ALLEGAN, Mich. — Within one week, Rick Waid’s August Ghost Hunt and Readings at the Allegan Old Hospital event sold out. Now Waid has created another event for October 3 called Halloween Ghost Hunt and Readings.
You better act quick, because Waid expects this night to sell out rapidly as well.
Halloween Ghost Hunt and Readings will take place from 8 p.m. – 2 a.m. at the Old Allegan Elk Lodge, 701 Marshall Street, Allegan.
The Lodge is now known as the Robinson Manor.
According to Haunted Travels USA, The Old Allegan Elk Lodge was built in 1909 and was used as a psychiatric and TB hospital until its closure in 1948.
For many years, employees and visitors have told stories of spirits who restlessly roam the building.
Waid says his friend Joe Warner will join with cameras and paranormal equipment.
Cost for this event is $70 for one ticket, and according to Waid most of the proceeds will go to the hospital for restoration.