Apparently, the Forest Home Cemetery established in 1982 had 24 total burials, was defunct in 1910 and the bodies of those who had passed away were moved to Oakwood Cemetery in Muskegon. Later, the plot of land which once held the cemetery would become the site of a government housing project in 194…
The historical buildings at the Celery Flats will be open with crafts and historical demonstrations like rope making, glass blowing, and blacksmiths, as well as an activity at the cemetery to learn about early Portage settlers.
From creepy and scary to funny and silly, there’s a skeleton for every taste! And with them is an entire month of silly, spooky, and outright fun. Tour downtown all month long checking out 65+ skeletons in wild and wacky poses.
We haven't even gotten into the 70 degree range yet in 2021 but Corwell's Turkeyville in Marshall is already thinking of ghosts, ghouls, goblins, pumpkins, cider and all things Fall, as they've announced dated for their Haunted Adventure later on this year.