Kemper Hall - Kenosha WI Real Haunted Places
- 6501 3rd Ave.
- Kenosha, WI
- (262) 657-6005
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This location was once known as Durkee Mansion and in 1861, Kemper Hall was home to the early settler and Senator Charles Durkee. The mansion was turned into a girls' boarding school after being donated to St. Matthew's Episcopal Church. It now operates as a recreation center and is said to be haunted by ghostly nuns who have been seen looking out the windows.
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