The Gandy Dancer - Ann Arbor MI Real Haunts
The Gandy Dancer Restaurant in Ann Arbor dates back to 1886 and offers an elegant setting and seafood cuisine. Before the building housed a restaurant, it operated as a railroad station that was an integral part of Midwest transportation. Rumor has it that the station was where people brought the deceased during World War I and bodies that weren’t claimed were kept in the basement. The location is believed to be haunted by those who were kept at the location. Witnesses have reported lights being turned upside down and glasses flying off shelves. Other reports include the ghostly figure of a man who likes to wander the halls.
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