Thursday, July 23, 2009

Brumder Mansion

Brumder Mansion, Milwaukee, was built in 1910 by publisher George Brumder.

Throughout the years it has had many purposes; boarding house, parsonage, Lutheran youth-group coffee house/ music venue and even a hideaway for supposed prohibition-era mobster, Sam Picks. Today the mansion is a stylish bed and breakfast.

An older female ghost has been identified as Susan. She likes to hang out in the Gold Room. There is another younger ghost that likes the third floor, especially Marion’s Room. A third ghost is male who enjoys the Parlor and George’s Suite.

Northern Alliance of Paranormal Investigators has had the opportunity to investigate this old house. Some things they picked up on were EVP’s of voices, a string instrument, and a whistle. Two investigators reported of having felt a gentle touch. The evidence obtained does offer a possible haunted bed and breakfast, and that these ghosts are friendly.