Old Chilton Walmart

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At the Old Chilton Walmart, folks say apparitions, shadowy figures, have been seen in the aisles and store stock has moved or been thrown on the ground. Electronics operate by themselves, mists appear out of nowhere, cold spots abound, and muddy footprints turn up on newly mopped floors.

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Geographic Information

1255 E. Chestnut
Chilton, WI
United States

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44.016914, -88.15254800000002
Calumet County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
Chilton, WI (1.0 mi.)
New Holstein, WI (5.7 mi.)
Potter, WI (7.6 mi.)
Stockbridge, WI (8.2 mi.)
Hilbert, WI (8.5 mi.)
Kiel, WI (9.3 mi.)
Collins, WI (9.7 mi.)
Saint Nazianz, WI (11.5 mi.)
Brillion, WI (11.9 mi.)
Sherwood, WI (12.1 mi.)


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