The saga of alleged voter fraud in the 2020 United States presidential election continues, and this time it features a "star witness" brought in by Trump lawyer Rudy Guiliani who absolutely went off last night during a hearing in front of the Michigan House Oversight Committee. 

Melissa Carone, who claims to have worked for Dominion Voting Systems, argued that Joe Biden's 154,000-vote victory in Michigan was the result of voter fraud.

She could not fully say in words what she DID at her job but she did INSIST that fraud occurred because she "saw it" occur.

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This season, you can visit Hell and become mayor for the night. 

The "Mayor of Hell" Airbnb in Michigan will transport you to the gates of the underworld — not literally — for a night. 

Residents of Michigan can try and book a stay at noon EST on October 14, 2020, to stay on Oct. 18, 21, or 24.

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Considering that our state is almost completely surrounded by the Great Lakes, there are obviously a lot of beaches to choose from. You can't really go wrong with any of them if you're just looking to lay on a towel and soak up the sun. If there's a bit of the treasure hunter in you then you can look to Michigan's lakes to find some cool stones unique to our state!

Petoskey Stones have been the official state stone for over 50 years. The rocks are made from fossilized coral that went extinct probably about 350 million years ago

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You might not expect to see an authentic Japanese garden and tea room in the same place that's known to many as "Beer City," but this place is a must-see. This spot is just one of the many beautiful areas inside the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park in Grand Rapids. It's really amazing to have such a beautiful oasis right next to the city.

The Japanese architect behind the garden was a pioneer in bringing this style of garden and design outside of the island country. 

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On the western coast of our mitten-shaped state, there is one magical Michigan lighthouse that completely transforms during the winter. Every year, the trees and brush surrounding the structure are coated in thin layers of ice and snow. Eventually, they build up into unique statues that can take on ethereal forms and make you wonder whether they can really be natural.

It really looks like Elsa from Frozen came to Michigan to create these pieces of icy art.

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