Elizabeth Daly House

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This home on the National Register is occupied by “Cookie” the ghost that has been present for several home owners. Smells of cooking have been present, lights turned off and on, objects moved, and animals will not eat in Cookie’s kitchen. She is a prankster, but a good ghost to live with! Found in the book HAUNTED WISCONSIN.

(Submitted by Sheila B.)

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Geographic Information

Address:
641 Baker Street
Wisconsin Rapids, WI
United States

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GPS:
44.39342841406446, -89.81850957872666
County:
Wood County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
Wisconsin Rapids, WI (0.7 mi.)
Biron, WI (2.8 mi.)
Lake Wazeecha, WI (3.4 mi.)
Port Edwards, WI (3.7 mi.)
Nekoosa, WI (7.0 mi.)
Rudolph, WI (7.1 mi.)
Vesper, WI (9.4 mi.)
Junction City, WI (13.9 mi.)
Plover, WI (14.2 mi.)
Whiting, WI (14.6 mi.)

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