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Glenbeulah Cemetery , Walnut Grove Cemetery - Glenbeulah, Wisconsin

Glenbeulah Cemetery, aka Walnut Grove Cemetery, has graves dating as far back as the early 1800s, one of which glows and another of which sometimes sports a ghostly pair of shoes, according to legend. Rumor has it that a man hanged himself here, and his apparition has been seen late at night. The place has been featured on TV’s Unsolved Mysteries.

Address:
Walnut Dr
Glenbeulah, WI
United States
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Riverside Cemetery - Appleton, Wisconsin

Kate Blood’s grave at Riverside Cemetery is a site of interest to paranormal enthusiasts. Some say that on full moon nights, a bloodlike substance drips from the gravestone, a stone that is inexplicably warmer than the other gravestones nearby. Kate Blood, according to local legend, killed her husband and three kids. Others say this is simply untrue, that Kate died of tuberculosis, and her husband remarried.

Address:
714 N Owaissa St
Appleton, WI 54911
United States
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Forest Home Cemetery - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

The 1850 Forest Home Cemetery, established over a former Indian village and burial ground, is said to be home to many strange happenings. The large graveyard contains more than 110,000 gravesites including many famous names, including beer barons such as Jacob Best and Frederick Pabst of Pabst Brewing Company fame and Joseph Schlitz and August Krug of the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company. Also here are William Davidson, co-founder of Harley-Davidson, and Christopher Sholes, who invented the first typewriter with the QWERTY key layout. Witnesses describe eerie or unwell feelings and visions of splintered coffins and shredded corpses.

Address:
2405 W Forest Home Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53215
United States
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M Street Bridge - Washington, District of Columbia

Visitors to the bridge should keep a lookout for two ghosts. One is a phantom stagecoach, which locals saw from the early 19th century to the early 20th century; the other is a drummer boy who had been knocked off-balance by a strong breeze and drowned. Witnesses say they have heard his soft drumming, which got louder as they neared the center of the bridge and disappeared when they got to the place where the boy drowned.

Address:
M Street Bridge
Washington, DC 20007
United States
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