Wisconsin August 25, 2016
The Ultimate Terrifying Wisconsin Road Trip Is Right Here And You’ll Want To Do It
Wisconsin is a great state. But it’s also pretty creepy. There are some pretty haunted places around the state. Ever have the desire to hit them all up in one go? Consider going on an epic haunted road trip across the state. Here’s the
And here’s the trip:
1. Kemper Hall
This was once a private seminary for girls. It was founded in 1871. It is supposedly haunted by a headless nun. She was allegedly pushed down the stairs by some very bad girls.
2. Fork in the Road Restaurant
This place was a tavern back in its early days. People hear ghostly footsteps and pool balls crashing into each other. Voices have been heard in strange places, too.
3. Pfister Hotel
This hotel is one of the most haunted in the states. Ghosts really like to terrorize visiting MLB players. Many individuals have reported seeing ghosts standing in the room, or interfering with the TV or radio.
4. Maribel Caves
This hotel is named Hotel Hell for a reason. The hotel burned to the ground three times. The last time, everyone died in their sleep. Supposedly, skeletal remains are still on the upper level of the building.
5. Karsten Hotel
This hotel is totally haunted--and the owners celebrate that fact. A man apparently runs up and down a hallway and plays with living children (uhhhh, creepy).
6. Union Hotel
Ghosts have haunted this hotel for decades. Apparently, a woman can be heard singing in the corner of an empty bar. The basement, especially, is a hotbed of paranormal activity.
7. Boy Scout Lane
The legend goes that a group of boy scouts were on a trip when the bus driver killed them all. In other version of the story, one of the campers dropped his lantern and everyone burned in flames. Sometimes, people claim they can see lanterns in the forest.
8. West Cove Lanes
This bowling alley will give you the creeps. People have heard laughing when no one was there. They have also heard glasses clinking when the place was empty.
9. Summerwind Mansion
The ruins of this former grand mansion sit along a lake. One of the owners was so sure that there was a ghost that he shot at it (holes are still in the wall). He moved out and the new residents had no better luck. They reported people opening and closing doors. It has been abandoned since 1986. Anyone who goes by the house reports being thoroughly creeped out.
Only have time to explore
one city? Milwaukee has plenty of haunts!