Monday - Happy Halloween

This Candy was originally called 'Chicken Feed.' What is it?

Candy Corn. When it was first made in the late 1880s, it was called Chicken Feed. Congratulations to today's winner, Tina Sweet from Caro.


According to a survey of millennials, 55% believe that this will happen to them within their lifetime. What is it?

They'll become millionaires. Congratulations to today's winner, Gary Neibert from Swartz Creek.


If your family is average, this is most likely to happen in your family on a Wednesday. What is it?

Eat dinner together. Congratulations to today's winner, Todd Kraemer from Grand Blanc.


It's inexplicable, but for some reason three of these will disappear from the average home each year. Three what?

Forks (or pieces of silverware). Congratulations to today's winner, Sue Oleyar from Flushing.


According to a survey, 49% of us say we won't date someone who has this. What is it?

Debt. Congratulations to today's winner, Cindy Gilliam from Flint.

$18M Historic Randall's Point Walloon Lake Homestead

Currently offered for $18 million, making it one of the most expensive properties in the state, the compound comes with four cabins. Three of the cabins were built in the 1920s and the main log home was built in the 1970s. The original boathouse and barn remain. The homestead was founded by Bo Randall who was the founder of Randall Made Knives and a good friend of Ernest Hemingway who frequented the property for hunting. With over 5700 square feet of living space amongst the cabins, the compound is perfect for large families. A mix of modern and timeless history, this is truly a slice of Michigan history.

Check Out This Michigan Home With 15 - Yes 15 - Bathrooms

How many bathrooms is 'enough?' How many is too many?

This massive home in Rochester, Michigan has nine full bathrooms and six half baths - and a whole lot more.

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Michael Moore's Former Home on Torch Lake

Take a look inside one of Michael Moore's former Michigan homes, selling recently for just over $4.3 million.

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