I'm disgusted that 15-year-old me bought the 'Scream Dream' album, although I think it was part of a '13 LPs for a penny' deal and hope that Ted Nugent's cut of the purchase was minuscule.

The former rockstar faced off with a Black man in Michigan on Friday (9/17) after making disparaging remarks about the Black Lives Matter movement.

Nugent provoked the exchange with a not-so-polite offer to anyone in the crowd which was gathered in Centreville to support Michigan Republican candidates.

“Aren’t there any BLM punks who want to come up and harass me?” Nugent asked the crowd. The exchange starts at the 5:30 mark in the video below.

Centreville resident Jalen Brown approached the stage saying, "What's wrong with Black Lives Matter?"

"Black Lives don't give a sh*t about black lives," Nugent clapped back. "They're standing by while Blacks are slaughtering each other. Black Lives Matter is a terrorist organization."

Brown was offered the microphone and tried to rally the mostly conservative crowd by chanting, "Black Lives Matter too," but was greeted with a lukewarm response.

He later told Grand Rapids TV station WWMT that he was most offended by Nugent's assertion that the Black Lives Matter movement is a terrorist organization.

“I love the Constitution, I love the rights it should stand for. There are people who are taking those and misconstruing them and taking them in a different direction than what it should be,” Brown said.

Watch the video below. Note that the language may not be suitable for work.

Check Out the Harper House, a Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Home in Michigan

The Harper House is a stunning home with an incredible view of Lake Michigan. It's believed to be one of just a few Michigan homes designed by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

There are conflicting accounts of the home's age online; it was either built in 1950 or 1959. If the latter is true, this would make it the last home in Michigan to be designed by Wright.

According to the listing, it features Tidewater Cypress and Chicago Common Brick, mitered glass corners, several pieces of built-in furniture, cedar-lined closets, and more. It is simply breathtaking.

The property is reputed to rarely go on the market, but it was just listed for sale by by Anne Gain of @Properties.

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Below is just the tip of the iceberg—a list of fifty Michigan hauntings that have been "reported" in cemeteries, houses, woods, jails, businesses, neighborhoods...if you can name it, there's probably a haunting for it.

Take a look at the list of fifty Michigan hauntings below and come to your own conclusions.