When he created the Model T in 1908, and later the assembly line, he revolutionized America's auto industry.
Today, this historic figure is still seen... from beyond the grave... in perhaps the most unlikely of places: an old mill, now a museum in the small town of Dundee, Michigan.
Why is Henry Ford said to haunt here, of all places?
From the mill's website: "Over the years, it has served as a grist mill, hydro-electric power plant, Ford factory and fabricating factory."
The limestone foundation of the former Ford factory still lies underneath the mill.
Apparently, a psychic visiting the mill communicated with Ford's spirit.
Since then, numerous investigators have caught impressive paranormal activity at the property. They seem to concur with the psychic: Henry Ford still haunts his former factory.
While hiking along Haven Hill, another historic location with ties to Henry Ford, I recalled the time I visited Dundee's old mill... waaaaayy back in high school.
While there, I saw a creepy "ghost picture" captured in the mill's basement. In the picture, a weird looking hand appears to be reaching for a piece of paranormal equipment.
CLICK HERE to watch the video, detailing my experience at the mill, and sharing my thoughts on the ghost picture.