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#1 Sarmotifan

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Posted 18 January 2007 - 12:41 PM

Does anyone know of any buildings or places in Mt. Morris and Flint that are haunted besides Crossroads? I'm thinking of checking them out.
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Posted 18 January 2007 - 03:07 PM

Do you mean Mt. Morris and Flint in Genesee County, Michigan, USA? If so, here are some places that might be of interest:

Flint - Capitol Theatre - People have heard screams, moans, and tapings on the wall. And while groups have come to play on the stage in the theatre, for no reason at all their equipment goes dead, but the power is still on. That is when they hear eerie singing of people and shadows in the balcony.

Flint - Cornwall building - the old Cornwall family is said to still walk the place. You can see them in the window of the old office from 3rd street.

Flint - Diane's Pawn Center - A heavy and oppressive feeling takes over you as you enter, and specifically in the isle with leather coats and guitars, you sense an overwhelming amount of depression and dread. You get the urge to leave immediately. The hair stands up on the back of your neck, and it also seems hard to breathe.

Flint - Naturally You Wig & Hair Salon - Smells of some one baking, even though there is no stove. Knocking on walls, lights flickering, faces seen looking out of window at night. Personal items being moved from one place to another. "People" walking down hallway when there was no one there. Bells ringing at the front door. Haunted possibly by an old man and woman, or maybe even farm help.


I also found a reference to a haunted junk yard in Mt. Morris where mobsters supposedly dumped many of their victims, but I won't post the location since it's private property. I really don't want to encourage anyone to go there--unless it's during normal business hours, and they need a part for their car!

I was curious if you were familiar with the Bath School disaster that took place in Bath Township outside of Lansing in 1927. More than 40 people died there, and I was curious if any paranormal activity had been reported there since the school building was rebuilt and is supposedly still in use today . . .

Edited by earth_spirit, 18 January 2007 - 05:36 PM.

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Posted 18 January 2007 - 03:55 PM

That's exactly what I ment. I've heard of the Capitol Theatre hauntings. I just heard of the Bath Township disaster. I don't know where most of these buildings are, but the Capitol Theatre is close to where I go to school.
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Posted 18 January 2007 - 06:08 PM

Diane's Pawn Center is at 1115 S Dort Hwy, and the Naturally You Wig & Hair Salon is at 3517 Fenton Road. Both are in Flint.

The Cornwall Building does supposedly exist, but I can't find an address. I did find a reference to a "Cornwall House - Wright Building" at the Whaley House museum's web site. Perhaps they can tell you where it's located:

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Posted 18 July 2007 - 11:31 PM

Dose anybody know the address to the corwall building. I know thats its on 3rd street but I can't find it.
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Posted 18 July 2007 - 11:34 PM

There is another place callled the Winchster hospital on Flushing and Linden Rd. There is no longer a building there now but there has been reports of paranormal activity happing in the area that the building was at.
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