MILWAUKEE (AP) - An historic Wisconsin bar with a reputation for apparent paranormal activity could appear in a new Netflix series.
Shaker's Cigar Bar in Milwaukee's Walker's Point neighborhood has been listed as the fifth most-haunted bar in America.
It was a Speakeasy, where illegal liquor was sold during prohibition in the 1920's.
It was actually built in the 1800's, when it also served other customers who reputedly never left.
had people attempt to spend the night all night in the dead hooker's
bedroom upstairs and about 10 percent are successful. I've had other
things, you'll be up there and hear like stilettos walking back and
forth, obviously the person next to you is still asleep you look around
there's nothing there," owner Bob Weiss told WISN.
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Saturday, June 17, 2017
A family of four living in Scottish Borders is seeking a live-in nanny whose duties would include "preparing breakfast, getting the children ready for school, dropping off and picking up from school."
The job would pay 50,000 pounds per year (about $64,000) and would offer 28 vacation days.
The only catch? The house they live in is supposedly haunted.
From the job posting on childcare.co.uk:
"We have lived in our home for nearly 10 years. We were told it was 'haunted' when we bought it, but kept our minds open and decided to buy the house regardless. 5 nannies have left the role in the last year, each citing supernatural incidents as the reason, including strange noises, broken glass and furniture moving. This has obviously been a period of great upheaval for our children."
Monday, May 29, 2017
Several people claim to have seen the apparition. According to Ghosts of Vancouver, a website that catalogues Metro Vancouver’s spookiest tales, “once, a Japanese family that checked into a room on the 14th floor called the front desk to ask whether their room had been double-booked. They described seeing the Lady in Red in the room, which had caused their confusion.”
Now a local elevator mechanic claims to have taken her picture. Vancouver’s Scott Graham says he was working on a top floor at the Private Residences at Hotel Georgia, just around the corner from the Fairmont, when he decided to take a cellphone photo of the historic hotel, where he also does work
Sunday, May 28, 2017
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Wednesday, May 17, 2017
The Coast Guard said it recovered debris and parts of an MU-2B aircraft -- the plane type the group was traveling in -- 15 miles east of Eleuthera, Bahamas, during the search.
On board the flight was 40-year-old Jennifer Blumin from New York and her two sons, ages 3 and 4, as well as 52-year-old Nathan Ulrich from New Hampshire. Blumin is the CEO of a prominent New York City event planning firm, Skylight Group.
The plane was scheduled to fly from Puerto Rico to central Florida, but never arrived at its destination, according to the Coast Guard.
Miami Air Traffic Control reported that it lost radar and radio contact with the airplane just three hours into the flight, the Coast Guard added in a statement.