Little Bohemia Lodge

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The lodge is famous for its involvement in the 1934 shootout involving John Dillinger’s gang. The lodge is believed to be haunted by a civilian who was accidentally shot by the FBI during the shootout. Guests at the lodge have reported hearing unexplained noises, seeing apparitions and have items and furniture moved around their rooms.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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142 U.S. 51
Manitowish Waters, WI 54545
United States

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46.1193872, -89.85786280000002
Vilas County, Wisconsin
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  1. I went there with my family, there are still bullet holes in the walls, a very cool place especially knowing the history of it. 10 out of 10. I didn’t hear anything but everyone else in my family heard whispering in their ears.

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