Ghosts of Detroit Eastern Market
Lady Phantom Cries to the Moon
This legendary ghost of Eastern Market roams about the southern end of the property near Riopelle St. The restless, ghostly female spirit first appeared at the turn of the century during the late 1800s right after the excavation of unmarked graves where Shed 1 once stood–yes, Shed 1 the current parking lot, was once a cemetery. The spirit haunts the market and is occasionally seen standing in a tearful mourn extending her arms toward a full blue moon. Latest witnesses claimed while walking pass the market one night, they described a sudden strange compulsion to look in an easterly direction, in doing so, some reported seeing a ghostly phantom figure intently looking skyward–arms extended, weeping.
Graves, Ghosts, & Eastern Market
View the short 30sec video here…Ghosts of Eastern Market.
Eastern Market Art
This is the online art gallery to buy your Eastern Market Art Collection. The art captures the unique festive and historic spirit of the market with an art style that brings to fruition over 55 years of visiting the market. This art is created to bring a piece of the Eastern Market into your homes; which is more than what a simple photograph can achieve. A photograph is a nice gesture, but art is an expression that involves time, commitment; a deeper admiration. This artist makes the effort to manipulate the Eastern Market scenery to transfer a more personal experience of history, current events, atmosphere, and emotions. The artist style is one that ensures his art will bring a passionate warmth & enjoyment to those who have a love for the Detroit Eastern Market.
Hang this art print on your walls to generate the warmth of Eastern Market in any room in your home. To view the online art gallery visit… Eastern Market Art.
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