One Night In This Haunted Wisconsin Hotel Will Haunt Your Dreams Forever

Even if we don’t believe in ghosts, many of us have been creeped out at some point. Many people believe certain locations are haunted. There are plenty of places in Wisconsin that people think are haunted. But none is thought to be as haunted as the Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee.

What’s really odd is that this hotel seems to affect baseball players at a higher rate than anyone else. Carlos Gomez reported hearing voices when he got out of the shower. Brendan Ryan said he saw a moving light go throughout his room. Just a couple months ago, Ji-Man Choi felt a ghost. He had no idea about the hotel’s haunted history. Big names like Pablo Sandoval, Jason Heyward and Justin Upton have actually paid out of pocket to stay somewhere else because it is too creepy.

But it isn’t just a giant prank by the Brewers on opposing teams. Plenty of regular Joes have reported seeing, hearing or feeling ghosts. People have reported hearing voices when no one was around. They have felt taps on the shoulder or heard creepy laughing. They’ve experienced interruptions on the phone and television. Some people have had to straight up leave the hotel in the middle of the night because it’s too scary.

The Pfister won’t be calling the Ghostbusters anytime, soon. After all, whether there are truly ghosts are not, it keeps people interested. If you think you can handle the creeps, you should definitely visit. After all, it’s a truly gorgeous hotel.

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