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.
No One Remembers This Scenic Roadside Overlook in Southern Michigan
This postcard shows a roadside scene in southern Michigan that no one can remember.
Reverse Snowbirds? Floridian Discovers the Majesty of Lake Michigan
What's a reverse snowbird? Floridians who see the value in the northern Great Lakes and decide to come north to places like Michigan.
This May Be the Most Obscure and Unknown Monument on Lake Michigan
It's nothing more than a small stone obelisk, but it has huge historic significance. And it's likely the least known monument on Lake Michigan.
What Exactly Happens on Punk Island in Grand Rapids?
Ask someone from Grand Rapids and you're sure to hear lots of stories about Punk Island.
5 Fascinating Things Learned from the Guy Who Drove All 2100 Streets in Detroit
"I have driven down all of Detroit's 2100 streets, ask me anything." That's what a Detroit Free Press reporter said. And what he told us was fascinating.
If You Had the Chance, Would You Drive Your Car Across a Frozen Lake Michigan?
Portions of the Great Lakes freeze over each winter. If you had the opportunity, would you drive the full 90 miles across Lake Michigan between Muskegon and Milwaukee?
Legend Says a Family of Bigfoot Once Lived at Fort Custer near Battle Creek
The summer of 1981 saw a rash of sightings of a Bigfoot-like creature in the Fort Custer Recreation Area between Kalamazoo and Battle Creek.
This Out of the Way Tavern in Southwest Michigan Might Have Once Been a Mafia Meeting Spot
Travel along US 12 in rural southern Michigan and a few miles east of Sturgis you'll cross Halfway Road and a tavern here that might have once been a favorite meeting spot for Mafia bosses.
This Block in Downtown Lansing was Once Michigan’s ‘Sin Strip’
In the shadow of the Michigan state capital in Lansing one block of East Michigan Avenue was once known as 'Sin Strip.'
The 1911 Great Blue Norther Storm Brought Extremely Rare Winter Tornado to Michigian
The Great White Norther of 1911 is one of the most intense winter storms to ever strike the American heartland.
Michigan’s Atlantis – the Search for Copper Island
Michigan once was thought to have its own 'Atlantis' a mythical island in the middle of Lake Superior called Copper Island.
This Delicious Fruit Is Native To One Small Inaccessible Corner of Michigan
This delicious fruit, the saskatoon berry, is native to one small part of Michigan and there's a very good chance you've never tasted it.