Eric Meier is Founding Editor of Ultimate Unexplained (http://UltimateUnexplained.com) and lead explorer of the Haunts and Legends of New York video series (http://bit.ly/HauntsAndLegendsNYS) He is a native Michigander with an interest in geography and history - but will try to keep the reads not as snoozy as you might remember from school.
The Sounds of This Undulating Pancake Ice on Lake Huron is Otherworldly, Calming and Eerie
In early January 2021 a video surfaced on Facebook sharing the otherworldly sounds of pancake ice on Lake Huron close to the Michigan shoreline at Port Austin.
You Probably Didn’t Notice, But UFO Disclosure was Just Mandated by the COVID Relief Bill
While most in Congress were debating the size of stimulus checks to give each American, an odd, largely unnoticed section of the bill basically just mandated UFO disclosure by law.
10 Years Later, Northern Michigan’s First Earthquake in Recorded History Remains A Mystery
Michigan's Upper Peninsula never had an earthquake in recorded history - until the Menominee Crack opened up in 2010.
Five Places in Michigan You Might Find Gold or Buried Treasure
Is there really gold in them there hills around Michigan? Very likely, yes.
There’s a Mysterious Pit in Southern Illinois that No One Will Talk About
Somewhere in Southern Illinois a strange pit that is found in an old farmyard. Those who claim to know something about it aren't talking.
Start Down the Rabbit Hole on These 6 Stories from Unsolved Mysteries Season 2
Season two of Unsolved Mysteries dropped today (October 19) on Netflix featuring six new cases for you to ponder. As usual for the series, expect a mix of murder, missing people, and a twinge of paranormal.
Dear People Trying New Restaurants During Coronavirus, Where Have You Been? [OPINION]
There's something that's been troubling me about the postings to these local restaurant Facebook groups that have sprung up during the Coronavirus crisis.
Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop Set to Open First Michigan Location in Grand Rapids
Capriotti's has locations in Chicago and Indianapolis, but nothing in Michigan, until they set their sights on Grand Rapids.
Michigan Vietnam Vet Dies Without Family, Funeral Parlor Asks If You Can Attend His Funera…
A Michigan Vietnam veteran who dedicated his later life to honoring those who served has passed away. He had no known family so the funeral home handing his arrangements is asking any one who can make it to support his burial.
This Yooper Just Freaked Out an Entire Peninsula by Putting Mayonnaise on a Pasty
Gravy on a pasty, yes. Ketchup on as pasty, for sure. Mayo, through? That's certainly cause for an intense debate.
This 1838 Michigan Map Will Leave You With So Many Questions
This map of Michigan from decades before the Civil War will leave you with so many questions.
Bank of Ann Arbor Shows Support for Michigan State’s Final Four Run
With Michigan State just two wins away from a national championship, it looks like Ann Arbor is feeling the Green and White as these billboards from Bank of Ann Arbor prove.