Fort Wayne - Real Detroit Haunted Place
- 6053 West Jefferson Avenue
- Detroit, MI
Listed on the National Historic Places list, it's the third fort built in Detroit from the 17th century. The site was built in 1845 and contained barracks, officers quarters, hospital, shops, recreation building, commissary, guard house, garage, and stables.
It is haunted by soldiers. Visitors have claimed paranormal occurences like seeing and hearing doors opening and closing as well as unexplanable sounds of foot steps.
Today, it is part of the Detroit Recreation Department. Visitors can seek the help of Metro Paranormal Investigations while there and hear them explain the unexplainable.
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I was there on 2014.
My son in law and I was excited to be at Fort Wayne. They started with a little movie about Ghost and they walked as around the grounds. Then they let us free to roam where we could. A lot of buildings were lock up. Never saw or heard one thing. I had brought a Omilus 3 Ghost box, Full spectrum camera with two full spectrum lights. Recorder, laser lights. I had 4 peope with me and we stayed in one area after half the night was done. With no else around other then 4 people and it was totally dark in inside and we stayed for 2 hours. Nothing at all. Never will go back again. Sign DarrylPosted 5/8/17
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