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Detroit is filled with locations that had unspeakable tragedies that gave birth to paranormal activities. Discover the secrets that hide in the shadows. This one hour Motor City Ghost Tour will take you to the locations of actual hauntings. Get a glimpse into Detroit’s dark past.
You’ll have a local knowledgeable guide who will tell you well researched history of the city. You’ll hear chilling stories of paranormal activity and see the haunted sites.
You’ll see the Masonic Temple and learn about the tragedies that have befallen some of its earliest members.
Your guide can show you where the famous Houdini died on Halloween. He’ll also tell you about Houdini’s presence there after his death and about an amazing picture.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra is said to have spirits roaming the halls at night. Some have loved this theater so much that they refuse to leave, even after death.
The Grey Ghost is considered one of the most haunted pubs in Michigan. Hear what bartenders, servers and customers have experienced in this bar.
Detroit’s Museum of Contemporary Art is said to be one of the most haunted museums in the U.S. Hear chilling tales of who is protecting the exhibits after dark.
Hear about the Great Fire of 1805 and how Detroit earned the nickname of The Murder City. From pirates to serial killers, you’ll hear stories you won’t soon forget.
You’ll see the Alhambra Building which was built in the 1890s to be a posh apartment complex. Rose Barron worked there. She was America’s first female serial killer and her weapon of choice was arsenic. The Alhambra has seen a number of suicides and a fire. The disturbing death of a 13 year old girl named Mary who was burned alive solidified the building’s reputation as cursed and haunted. Residents have seen a white apparition flying down the hall some nights and many believe it’s Mary.
You’ll see the MaTheatre where it isn’t the music or the artists that will give you goosebumps. In 2018, a concert goer attended a Prince Tribute. He captured Prince’s image standing in front of his temporary memorial.
Be sure to take your camera on the tour because you never know what you might capture.
Are you looking for a way to save money on this tour? Of course, you are. Book your ticket here and you can save $3 (9% discount) on each ticket.