Notorious 313: Cemetery Tour

Notorious 313: Love Lost, Love Found Sweetest Day at the Cemetery Tour Tours begin in June. 2015 schedule/registration posted April 19. Meet at Woodmere Cemetery, 9400 West Fort Street, Detroit 48209 (Walking/driving tour. Many graves are close together. We’ll drive to further out grave sites)  Book tour now! Call 734.642.5712 or click here to book … More Notorious 313: Cemetery Tour

What happened to the cemeteries each time Saint Anne’s Church relocated?

A cemetery to the French settlers is very different from our idea today, many of the original graves were not marked, and visits would have been infrequent.People didn’t have time to dwell on the past. Extensive mortuary memorials were reserved for wealthy or important individuals, many of whom preferred to be buried in their native homelands. The interred at Ste. Anne’s Cemetery I were the working class, the poor and the converted Native American slaves who worked in the fur trade. … More What happened to the cemeteries each time Saint Anne’s Church relocated?

MIDTOWN Macabre: Trail of Terror Haunted Halloween Walking Tour

MIDTOWN Macabre Trail of Terror Walking Tour Click here for tour flyer Final tour: Monday, October 31, 2011 6:45 PM Sharp Dress warm, there’s going to be CHILL in the air tonight! Book tour now Ripped from the headlines of Detroit’s past, and not so distant past, this chilling look at the city’s sinister side reveals … More MIDTOWN Macabre: Trail of Terror Haunted Halloween Walking Tour