The State of Michigan has enormous tracts of heavily wooded land. Some 20+ million forested acres to be exact.
Cheap land, too! You can buy 40-acre parcels of wooded land in Northern Michigan for around $65,000, which is a steal!
Every November, around 600,000+ deer hunters spread out across Michigan (especially Northern Michigan) to hunt deer.
Michigan’s deer population is estimated to be around 1.75 million deer.
Michigan firearms hunting season is November 15th-30th.
Michigan also has a reputation for GHOSTS being caught on trailcams and every year many hunters report strange otherworldly incidents in the woods.
The above photo is from one Michigan hunter:
“A friend of a friend was going through his photos from last year’s hunting season and found this pic. He says the trail cam is activated by movement yet there were no pics of the entity anywhere else except in this photo. If it were a person there would have been several photos where the person entered into the vision field of the camera, yet only this photo was taken.
The area in which this photo was taken is on private hunting property miles from any residential areas in Northern Michigan. It is usually quite cold and pitch black dark out where this photo was taken.”
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