Shipwrecked Brew Pub and Restaurant

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The restaurant reportedly houses several spirits dating back from its original construction in 1882. The first is that of former owner Verna Moore, who has been seen in the dining room and basement of the building. She converse’s with members of staff, and moves around furniture in the upstairs hotel suites. The second ghost is that of a young man who was allegedly murdered in the attic during the 1920’s. He is frequently seen in the attic and on the roof of the building. It is believed that two FBI agents were murdered in the tunnels underneath the building. Their presences have still been reported in the basement to this day. The apparition of an old logger who was murdered on the property has also been reported, as well as the apparition of a woman in Victorian era clothing who stand in front of the building late at night. Loud wails and crying are heard on the upper floors of the building.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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7791 Wisconsin 42
Egg Harbor, WI 54209
United States

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45.0495022, -87.28026190000003
Door County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
Egg Harbor, WI (0.8 mi.)
Baileys Harbor, WI (7.7 mi.)
Ephraim, WI (9.2 mi.)
Sister Bay, WI (12.3 mi.)
Sturgeon Bay, WI (15.6 mi.)
Menominee, MI (16.8 mi.)
Marinette, WI (17.4 mi.)
Ellison Bay, WI (17.4 mi.)
Little Sturgeon, WI (20.1 mi.)
Peshtigo, WI (22.9 mi.)

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  1. My wife and I spent three nights in room #6. We were the only guests staying the weekend, so after closing we were the only two people in the building at night. While we didn’t experience anything out of the ordinary in our room, during the very early hours of the mornings around one or two we consistently heard creaking floors and banging like things were being moved around, seemingly down stairs. Being we were the only ones in the building it was a little unsettling but we brushed it off. These sounds were not normal sounds of an old building. It sounded like other people were there walking around and moving stuff. This is a nice place but it does have a bit of creepy things going on.

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