River Raisin National Battlefield Park - Real Monroe Haunt
- 1403 East Elm Avenue
- Monroe, MI
This is a battlefield park from the War of 1812. Hundreds of soldiers have lost their lives here and prisioners of war were massacred here. Witnesses have claimed seeing apparitions of soldiers in military attired. There have also been ghostly sounds of cries and sounds of war reported.
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Voices and phone
We went to the park around mid-day. My phone "died" while hiking around only to turn back on when we returned to the entrance of the trail. This happened twice. The first time it came back on it was at 100% the other time it was drained to 9%. We also heard voices close to our ear that screamed and one time it said "whoa." The park ranger said that they receive a lot of paranormal reports and although he would not go into much detail than that. He finished my sentence about how the first time I went out hiking and my phone turned off by saying,"then it turned back on at 100%." Eerie. I would like to go there at night. Posted 10/28/19
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