Riverside Osteopathic Hospital - Real Trenton Haunt
This abandoned hospital sits on private property and does not allow trespassers. Built in the 1800's as the Church Family's home, it became a hospital in 1944 after Henry Ford purchased it. The stories here surround the Churches. Stories say one of the daughters fell off a horse and broke her arm, so the father killed the horse and buried it near the house. The young girl was upset over the incident and spent most of the rest of the time in her bedroom, singing and rocking in a chair. Her spirit has been spotted in the window wearing a white dress, still singing.
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