Here Are The Creepiest Places In Minnesota + Wisconsin According To CNN
It's the spooky time of year, and why not celebrate by checking out the spookiest place in each state? CNN recently put out a list of the creepiest place in each state across the country. Can you guess where they are in Minnesota and Wisconsin?
Creepiest Place In Wisconsin
It's no surprise that both of the locations in the neighboring states are very, very old. Wisconsin's creepiest place is the Pfister hotel in Milwaukee. What makes the Pfister Hotel so creepy, besides the fact that it was built in 1893?
The Pfister hotel is rumored to be haunted by the original owner, Charles Pfister. Many people have reported strange sightings and occurrences in the famous landmark hotel in Wisconsin.
Major League Baseball players have stayed their while in town playing the Brewers. Washington National's Bryce Harper said his belongings and furniture moved in the middle of the night when he was sleeping. That's creepy!
Comments on Freyzel Productions YouTube video highlight some other experiences. One person wrote they were on a school field trip and heard loud breathing in the room. Yeah, that's creepy.
Another guest at the hotel heard "angry footsteps and couldn't sleep. That's crazy!
So what's the creepiest place in Minnesota?
Minnesota's creepiest place is the Wabasha Street Caves in St. Paul, Minnesota.
These caves once were the home of a mushroom farm. Yeah, perfect place for growing mushrooms, right?
Then came prohibition, and a speak easy was at the location. There was mob activity, and there are even marks where bullets hit the cave walls. People familiar with the place say there have been plenty of ghost sightings. Paranormal Investigators found some pretty spooky stuff going on in their investigation.
See the full list of the other 48 states creepiest places at CNN.
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