Haunted Michigan: Uncover the Dreadful Secrets of Eloise Psychiatric Hospital on an Overnight Ghost Hunt Near Detroit

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Uncover the Dreadful Secrets of Eloise Psychiatric Hospital on an Overnight Ghost Hunt Near Detroit

• Discover the dark history of Eloise Psychiatric Hospital, located 30 minutes from Detroit.
• Join Ghost Hunts USA on an exclusive overnight paranormal investigation at Eloise, filled with private vigils and engaging discussions.
• Explore the main building with access to experienced ghost hunters, a psychic medium, and cutting-edge equipment.
• Expert team of ghost hunters, a reputed psychic medium, and state-of-the-art paranormal detection equipment included in your ticket.
• Guests must be 16+ years old and accompanied by an adult over 18.
• Don’t miss the chance to explore this spine-tingling location near Detroit.  • Visit the Ghost Hunt USA website to secure tickets and prepare for a terrifying adventure near Detroit.

Discover the chilling history of the infamous Eloise Psychiatric Hospital in Westland, Michigan, just 30 minutes from Detroit.

With a haunting history filled with ghost stories and dark tales of mentally and physically ill patients, Eloise is undoubtedly one of the most terrifying places in Michigan.

Originally serving as a haven for the impoverished in 1839, this sprawling complex eventually became the largest psychiatric hospital in the United States. After the hospital wing closed in the 1980s, the property fell into disrepair, leaving only five buildings and a chilling on-site cemetery.

Now, Ghost Hunts USA invites you to embark on an unforgettable paranormal investigation at Eloise.

If you dare to delve into the supernatural, join Ghost Hunts USA for an exclusive overnight paranormal investigation at Eloise. This unique event starts at 8:30 p.m. and lasts until 5 a.m.

Explore the eerie corridors of the main building and partake in private vigils, engaging discussions, and even enjoy refreshments throughout the night.

During your spine-chilling journey, you’ll have access to a team of ghost hunters, a reputed psychic medium, and state-of-the-art paranormal detection equipment.

From 8:30 p.m. to 5 a.m., you’ll have exclusive access to a team of experienced ghost hunters, a renowned psychic medium, and state-of-the-art detection equipment. This is an outing like no other near Detroit.

Please note that guests must be at least 16 years old and accompanied by an adult over 18.

Whether you’re a believer or not, one thing is certain: your understanding of Eloise will reach new terrifying depths.

Don’t miss out on the upcoming dates for this hair-raising overnight ghost hunt near Detroit.

Visit the Ghost Hunt USA website to secure your tickets.

Inside Eloise Asylum

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About Eloise Asylum
Discover the hidden secrets of Eloise, the hauntingly fascinating abandoned building. Beyond the rumors of ghosts, the walls of this former psychiatric hospital hold a rich history dating back to the 1800s.

Originally known as the Wayne County Poor House, Eloise was relocated from Detroit due to deteriorating conditions. It served as a poor house, a general hospital, a mental hospital, and a sanitarium for tuberculosis patients.

Occupying a sprawling 902-acre campus near Michigan Avenue, Eloise boasted over 70 buildings, including a bakery, school, fire department, police department, and post office. It even had its community, complete with employee housing, farms, and a cemetery for those who passed away.

During its prime in the 1920s, Eloise treated approximately 10,000 patients, utilizing advanced techniques such as X-rays, radium, and “open-air” treatment. Various therapies, including electroshock, insulin shock, and music therapy, were employed to address mental health issues. Some unfortunate individuals even underwent lobotomies.

Despite discontinuing psychiatric care in 1979 and closing the general hospital in 1984, remnants of Eloise remain. While some buildings have been demolished or repurposed, others are eerie reminders of the past. The Kay Beard Building once home to psychiatric patients, now serves as an administration building and has even been the backdrop for a movie. And don’t miss the Eloise Cemetery, a solemn resting place for over 7,000 patients whose stories were lost to time.

Take part in ghost tours of the Kay Beard Building, rumored to be haunted, or experience the thrill of a real haunted house for Halloween. Funds raised from the Eloise Asylum will benefit the homeless shelter located in the commissary building.

Prepare to be captivated by Eloise, a Michigan Historic Site steeped in history, mystery, and the paranormal.




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