Sip Wine And Mingle With Ghosts At Old Baraboo Inn, A Famous Haunted Bar In Wisconsin
Shaker’s Cigar Bar is probably one of the state’s most well-known haunts. However, it’s not the only haunted bar in Wisconsin. The Old Baraboo Inn is another Badger State bar with a notoriously creepy past. In fact, it’s considered one of the most haunted places in America, which isn’t too surprising when you learn of the building’s long, storied, and sometimes tragic past. Take a look at this haunted bar in Baraboo Wisconsin:
So, did you know about the haunted bar in Baraboo Wisconsin? Ever visited? If so, did you experience anything strange? Tell us in the comments section below — we love hearing from our fellow Wisconsin ghost hunters!
This isn’t the state’s only real-life haunt. Read about other haunted places in Wisconsin in this feature article.
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What are some other haunted restaurants in Wisconsin?
The haunted bar in Baraboo, Wisconsin, is just one of many haunted dining establishments in the state. Fork in the Road in Mukwonago is another haunted restaurant in Wisconsin. This restaurant, once a tavern like the one in Baraboo, has been haunted for decades. People have reported hearing strange voices where no one is and pool balls crashing into one another when no one is playing.
Another haunted restaurant in Wisconsin is Chances. This eatery is located on Main Street in the small village of Rochester. Though the restaurant didn’t open until the '80s, the building that houses it dates back to 1843 (so of course, it must be haunted, right?!). Originally known as The Union House, the building was the first brick structure constructed in Rochester. But the building’s history doesn’t end there. It has a long and storied past — part of which includes having been a stop on the Underground Railroad. According to many, the building is now haunted and has its past to thank for its phantom residents. According to lore, seven ghosts live at Chances, including a Civil War soldier and a runaway slave named Sadie. But don't worry -- the seven ghosts that live at Chances are said to be friendly. Rather than trying to scare employees and patrons, the ghosts at Chances are phantom pranksters, who prefer to play jokes, like turning on the radio or hiding items, only to return them later. Would you dare dine at this haunted restaurant in Wisconsin? Chances are (see what we did there?), you might just see a ghost!