Henry Ford Estate in Dearborn, Michigan:
Constructed in 1915 for #HenryFord, the founder of Ford Motor Company, the Henry Ford Estate in #Dearborn, #Michigan is a 56-room limestone #mansion that spans over 1,300 acres along the Rouge River. It was the primary residence of Henry Ford until his #death in 1947, and now serves as a #museum which offers public tours of the estate. Over the years guests have reported encountering the #spirit of a man whose appearance matches that of one of Henry Ford’s late butlers, who #haunts the location for unknown reasons. In some instances the man’s #apparition is seen in mirrors and window reflections following visitors, and on many occasions his misty figure has also appeared in photographs. Some employees working at the Henry Ford Estate also claim that the man’s apparition will sometimes clean up messes caused by guests, or attend to other duties, like organizing items and sweeping the floors. The Henry Ford Estate was added to the National Register of #Historic Places in November of 1966, and is sometimes referred to as Fair Lane Estate.
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