with pointed fingernails and long black hair. Other similar stories have arisen at the Yellowstone River in Montana, the Rio Grande in Texas, and the Guadalupita in New Mexico.
Diana, an eccentric artist who once lived in a shack near Lake Michigan, was brutally murdered by her husband Paul Wilson. The Dunes are haunted by her ghost.
When this building was an abandoned train station, many drifters and hobos used it for shelter. During that time, a woman was murdered on the premises, and she haunts the building today. Her presence is most often felt in the children's library, and the scent of her perfume is present on Halloween.
In this cemetery, only accessible by foot, around midnight, an apparition of a lady appears on a rock that resembles a chair. On Halloween, many cult groups venture to this place to conduct ceremonies.
This mansion is plagued by many phantoms throughout the year, but especially on Halloween night. On Halloween, alarms sound and lights go on and off, though the house is empty. Objects may also be seen flying through the rooms, and there have even been reports of gun shots in the house.