This house has good bones.

That's what they say about homes don't have a whole lot to brag about. This unique Michigan home certainly qualifies.

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The World's Leading Authority on 'Good Bones'

Not only does this Muskegon home have good bones, but it also has good bones visible in every picture. Take a closer look - you'll spot a skeleton in every photo. And when it comes to good bones, there's no higher authority than a skeleton, am I right?

And by the way, looking to spot the skeleton in every photo may distract you from noticing how much work this fixer-upper actually needs. But hey, it has good bones.

The skeleton in the bathroom is LOL-worthy, by the way.

Halloween Seems to be the Perfect Time

According to the Zillow listing, this Michigan property is currently off the market. Is it a coincidence that it sold just a few days before Halloween last year in 2021? We hope the current owner has embraced the 'Good Bones' theme and has made this into a truly haunted paradise.

It says right there in the listing that it's not haunted, but notes that it's not for the weak. In addition to five bedrooms and two bathrooms, this 1,800 square-foot massive fortress also boasts secret doorways. But again, it's not haunted. It just has good bones.

Take a look at the pics below.

Is This Michigan House Haunted ... Or Does It Just Have Good Bones?

Look carefully - you'll find a skeleton in every picture.

This House in Saginaw Looks Just Like the One in 'Home Alone'

You'd swear this home on Michigan Avenue in Saginaw was the home used to film the movie 'Home Alone.'

It's not, of course, because that home is actually in the suburbs of Chicago.

According to the real estate listing, this Michigan home was built about 74 years before the movie debuted.

These Michigan Restaurants Have All Sadly Closed Since Appearing on National TV

You'd think an appearance on a national TV show like Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives or Restaurant: Impossible would guarantee success for a restaurant.

That hasn't been the case for these six restaurants, all of which have closed after being featured on national television.

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