Ghost hunters revisited the Eloise Psychiatric Hospital in Westland on Saturday, this time to examine the basement of a building that had been closed off for decades because it was flooded, but was recently drained.
“Down there was very eerie,” Jeff Adkins, a co-founder of the group, Detroit Paranormal Expeditions, said Tuesday. “You sense someone else is down there, even though you are by yourself. It was one of the most eerily quiet places I’ve ever been.”
He could hear water dripping and what sounded like shuffling footsteps.
There’s more: Video recordings captured an orange light, an orb, and then a white one.
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