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Eloise Psychiatric Hospital

30712 Michigan Ave.

Westland, MI 48186

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Investigate the most haunted building in the state of Michigan!

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DUE TO COVID RESTRICTIONS MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED, THERE IS NO EXCEPTION TO THIS RULE. WE MUST FOLLOW ALL GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES.

The infamous Eloise Asylum will be opening its

doors this summer for paranormal investigations.

Join us as we use high-tech paranormal investigative

equipment and techniques to explore the macabre

history of Michigan's most haunted site.

Guests will join our seasoned paranormal investigative

guides for a 6 hour evening exploring the forgotten halls

of the Eloise Asylum, now in smaller groups then prior

seasons.

During their visits, guests will have the ability to spend

time investigating floors two, three, four, and five of

Eloise Asylum. These floors were used for housing and

treatment. Guests will learn about the dark history of

each floor, including historical evidence and first hand

encounters.

For this investigative season, a whole new lock-down

investigative experience will be conducted on the 5th

floor, home to the maximum security ward which has

some of the most violent and extreme documented

paranormal encounters on the site.

All guests are required to sign our site waiver to

participate.

A handy FAQ will be sent via email after your ticket

purchase to help you prepare for your visit.

We welcome all guests 18 and over, however we do

advise that this investigative program may not meet the

needs of organized teams and more experienced investigators.

We invite these guests to email us @ (eloisehauntedtours@gmail.com) to talk about our team and private investigation offerings.

We look forward to your visit!

Eloise Asylum

"Fear Lives Here"

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Eloise Psychiatric Hospital

30712 Michigan Ave.

Westland, MI 48186

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At its peak, Eloise Psychiatric Hospital comprised 78 buildings across 902 acres, encompassing nearly everything a city had including a power plant, bakery, fire department, post office and much more.

Today, one of the few surviving buildings is “D” Building, or Kay Beard as it was renamed in the 1990s.

Dating back to 1931, “D” Building of Eloise Psychiatric Hospital once housed the facility’s administrative offices, post office, psychiatric admissions and up to 409 psychiatric patients. Around the time of its construction, Eloise was a bustling complex with nearly 10,000 patients and 2,000 staff. Throughout the building’s lifetime, many people have reported paranormal encounters in and around “D” Building.

Join us for a paranormal investigation at this important historic location. Attendees will have a chance to:

• See paranormal evidence captured in the building and use paranormal investigative tools to investigate in the moment.

• Learn about Eloise’s history and see historical artifacts from the building.

• Experience different paranormal investigation techniques and explore one of Michigan’s most reportedly haunted places.



ADDITIONAL INFO


MASKS MUST BE WORN THE ENTIRE TIME, WE MUST STAY WITHIN THE GUIDELINES OF THE GOVERNOR.


• Attendees must be 18 years of age or older to attend and sign a liability waiver to enter as well as a COVID waiver.

• Photo I.D. will be required for check-in.

• No food, beverages, drugs, or alcohol. Those under the influence of drugs or alcohol will be asked to leave.

• Each group is limited to 20 people, which will go together to each floor via stairs.

• Attendees will go from floor-to-floor to experience different paranormal investigative techniques.

 

 

 

 

Please dress for the weather. The building does not have heat, water or electricity. Portable restrooms are available onsite.

 

 

 

 

 

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