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Ghost hunters converge on historic Fort Wayne

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Fox 2's Ryan Ermanni looks like a ghost, jumping out of the way when Ron asked, "What's that behind you?" Fox 2's Ryan Ermanni looks like a ghost, jumping out of the way when Ron asked, "What's that behind you?"
DETROIT, Mich. (WJBK) -

Historic Fort Wayne in Detroit hosted the largest organized ghost hunt in the country Saturday night. Hundreds of people came to search for ghosts and participate in lectures.

Click on the video player to watch Ryan Ermanni's report.

The Paranormal Muster was an all-day event featuring vendors, speakers and a round table discussion. Participants also spent hours investigating the Civil War-era fort.

Visitors have reported seeing shadows, seeing lights turn on and off, hearing footsteps and hearing voices on the grounds of the 100-acre Detroit landmark. Ghost hunters have also reported doors opening and closing by themselves.

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