Here we go: It's Michigan's 7th Most Haunted Place...
the River Raisin National Battlefield Park in Monroe!

The Michigan home of General George Custer, Monroe, Michigan, is the site of the largest and bloodiest battle in the state. The Battles of River Raisin - also called "Battles of Frenchtown" - occurred before Custer was even born. These battle took place during the War of 1812. The British really hammered the American troops, who were forced to surrender. American soldiers were led away by the British, leaving wounded & injured American soldiers lying to die on the battlefield. These helpless soldiers were then massacred by Native Americans in a surprise attack.

The deadliest battle of the War of 1812 saw over half 1,000 American soldiers killed.

Paranormal teams have held investigations at the River Raisin National Battlefield Park, using objects of the time (early 1800's), like music and other items, to coax some spirits into appear or communicate. Some people have claimed to photograph ghostly figures on the field, in doorways and in windows; and others claim to have heard - and recorded - cries of pain & agony on the field.

Pay a visit!