Listed below are alleged haunted establishments and are open to the public. If you know of any haunted establishments that are open to the public, send us the information, and we'll list them here.
205 W Main St., Rochester
This restaurant has several ghosts and was in the book "Haunted Wisconsin". You can check out the buildings People and employees love talking about their ghost stories.
276 Linden Street, Fond du Lac
National landmark historic civil war home haunted by the ghosts of its own past! Used in the Underground Railroad, has 9 secret passageways and an underground tunnel. Footsteps creak down the stairs while ghostly hands open and close doors. Strange shadows cast chills in the rooms and visitors have been known to get nauseous and even been forced to leave during tours or be sick! Nighttime haunts include mysterious lights and sounds, and the owners pets are harassed by unseen noises and movements within the stony walls. Paranormal and psychic researchers have shown activity on numerous occasions from multiple entities. Tours available by contacting the owner at 920-979-6221.
1134 W. Mitchell St., Milwaukee
135 Walnut St., Baraboo
This renovated, historic pub and grille, and former brewery and brothel, is believed to have many active spirits in the building
according to paranormal investigators. Audio recordings of voices and sounds and video of orbs, light flashes, and anomalies have
all been captured. Cowboys, a prostitute named Mary, several children, and previous owners are among those believed to be regulars
while others pass through. Most recent investigative findings are consistent with other groups and psychics who have visited.
The owner, along with employees, customers, and salesmen, have experienced moving objects, balls of light, shadows, voices, taps
on the head, temperature changes, doors that open and shut, apparition of an old woman, and much more. Stop in and enjoy the
"spirits" at the Old Baraboo Inn. Voted Best Fish Fry in all Baraboo/Wisconsin Dells area, Sat. Prime, full menu Wed-Sun,
happy hour, and a "Haunted Dining" atmosphere in old downtown.
424 East Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee
514 56th St, Kenosha