Get spooked at Fallasburg. Just in time for Halloween, the Michigan Paranormal Alliance (M.P.A.) conducted an investigation for the presence of ghosts at the pioneer Fallasburg village on Saturday. The sold-out event brought more than 40 people to the village.
“This is a fundraiser for the Fallasburg Historical Society,” said FHS vice-president Tina Siciliano Cadwallader.
The unique spooky event combined history with Halloween.
“I enjoyed the musems,” said participant Teresa Medich of Burton.
Michigan Paranormal Alliance finds ghost activity at Fallasburg village
By Emma Palova
EW Emma’s Writings
Fallasburg, MI – Just in time for Halloween to get spooked by findings of ghost activity at the Fallasburg pioneer village located three miles northeast of Lowell.
The Saturday night ghost walk organized by the Fallasburg Historical Society in conjunction with the Michigan Paranormal Alliance (M.P.A.), brought out more than 40 people. They split into four groups and set out to hunt for ghosts at different locations throughout the 1840s pioneer Fallasburg village.
As the one-room Fallasburg schoolhouse dipped into pitch black, ghost hunters from group two heard a distinct thump, thump, thump of feet walking by the desks near the windows. And then, came a bang from the storage room. Ghost hunter Peggy Kotecki ran out to see if it wasn’t coming from the outside.
Indeed, it wasn’t.
“I would suspect the most ghost…
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