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The Old Baraboo Inn: Celebrating 160 Years of Spirits

The Old Baraboo Inn in Baraboo, Wisconsin, may be one of the Midwest’s most haunted places. With a cornerstone reading “Established in 1864,” the Inn is in Baraboo’s old brewing district near the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad train depot. The Inn has been home to at least one saloon, restaurant, hotel, brewery, boarding house, billiard hall, and bar in its 160-year history. It has long been speculated to have been a brothel, gambling house, and Prohibition-era speakeasy as well.

Stories of the Inn’s sordid history abound, and include a fair share of . . .

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Amelia Amelia Cotterhttps://www.ameliacotter.com/
Amelia Cotter is a versatile author, poet, researcher, and storyteller with a passion for the supernatural, history, and folklore. She has authored several books, including "Where the Party Never Ended: Ghosts of the Old Baraboo Inn," "This House: The True Story of a Girl and a Ghost," "Maryland Ghosts: Paranormal Encounters in the Free State," and the children's book "Breakfast with Bigfoot." Her award-winning poetry and short fiction explore themes of anxiety, isolation, and trauma, often incorporating supernatural elements. Amelia has appeared on various media platforms, including Travel Channel's "Hometown Horror," and in documentaries like "Scary Stories" and "Tinker's Shadow: The Hidden History of Tinker Swiss Cottage." She has also worked as a model, background actor, and tour guide, sharing her knowledge of Chicago's hidden history.

The Old Baraboo Inn: Celebrating 160 Years of Spirits

The Old Baraboo Inn in Baraboo, Wisconsin, may be one of the Midwest’s most haunted places. With a cornerstone reading “Established in 1864,” the...