The Fenton Hotel in Michigan is haunted by a number of creepy ghosts and freaky paranormal events.
In the Fenton Hotel bar, a waitress was standing at her work station one evening when one of the wine glasses suddenly flew off its perch and sailed across the bar, crashing and breaking against the wall. The waitress also heard a disembodied voice calling her name and felt something brush against her leg. Many times, customers have told her they saw someone hugging her, even though there was nobody else in the bar.
Then there is the recurring case of the mysterious man at table 32. Every now and then, a man seated there will order a shot of Jack Daniels on the rocks and the bartender will duly pour one, only to find that the mysterious man has vanished into thin air.
The scariest part of the Fenton Hotel is the disused Third Floor. This closed upper level has been vacant for decades and is used for storage. The hotel’s Caretaker, a man named Emery used to live alone in a small, cold room on the third floor until he died years ago.
Hotel staff say Emery’s ghost now haunts the hallways of the Fenton Hotel’s third floor. People have heard footsteps walking around in Emery’s old room. Sometimes they hear thumps and banging on the walls after customers leave.
And there are other spooks that haunt this Hotel in Fenton. There are tales of various apparitions seen by staff and customers, including the face of a bearded man outside a second story window, a tall man in a black top hat, and a strange figure who actually took payment from several customers.
One of the hotel’s guests was in the ladies’ toilets, sitting in the third stall, when she felt someone tugging her hair. She thought that was odd, so she asked the manager about it and was shocked by what she discovered. Years ago, one of the girls who worked in the hotel became pregnant. She wasn’t married and became so depressed that she hung herself in the hotel bathroom, in that third stall. Other guests have seen the ghostly apparition of a young lady sitting in the thrid stall in the hotel bathroom.