Creepy January 02, 2018
We Checked Out The 12 Most Terrifying Places In Wisconsin And They’re Horrifying
Interested in starting your new year off by being a bit scared and a lot creeped out? It just so happens that there are plenty of spooky, haunted, creepy, evil and scary spots all over Wisconsin. We wrote about all of them to get you all the information you need about these most terrifying places and now it’s all here in one spot. Here are the most terrifying, horrifying spots all across Wisconsin:
Please note, Eagles Ballroom is temporarily closed.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
1. A Haunted Road Trip
From the abandoned Summerwind Mansion to Milwaukee's Pfister Hotel,
will take you to a ton of different haunted spots in Wisconsin.
2. Wood County Asylum
Built in 1909,
Wood County Asylum
and its surrounding buildings have been of much interest to ghost hunters. Multiple groups have recorded what seems like voices and one group captured a picture that seems to show a spirit looking right into the camera.
3. Eagles Ballroom
building has gone through many changes, and at one point was an athletic club that featured a gymnasium, basketball court, and 70-foot-long swimming pool.
4. The spookiest places in all of Wisconsin
From natural disasters to haunted spots,
tells you all about the spookiest spots.
5. Lakeview Sanitarium
Constructed in 1930 as a tuberculosis sanatorium and general hospital for Dane County ,but out of use for that purpose since 1966,
has come to be known for its strange happenings.
6. A Decaying Coffin Factory
in Oshkosh was founded in 1850. It produced home furniture, but was widely known as a casket and coffin company.
7. The Alexian Novitiate
The Alexian Novitiate
was built as a private mansion in 1939 in Gresham (Shawano County) for a widow and her daughter from New York. It was donated to the Alexian Brothers in 1950 and became a Novitiate, or a place where young men considering the priesthood were trained.
8. Siren Bridge
Legend says a family - mom, dad and a young daughter - slipped on icy roads and put their car over
in the 1980s in Siren. Ever since, folks driving in the same area have experienced eerie sensations.
9. The Abandoned Milwaukee Solvay Coke and Gas Co.
Back before there were pipelines criss-crossing the country, natural gas was created in areas that didn’t have it naturally occurring. Built in 1906,
The Milwaukee Solvay Coke and Gas Co.
built a plant on Milwaukee’s near south side. It operated until April, 1983 and the remains of the company have been abandoned ever since.
10. Haunted Cemeteries
are often the source of tall tales and legends thanks to their inherent ties to death and the afterlife. None of us really know what happens, but plenty of folks seem to think the veil between alive and dead is a lot thinner at a cemetery.
11. The Best Places to Spot A Ghost
12. Creepy Ghost Towns
Wisconsin has gone through cycle after cycle of changes, and at times those changes have meant leaving behind a little piece of the past. All of the town below were abandoned for one reason or another and now stand empty,
simply existing as ghosts of our collective past.
What other truly scary spots do you love to visit? Let us know in the comments!
Looking for more haunted Wisconsin spots? Check out
Spend A Night In These 11 Haunted Wisconsin Hotels… If You Dare.