Get a thrill and visit the most haunted properties in Wisconsin … by our standard! Milwaukee's oldest and most iconic hotel is legendary for housing some of the city's most notorious ghosts. Even Major League Baseball players will all tell you, this place is insanely haunted! The Pfister where players stay when on the road in Milwaukee is notorious for being a haunting hot spot in the city. Players are not shy about retelling their experiences, like the most recent example when a number of Cardinals all slept in the same room after seeing a floating torso apparition in their rooms.
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The nine secret tunnels have been claimed as the second most haunted by History Channel. The extensive history of the Octagon House in this property on the eastern part of the State offers the core of it's hauntings. Imagine the energies as a safe-house on the Underground Railroad, or even as a rum running haven during Prohibition. The nine secret passageways and tunnels under the house each offer a way for the spirits to engage with!
Want more? The History Channel have claimed these Hidden Passages as the second most haunted house in the state! Items appear to move or disappear, while doors open and close on their own.
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You will hear footsteps and witness shadowy figures seen. Cold spots will remind you that you are not alone.
One report says that a spinning wheel was taken completely apart in a matter of a few seconds. The Dartford Cemetery is one place not to challenge, especially with this tombstone! Ordinarily, it is said that ghosts don't like to hang out in Cemetery, as creepy as they are.
But the Dartford Cemetery is a strong exception. The one most people report seeing is the apparition of Chief Highknocker who died in His gravestone, marked with a carved portrait of the man himself, is almost as creepy as his purported apparition. If you sit on top of the small mausoleum built for Jackson Walker, one allegedly will be pushed off by unknown forces.
Folks have also reported seeing the shadowy figures of an entire Civil War platoon marching through the cemetery. The Grand Opera House in Oshkosh, built by the very creative and talented local architect, William Waters, has the honor of being the oldest operating theater building in Wisconsin. The main ghostly role player is Ferlo, a mischievous stagehand boy who was killed when he fell in a coal bin. The spooky legend tells young Ferlo plays pranks on people looking for a paranormal experience. Other stories include the apparition of a benevolent stage manager, who actors and other performers have claimed to have seen watching from a seat in the balcony during rehearsals.
Some claim the same ghost peers from the second-floor windows, watching passersby on High Street. Could the unsolved murder history be the impetus for the hauntings at this campground? Rumors of strange noises and orbs that show up in photos are believed to be the related to the murder of recently to be wed couple Ellen Matheys and David Schuldes from Green Bay who where killed while on a camping trip in As of yet the murder is considered an unsolved case, yet not closed.
Could their spirits that wander in this park be a reason? Marian Center and St. Polonez S Packard Ave St. Tabernacle Cemetery Waukesha WI , Waukesha WI , Winslow Elementary School W 6th St. Racine WI , Mound Cemetery West Blvd. Horlick Mansion Washington Ave.
Chauncey Hall Building Main St. There are nine secret passageways and tunnels under the house that lead to the outbuildings, which would have come in very handy during those illicit and completely necessary activities.
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Weird occurrences and spectral beings drove a demand for ghost tours in the past, but it's currently a private residence, so don't go snooping around. Milwaukee There's no denying that Shaker's is the most haunted spot in Milwaukee, and maybe even the state. Unsettling historic incidents abound: A prostitute was murdered in the upstairs bedroom and buried on the grounds, Al Capone once owned it and operated a speakeasy there, a boy fell out of a tree and died, two men were murdered in the basement, and it was built on top of a cemetery.
You can tour the facility , including the basement where even some employees refuse to go , or stay in the upstairs bedroom where the prostitute reportedly met her untimely end. If that's all a little much for you, just swing by for bourbon and a cigar. On March 3, , the family of Richard, Rose, and daughter JoDee Kringle all drowned when their car hit ice on a bridge outside Siren and overturned into the marshy river.
Ever since then, locals have reported that when they drive over the same bridge, their car's radio cuts out and instead they hear the voice of a young girl yelling, "Help me mommy, I can't get out! Share on Facebook Tweet this article Pin it Email. Share on Facebook Pin it. Summerwind Land 'O Lakes The Lamont Mansion, aka Summerwind, was built in as a summer home, but it was believed to be haunted right from the start; the original owner fired two shots at what he thought was an intruder, but there turned out to be nothing there.
Wood County Insane Asylum Marshfield The paranormal activity at the Wood County Insane Asylum is strong enough that it's still occurring to this day, even after most of the buildings have been destroyed. The Pfister Milwaukee If you had to pick a building that strikes fear into the heart of many MLB players, it probably wouldn't be a fancy hotel in Milwaukee.
Dartford Cemetery Green Lake A cemetery might not be the most surprising location for a haunting, but the old Dartford Cemetery has a few ghosts who are said to make the rounds.
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