If you are a visitor to the state of many lakes -
Michigan, plan a unique ghost-hunting adventure and stay at one of
Michigan's haunted hotels.
And if you are a resident of Michigan, get to know your state's spookier
side and embark on an exploration of the unexplainable and
visit one of Michigan's very own haunted hotels.
One of its most haunted
hotel is the Landmark Inn,
which is home to a spirit of a heart-broken librarian.
The Landmark Inn
North Front Street, Marquette, Michigan (906) 228-2580
charming Landmark Inn,
located in the historic downtown section of Marquette first opened its
doors in 1930. It sits near the shores of Lake Superior and has been
recently restored. It has welcomed such diverse guests as Amelia
Earhart, Abbott and Costello, Louis Armstrong, and The Rolling Stones.
But who cares about them, right? You want to know about the ghosts,
legend has it that around the time the inn opened a local
librarian fell in love
with a sailor. They eventually made plans to get married. However,
before coming home to marry her, he had to make one more journey out to
sea. But the ship and crew never returned. The librarian is said to
still haunt the Lilac Room,
which has a view of Lake Superior - she is believed to be watching for
her sailor's return. Strangely, male guests
have reported tricks played on them, such as keys not working or calls
in the middle of the night. Also, the staff has claimed they would
receive phone calls from the Lilac
Room when no one was
Please use the
following link for The
Landmark Inn to learn
more about this historic lakeside and haunted