The Rave - Eagles Club - Milwaukee WI Real Haunted Places
- 2401 W. Wisconsin Ave.
- Milwaukee, WI
- (414) 342-7283
This building dates back to the 1920's and was originally an all-make athletic club. A young girl's ghost is said to laugh inside and has been seen, along with things being thrown off the roof by disembodied hands. In the basement, visitors have reported a strong smell of bleach and a feeling that you need to get out of there. The building once operated as a shelter and its owner was said to be a very abusive man, and his ghost is said to be heard and felt near the pool area and the boiler room.
I played there a few times in the late 1980's. There is tunnel that goes from stage left to right that if you enter alone, you can't help the feeling of being followed. To the point of doubling step to get out. My son now works there, and can confirm sounds and voices in the long abandoned pool, a young girl's girl in the coat check area, and things being thrown from the roof after the building has been cleared by security. Don't show up for a tour, there are none. You can go for a show, but seems most activity happens after the shows are over and the building has been cleared.Posted 2/14/18
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