Al Ringling Mansion

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Don’t remember the year but there was a maid or someone who worked for Al. Ringling and they drowned a child in the well that is back behind the house. Its said that the child still haunts the place and my mom and uncle used to go there and party and see ghosts and such

(Submitted by Karly V)

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623 Broadway Street
Baraboo, WI 53913
United States

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43.4715598, -89.74494140000002
Sauk County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
Baraboo, WI (0.0 mi.)
West Baraboo, WI (1.3 mi.)
North Freedom, WI (6.2 mi.)
Bluffview, WI (7.1 mi.)
Rock Springs, WI (8.8 mi.)
Merrimac, WI (9.1 mi.)
Lake Delton, WI (9.3 mi.)
Wisconsin Dells, WI (10.9 mi.)
Lake Wisconsin, WI (10.9 mi.)
Prairie Du Sac, WI (12.8 mi.)


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