Brumder Mansion

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This 1910 brick Gothic/Victorian mansion is said to be haunted by several entities, both male and female. Witnesses have experienced apparitions, electronic voice phenomena and odd things showing up in photos. The Blue Room is one that is said to be especially active. Some of the haunts have been identified as Suzanne, who likes The Gold Suite; another female who likes the third-floor bedrooms; a man who resides in George’s Suite; a doctor; a Scottish maintenance man; and a 20-something female who likes the first and second floors, ballroom theatre, and catacombs.

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3046 West Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53208
United States

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43.039095, -87.95288399999998
Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
West Milwaukee, WI (2.1 mi.)
Milwaukee, WI (2.3 mi.)
Wauwatosa, WI (2.9 mi.)
West Allis, WI (3.1 mi.)
Shorewood, WI (4.8 mi.)
Whitefish Bay, WI (5.8 mi.)
Greenfield, WI (6.2 mi.)
Saint Francis, WI (6.2 mi.)
Elm Grove, WI (6.4 mi.)
Glendale, WI (6.7 mi.)

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