Milwaukee is the largest city in Wisconsin with approximately 600,000 residents. It is located on the southwest shore of Lake Michigan.
French missionaries and fur traders were the first Europeans to pass through the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area. In 181, the French-Canadian explorer named Solomon Juneau settled in the area. In 1846, Juneau’s town combined with two neighboring towns to incorporate the City of Milwaukee.
St. Adalbert Catholic Church and School Information:
St. Adalbert’s Church is a Roman Catholic Parish located at 1923 W. Becher Street on the south side of Milwaukee. It is one of Milwaukee’s ‘Polish Cathedrals’. The church and the adjoining school was built in 1908 and 1909.
Ghosts and the Paranormal at St. Adalbert Catholic Church and School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin:
Students at St. Adalbert report feelings of uneasiness in the old balcony area, which has been converted into a room. They also claim that a rocking chair in the attic rocks by itself.
A male apparition has been reported in the church basement as well as strange sounds.
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1923 W. Becher Street Milwaukee WI Wisconsin United States