Howell, Michigan Ghost Sightings
Me and my family used to live on W. Brook Street in Howell, MI. The house was very haunted.|
Submitted by Patricia
I used to own a house off W. Washington Street. I believe it was haunted but by spirits that liked us. When we first bought it, we did a lot of interior cosmetic stuff. We went to leave out of the back door and off the deck. My husband turned off all the lights to the house, so it was very dark. I misremembered how many steps were on the deck and fell forward. The sidewalk widened to the length of the steps then narrowed to a normal size. I somehow fell sideways into the grass. I have no idea how I didn't fall face-first on the concrete.
I also was home alone one day and decided to repaint the bathroom. I was scared of the basement because it was a field stone foundation (cinder block in part), so I was talking out loud. I couldn't find an edger or the pads to it. I took everything out of our painting supply tub, muttering that it had to be there somewhere. I just took a paint brush instead and declared that I would attempt to free-hand it. When I got upstairs, I realized I forgot a paint stirrer. I went back downstairs, and there was one edger and two pads laying out on top on the box like they had been left for me. I just said ''thank you'' and ran upstairs.
Another time I was coming home from work, and in my side mirror I saw a tall young man with red hair walking swiftly behind my car towards my neighbor's house. There's a tall wooden fence between our yards there, so there's no way a person would walk briskly right into the fence. I called out my husband's name, but I knew it wasn't him. He was inside on the couch.
Submitted by CM |
Categories: hand, basement, mirror, bathroom, spirits
I live on S. Elm Street in downtown. I have lived here for nine years, and my wife has been here for fifteen. Our home definitely has activity. One day we came home from the lake down the street, and we found an elderly lady sitting on our porch. I greeted her, and she asked if we lived there and that she had some ''records'' that should stay with the home. This home was relocated from Wetmore Street where the train station is now located.
It was built in the 1800s and moved around 1924. She had photos going back to the homes original location and up to its current when she last visited the home in 1992. It was 2016 when we met. She had pictures and stories, all fascinating, but we learned that several people had died here over the years and that funerals were routinely held in our parlor. Before we knew of these details we had experienced many strange occurrences. However, they have all been either benign or even protective. One example is when I was sitting in our barn (it's one of the only homes in Howell city limits with a barn. ) I had the garage doors all closed because it was cold and rainy. I was using my smoker, which I had setup in the driveway about 40' from the barn.
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