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Check out the most haunted sites in metro Detroit

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Posted at 1:22 PM, Oct 28, 2016
and last updated 2016-10-28 14:28:40-04

With Halloween coming on Monday, we're taking a look at some of the most haunted places in metro Detroit.

Take a look at the list below and tell us some of your favorite haunted areas!

Orson Starr House - Royal Oak

The house was built in 1845 by a farmer and cowbell maker Orson Starr.

Candace Isaacson, a member of the historical society, says a visitor once kicked a ball down the stairs. The woman immediately fell down the steps claiming she was pushed, but no one was behind her.

The Whitney Mansion - Detroit

SyFy's "Ghost Hunters" checked out The Whitney earlier this year. Owner Bud Liebler says his staff and patrons have experienced some paranormal activity in the past.

Some folks have seen dark shadows and a figure of a man and a little girl in the home.

Bud had an experience one morning when he walked out of his office for a few minutes.

"All of a sudden I noticed this candle is lit on the table and there was no one else in the building and I thought that was really weird and I ran in and sort of slammed the door in my office and stayed in there for a couple of minutes."

Historic Fort Wayne - Detroit

Fort Wayne offers a walking tour at night after dark. It features tales of a World War soldier that still walks his post, sightings of a domestic servant that killed herself and more.

St. Aubin's House - Detroit

According to Hauntedplaces.org, the historic house was once the site of a number of cult murders.

Some people have seen the apparition of a headless man, and noises of screams, moans and cries for help.

Two Way Inn - Hamtramck

According to Haunted Places, the inn was built in 1876 and is now a bar. It was formerly a brothel and a general store.

Some people have seen a cowboy wandering through the building, who allegedly stayed and passed away at the inn.

Do you know of a haunted location, tell us below!