The Bruce Mansion
The Bruce Mansion was built in 1876.
Scottish immigrant John G. Bruce built the home.
The home located on M-53 in Brown city is an example of Victorian second empire architecture style.
Mark Krueger lead investigator at Grimstone welcomes visitors for a public ghost hunt in the mansion.
Grand mahogany stair case that leads to the 2nd floor.
All original wood in the home.
Powder room next to the parlor is but one area in the home known for "prankster ghosts."
Original stain glass windows in the mansion.
Hallway leading to the 3rd floor attic stairs.
According to town legend, John Walker hung himself in the rafters of the mansion's tower.
The doorway leading down to the dirt floor basement.
Investigator David Owens inspects the basement's old coal room where he says "the shadow man" has been seen.
The basement coal room.
Old photograph taken at the Bruce Mansion.
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