The American Club

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At this hotel, one guest saw a man in the hallway wearing dirty and torn flannel short and pants. He attempted to speak to the man but got no response. The security camera got pictures of the guest speaking to someone who wasn’t there. Also, the east wing, the hotel’s oldest portion, is said to be haunted. A woman hanged herself in Room 209 after her husband was killed in an industrial accident, and her ghost, wearing a blue hat, has been steen standing by the fireplace.

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Geographic Information

Address:
419 Highland Dr
Kohler, WI 53044
United States

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GPS:
43.739901, -87.78109599999999
County:
Sheboygan County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
Kohler, WI (0.1 mi.)
Sheboygan Falls, WI (2.1 mi.)
Sheboygan, WI (3.4 mi.)
Gibbsville, WI (6.5 mi.)
Howards Grove, WI (6.8 mi.)
Oostburg, WI (8.1 mi.)
Waldo, WI (9.5 mi.)
Hingham, WI (9.6 mi.)
Plymouth, WI (9.8 mi.)
Adell, WI (11.9 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.americanclubresort.com

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  1. I was working a short time at the american club an was in room209 I was cleaning the bedroom are while the other maid was in the bathroom the other girl left to go back to our office down stairs for some supplies an I had just finished the bed an went over to clean an dust the windows I had then gotten a weird feeling like I was being watched so I turned an saw that the bed I had just made was messed up again I went to check of maybe the other girl was trying to scare me I looked an she had not yet returned mind you I had the windows shut so I could dust all the wood trim I turn back an all windows were opened I still stop an think about it

  2. In room 177 I woke up when I was sleeping because of a pain in my shoulder. I rolled over and there was a women with short hair and a night gown. She said “help me,” and came over and laid her head on my shoulder. I tried to sig up to talk with her and she was gone.

  3. I was in room 1456 and was fast asleep as I drank an entire bottle of whiskey that evening. I woke up the next day to see that I lost my wallet and money. Damn Ghosts!!! Argh…

  4. I lived in the American Club in the late 60’s for over a year and never had any experiences. At the time it was a housing area for workers and only the old section was there.

  5. I used to work at The American Club hotel and in the restaurants as a busboy and room service waiter in the 1990s. I worked both night shift and early morning shifts on weekends for room service deliveries to the main hotels building as well as the carriage house to the north east.
    What I distinctly remember was encountering extremely cold pockets of air in the vast hallways near certain rooms while making deliveries. So cold in fact that they could not be explained by AC vents, window leaks or poor insulation. I am talking cold enough to see my own breath.
    I also frequently heard whispering voices in corners of hallways, like someone was holding a private conversation but no one was visible. It would then subside and return.
    The main voices incident I remember was a voice saying “Ruhe! zu laut!”. German for “Shhh, quiet! too loud!”

    Carrying trays around I had to navigate around hallways and corners with limited view behind me and to my side. I also frequently heard noises and footsteps behind me and ahead of me around corners while delivering orders. Like little kids hiding from me or secretly tagging along my journey to a room.
    I did remember two occasions where different guests questioned me directly about whether the place was haunted or not.
    I recall this because of the isolated shifts I frequently worked. Everyone was asleep and there were no cleaning staff or other workers working those hours except at the front desk and the kitchens.
    There are no several haunted rooms and halls there, but yes, the cleaning staff told me all about Room 209 back then.

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