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Camp Lady of the Lake
10-30-2009, 07:31 PM
Post: #11
RE: Camp Lady of the Lake
I've heard that song "1913 Massacre"....I believe I heard it sung by his son, Arlo Guthrie...and I knew it was based on something that really happened. That was a fascinating read, UNR.

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11-02-2009, 08:11 PM
Post: #12
RE: Camp Lady of the Lake
That was a pretty fascinating read. I had no idea that happened!

Oh and about Gettysburg. One of my close friends went to Gettysburg, and said he heard some odd voices and shuffling when he was in some of the building that are around the battlefield. It's not too creepy or evil sounding, but he says that to his knowledge, nobody was around him at the time.
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07-11-2010, 08:56 PM
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RE: Camp Lady of the Lake
(10-30-2009 01:16 PM)ChargerSRT09 Wrote:  Hey everyone i have another quick question. Has anyone in here heard of the haunted camp lady of the lake. It is located in Erie Michigan i believe. I've searched the internet and haven't found all that much out. One of my old friends told me about it a long time ago.

From what I hear, they have the area patrolled now, but before it was I went there with friends at about 2am, hoping to witness some activity. We walked all around, I took pictures, we got nothing.
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07-11-2010, 11:40 PM
Post: #14
RE: Camp Lady of the Lake
Of course Gettysburg would make you feel like that, alot of people died there a miserable death too.

I heard they even do reenactments of that day too.


And as far as the lady of the lake, and the two groups of children & caretaker dying goes I've never heard of that incident.

Would be a cool place to check out, even though the two groups of children/caretaker died in a horrible way it would still be a cool place to check it out.

And maybe get some activity.

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07-28-2017, 05:17 PM
Post: #15
RE: Camp Lady of the Lake
(10-30-2009 01:16 PM)ChargerSRT09 Wrote:  Hey everyone i have another quick question. Has anyone in here heard of the haunted camp lady of the lake. It is located in Erie Michigan i believe. I've searched the internet and haven't found all that much out. One of my old friends told me about it a long time ago.

I was a camp counselor there in 1966. It was a camp for orphans. There no longer seem to be orphanages, but there were many in this camp by Lake Erie. I am not sure when it closed.
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08-06-2017, 12:39 AM
Post: #16
RE: Camp Lady of the Lake
Yes Haunted travels of Michigan- Lady of the Lake, is the title of a video on youtube. A love story gone wrong (lady kills herself waiting for lover to return). It's not about a camp but about "lady of the lake" who haunts a lake. The story is also featured in a book.

Or.. There is this story, Camp Lady by the Lake

Camp Lady by the Lake, 11 miles south of Monroe in Luna Pier, was once used as a camp for orphans. According to local legend, the woman who operated the camp left to walk along the beach. Upon her return, she found the entire camp blazing. After finding that all the children perished in the fire, the woman committed suicide. Visitors to the camp have reported haunted activities occurring between 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. Possible paranormal activity includes sounds of screaming children, apparitions of children playing in the camp and the ghost of the woman down by the lake. Some people have reported being chased by a black phantom.

Also....Here is a link to an article about it with several photos...http://www.nailhed.com/2014/12/turtle-island-pt-3-lady-of-lake.html
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10-18-2017, 02:35 PM
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(10-30-2009 01:16 PM)ChargerSRT09 Wrote:  Hey everyone i have another quick question. Has anyone in here heard of the haunted camp lady of the lake. It is located in Erie Michigan i believe. I've searched the internet and haven't found all that much out. One of my old friends told me about it a long time ago.

I actually just left there. I use to metal detect this place before they fenced it off. I've heard alot of the Urban Legends but have not ever turned up any facts of murders or suicides. I've been out there at night metal detecting and have not come in contact with anything supernatural. I wish I could say I did but I didn't Sad
There's not much left of it anymore. The old gate and pillars are still there as well as what's left of a playground. There's a bunch of debre from the buildings but nothing recognizable. I wish I could upload a few pics that I just took but it's not allowing me to.
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10-28-2017, 05:15 PM (This post was last modified: 10-28-2017 05:45 PM by kay5551.)
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RE: Camp Lady of the Lake
(10-30-2009 01:16 PM)ChargerSRT09 Wrote:  Hey everyone i have another quick question. Has anyone in here heard of the haunted camp lady of the lake. It is located in Erie Michigan i believe. I've searched the internet and haven't found all that much out. One of my old friends told me about it a long time ago.
I know exactly where it is, it's about ten miles north of Toledo, Ohio, I spent a lot of time camping on the beach, there, in '74, '75, I never heard or saw any thing odd, and didn't know it was supposed to be haunted until I heard about it on Coast to Coast AM, many years later!

(10-30-2009 01:38 PM)spook-e Wrote:  
(10-30-2009 01:22 PM)ChargerSRT09 Wrote:  
(10-30-2009 01:19 PM)spook-e Wrote:  Well... No, I haven't heard of it. What do you know about it? I'm curious now. xD


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Well i have heard it is haunted by younger girls that were killed there by some construction workers when they were building more cabins. When you go out there you can hear kids playing on the swing set which is still out there.

Wow. That's crazy.
The back story I heard was it was a summer camp for inner city kids, and it burned down along with several kids. When I was going out there, it was flooded, there was a locked gate and my ex just used his bolt cutters and we'd go back there in a rubber raft, just exploring. This is the first time I've heard about young girls. It does belong to consumer's power, there's a power plant there, it's formally known as the Whiting Plant public access. My ex still goes out there occasionally, I'll have to ask him if he knows of any changes out there.

(10-18-2017 02:35 PM)Xmarks Wrote:  
(10-30-2009 01:16 PM)ChargerSRT09 Wrote:  Hey everyone i have another quick question. Has anyone in here heard of the haunted camp lady of the lake. It is located in Erie Michigan i believe. I've searched the internet and haven't found all that much out. One of my old friends told me about it a long time ago.

I actually just left there. I use to metal detect this place before they fenced it off. I've heard alot of the Urban Legends but have not ever turned up any facts of murders or suicides. I've been out there at night metal detecting and have not come in contact with anything supernatural. I wish I could say I did but I didn't Sad
There's not much left of it anymore. The old gate and pillars are still there as well as what's left of a playground. There's a bunch of debre from the buildings but nothing recognizable. I wish I could upload a few pics that I just took but it's not allowing me to.
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When we were going out there, there was some sort of a main building still standing.
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