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.
‘Stunning’ Only Begins to Describe the Ice Angel of New Buffalo, Michigan
Just when you thought you have seen everything a Michigan winter has to offer, check out this majestic 'ice angel' that formed near the lighthouse in New Buffalo.
This Ice Shelf Breaking Up in Lake Michigan Looks Like It’s Sending A Million Ice Cubes to…
There's a seemingly never-ending flow of photos and videos showcasing the grandeur of the lakes in winter. Here's one showing shelf ice breaking up in Chicago.
Battle Creek Has a Massive Snow Removal Machine Named ‘Chewy’
Battle Creek city crews not only plow streets but runways, too. Check out the work of their massive snow removal machine nicknamed Chewy.
This Island Northwest of Detroit, Michigan Likely Hides the Lost Treasure of Chief Pontiac
Native American Chief Pontiac, who waged war against the British around the Great Lakes is rumored to have left a great treasure on an island near Detroit.
Watervliet, Michigan Elementary Did Cereal Box Dominos Down the Entire Length of the Schoo…
We can't think of a more fun way to raise food and awareness for a food bank than what happened at South Elementary in Watervliet with a 600+ cereal box domino rally.
These Steep Snow-Covered Texas Bridges Look More Like Upper Peninsula Ski Jumps
Are you looking at the Pine Mountain Jump in Iron Mountain or Rainbow Bridge in Port Arthur, Texas? You tell us.
For Your Entertainment, this Yooper Teen Dives Into 3 Feet of Fresh Manistique, Michigan S…
You're looking at three feet of snow and our brave jumper from Manistique is wearing nothing more than a t-shirt and shorts.
Michigan Based Big Boy Restaurant is Bizarrely Popular in Japan
You might be surprised to know that the Michigan-based Big Boy chain of restaurants is more popular in Japan than in the United States. Take a look inside one.
The Sounds of This Undulating Pancake Ice on Lake Huron is Otherworldly, Calming and Eerie
In early January 2021 a video surfaced on Facebook sharing the otherworldly sounds of pancake ice on Lake Huron close to the Michigan shoreline at Port Austin.
You Probably Didn’t Notice, But UFO Disclosure was Just Mandated by the COVID Relief Bill
While most in Congress were debating the size of stimulus checks to give each American, an odd, largely unnoticed section of the bill basically just mandated UFO disclosure by law.
10 Years Later, Northern Michigan’s First Earthquake in Recorded History Remains A Mystery
Michigan's Upper Peninsula never had an earthquake in recorded history - until the Menominee Crack opened up in 2010.
Five Places in Michigan You Might Find Gold or Buried Treasure
Is there really gold in them there hills around Michigan? Very likely, yes.