Rehab Addict: Detroit - Netflix

Nicole Curtis is saving historic houses, one brick wall at a time on this new series, Rehab Addict: Detroit. Working in her hometown of Detroit, she is helping preserve the historic Ransom Gillis house to return it to its original glory. It's an enormous project with a tremendous amount of history, but Nicole is up to the challenge to get it all completed on a tight deadline.

Rehab Addict: Detroit - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2015-11-05

Rehab Addict: Detroit - Lake Orion, Michigan - Netflix

Lake Orion ( ORR-ee-ən) is a village in the north side outskirts of Metro Detroit in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 2,973 at the 2010 census. “Lake Orion” is often used to describe both the village and the much larger Orion Township, of which the village is a part. Lake Orion began as a resort town and over time has incorporated elements of a bedroom community.

Rehab Addict: Detroit - Folklore - Netflix

The story of the Lake Orion Dragon says that sometime in the 1800s, a group of local children played a prank by building a fake dragon and launching it out in the lake. A number of people saw it and soon Lake Orion was known for its dragon. There are a number of stories as to who made it and how they built it but it is widely agreed that it was a prank. “That same year [1894] the Lake Orion 'dragon' made its entrance into Orion history. First seen by two ladies near the present Robert's Rondevoo cove, the animal grew in length as the story grew in listeners. What had started out as an average-sized lake monster was claimed by some to be at least eighty feet long. Detroit and other newspapers joshingly suggested, upon hearing of the behemoth, that Orion residents should 'drink more well water in the future.'” The nickname of Lake Orion High School's sports teams (the Dragons) is derived from this.

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