Photos: January 17th – January 24th, 2017
The farms — one still having a partial sign indicating its last inhabitants, the Groos family — cast a stark contrast to the rest of manicured Brighton. Eerily set on Westfall Road, they might be the last abandoned structures in Brighton. The ruins include two silos, two abandoned homes, and other dilapidated buildings and sheds.
And, yes, they are haunted.
UPDATE: On May 17th, 2020, I revisited this spooky specter of Brighton.
At first, all seemed placid.
Still placid as I approached the rear of the old barn.
We think of Brighton as a leafy town, peopled with conventional citizens typical of the 2020s, i.e. holding unimaginative conceptions of the supernatural. But I learned Brighton is also home to a clan or tribe who live on different metaphysical planes.
Our fellow citizens also enjoy a nearby cabin.
The reading material of our otherworldly neighbors confirmed my expectations. Our spectral superiors see us as mindless, one-dimensional thinkers