Titletown Brewing Company

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The brewing company building was previously a railway depot, and there have been many reports of paranormal activity in the building. The ghost of an elderly train conductor has been seen on the ground floor, as well as the apparitions of ghostly figures in period clothing. Objects move around the building by themselves, and people have reported hearing a train whistle, despite the fact the building hasn’t been a railway depot for a long period of time.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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200 Dousman St
Green Bay, WI 54303
United States

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44.519455, -88.01780450000001
Brown County, Wisconsin
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  1. When I was a child, my grandfather was an engineer on the 400. He worked for CNW railroad. I many times would ride the train. I lived with my grandparents. I would ride to Marinette and visit my mother. While, waiting for the train to depart. Sometimes I would go to the rest room. It was creepy and spooky things go on. I would be in the stall and I could hear as if there was someone in there. Once, I noticed men’s black high top boots that were all laced up. When opening the door there was no one there. And I didn’t hear the door open or close…I didn’t like going in there.

  2. I know it sounds bizarre but I dined there with my mother and boyfriend recently and had an odd experience with realizing my pickle went missing. I love pickles and always save to eat last. At first I thought one of the person’s in my party ate it but they both looked at me as if I lost my mind . I know 100 percent that I did not get a chance to eat my pickle. It did not fall and the plate it was on was still there so I know the waiter didn’t take it . I found it so weird that I looked up to see if there were other possible paranormal stories about this place. I
    am still unnerved by the mystery of the disappearing pickle.

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