According to a survey of men, 12% say they would give this up for $1.5 million dollars. What would they give up?

Their best friend. Congratulations to today's winner, Dawn McClure from Clio.


According to a survey of single people, 49% say they judge potential partners on this and if they don't like it, they won't date it. What is it?

Their voice. Congratulations to today's winner, Katrina Hatfield from Burton.


During the 1980s about 65% of us had one in our home. Today, it's less than 10%. What is it?

A waterbed. Congratulations to today's winner, Kim Peterson from Flint.


People were asked to complete this sentence. I have too many ____________. The top answers were shoes and what?

Coffee mugs (or travel mugs) Congratulations to today's winner, Traci Prescott from Grand Blanc.


The average household now pays for three of these. Three what?

Streaming services. Congratulations to today's winner, Alyssa Wilson from Burton.

Inside the Abandoned Sea World of Ohio Park

The park took almost 3 years and $5.5 million to build giving visitors experiences such as attractions like Shamu, Dolphin Cove, the Pearl Diving Pool, and the Shark Encounter to enjoy from 1970 to 2000. What was left behind was reclaimed by nature and tough to see for those that loved spending time there. Take a look at the sad nostalgia in decay.

The House That Cereal Built - Step Inside the Kellogg Mansion

Taking a peek into the Kellogg Mansion is like stepping back in time. The home, built in 1925 was originally known as the Villa Marina in Dunedin Isles.

William Kellogg, who founded the Michigan-based Kellogg's company only lived in the sprawling mansion for about three years (during the winter months) before his death in 1951. Eventually, the home succumbed to structural damage and was demolished a few years ago.

In addition to the photos below, you can take a virtual tour of the home using virtual reality. A news story highlighting the University of Florida's program is included below.

Spring Lake Home Has 460 Feet of Shore Line and Oh So Many Breathtaking Views

If you love soaking in the beauty of Michigan's great outdoors, you'll love this $1.78 million dollar home in Spring Lake. Its beauty is meticulous on the inside and out.

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