Sylvanus Wade House

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The historic Sylvanus Wade House, once a stagecoach inn, now operates as a museum–with a friendly ghost. Said to be “gently haunted,” the museum tour guides have described a presence here for many years. Museum guides have felt a gentle push or heard rustling sounds in the bedrooms.

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Water St
Greenbush, WI 53026
United States

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43.77744427656072, -88.08713400372653
Sheboygan County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
Greenbush, WI (0.2 mi.)
Glenbeulah, WI (2.4 mi.)
Saint Cloud, WI (5.1 mi.)
Elkhart Lake, WI (5.2 mi.)
Plymouth, WI (5.8 mi.)
Mount Calvary, WI (8.6 mi.)
Cascade, WI (9.1 mi.)
Kiel, WI (9.7 mi.)
Waldo, WI (9.9 mi.)
New Holstein, WI (11.9 mi.)

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  1. The ghosts name is in all the family bibles I only know where 3 are and i know 2 were burned the other 2 their location is unknown still but the story passed down in the family is that it’s a child and whos father bludgeoned him to death with that bible.

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