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Ford to turn Michigan Central Station into a Haunted House

For one day only this month, Ford Motor Company will turn Michigan Central Station into a haunted house.
Plans are underway for the event put on by Ford Motor Company Fund. Shawn Wilson, the fund's multicultural manager told Crain's Detroit Business that the fund is weighing whether to host it the weekend before Halloween, which falls on a Wednesday this year, or on the holiday. A decision is expected soon.
Ford expects a large turnout for the haunted house, which will be free to the public on the first floor, but plans to give priority attendance to local residents.
Ford purchased the old train depot for an estimated $90 million this past summer to revitalize it. The abandoned building in Corktown will be transformed into an "innovation hub" with local retail and restaurants. About 2,500 employees will occupy office space above the ground level by 2020.



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