"Enter this wild wood and view the haunts of nature," is what's written on the entrance way to the trail. According to various websites (including www.onlyinyourstate.com), Seven Bridges is a notoriously popular spot for suicides. People have reported seeing orbs, light, and hearing voices.
Founded in 1891, the Historic White House Tavern is located on Kinnickinnic Ave. in the heart of Bay View, and is one of the city's oldest bars. The tavern remained in the Kneisler family for decades and is reportedly haunted by earlier members who died in the home.
Some people have seen a woman in white with long auburn hair peering out the back upstairs window.
Located in Walker's Point, the bar Sabbatic used to be frequented by sailors, and is said to be home to a spirit dressed in a black suit with unnerving eyes.
A music venue in Cudahy, The Metal Grill, was another popular sailor spot way back when. Supposedly, there is a mysterious set of fingerprints that they can't seem to get rid of...
...and one of their regulars has refused to leave, years after his death.
The building that houses the Pub Club on Historic Old World Third St. was built in 1848 (the year Wisconsin became a state). It was a part of a web of speakeasies that were connected via underground tunnels, making escape easy if there was ever a raid...
...people have reported objects moving around, alarm systems going off for no reason, and orbs of light that follow you.
Shaker's Cigar Bar used to be home to a popular speakeasy, where all sorts of ill deeds took place...
From illegal booze and a brothel to murder, life was certainly never boring...
Today, employees report moving safes, civil war spirits, and a ghostly little girl who haunts the lady's room...
If you're interested in checking it out, you can take a tour of the bar Wednesday through Thursday. Please see their website for more information.
One of America's great theaters here on Milwaukee's East Side, it's an original movie palace from 1927...
Sometime in the 1950's a projectionist was climbing the stairs to start a movie, but sadly he never made it. He died of a heart attack, but some think he still haunts the great halls...
Whether or not you believe in ghosts, the Oriental Theatre is still hauntingly beautiful and is open 365 days a year.