Eric Meier is Founding Editor of Ultimate Unexplained (http://UltimateUnexplained.com) and lead explorer of the Haunts and Legends of New York video series (http://bit.ly/HauntsAndLegendsNYS) He is a native Michigander with an interest in geography and history - but will try to keep the reads not as snoozy as you might remember from school.
Historic, Renovated Grand Haven Church Just Became the Most Desirable Mansion in the City
A historic church in Grand Haven is now on the market as a beautifully remodeled home that is like a mansion richly decorated and looks to offer stunning views of the lakeshore city.
This House Might Tumble into Lake Michigan Tomorrow – Someone Just Bought It
Sure, living on Lake Michigan might be a dream for many of us, but would you take a chance on a property that is in real danger of falling victim to eroding into the lake?
Trashed Hallways and Guess Jeans – This ‘Last Day of School 1989′ Video from Comstock Is a…
This is what the last day of school at Comstock High looked like in 1989.
Not Even the Locals Can Explain This Confusing ‘Beach Access’ Sign Along Lake Michigan
This 'Beach Access Limited' sign along Lake Michigan in Wisconsin so bizarrely written, no one can comprehend what the heck it's supposed to mean.
Understanding The Mystery Lights of Whitefish Bay in Lake Superior
Reports of lights seen from Whitefish Bay have baffled residents and visitors to Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
How a Kalamazoo High School Dropout Became the Infamous ‘Mountain Man’ Fugitive of Utah
Long before he was the most wanted person in the Utah backcountry, Troy James Knapp was a high school dropout from Kalamazoo.
Exploring the ‘End of the World’ Trails near Mount Pleasant, Michigan
The 'End of the World' trail system is a legend around Mount Pleasant and Midland that few not native to the area know anything about.
This Waterfall Near Ontonagon Looks Like it’s Gushing Chocolate Milk
Victoria Falls outside of Rockland in Ontonagon County is the cascade caused by a hydroelectric dam on the Ontonagon River. It really shows its power in the spring.
There’s a Bowling Alley Hiding on Mackinac Island You Need to Play
Tucked away inside the Woods Restaurant on Mackinac Island is a duckpin bowling alley, it's also rumored to be the oldest of its kind in America.
Watch: Professional Mandolin Player Makes ‘Bucket List’ Pilgrimage to Gibson Factory in Ka…
Scott Napier, who plays and teaches mandolin professionally, made a recent visit to the Gibson Guitar factory in Kalamazoo to play his vintage mandolin at the place it was crafted and first strung.
Why Will No One Talk About the Hauntings of Brent Creek near Flushing, Michigan?
Brent Creek runs through Flushing Township, a suburb of Flint before flowing into the Flint River. It's the woods around the creek that have some terrified after hearing the sounds of children in the forest, but knowing no child is near.
These 1900s-Era Menus from Detroit and Around Michigan Will Make You Wonder Just What Mich…
These historic menus from around 1900 at locations across Michigan will have you rethinking your culinary heritage.