Date(s) - 11/04/2021
9:00 pm - 11:45 pm
Our Haunted Destinations – Live streaming investigation with The Spirit Realm Network psychics Moon Girl Sarah Garcia, Rachel Warren, Amber Martin and paranormal investigator Jim Martin.
Join the Haunted Destinations team on their second stop from this fun filled multi-city adventure in search of haunted destinations to investigate. The team kick-off the trip in McConnelsville, Ohio with a fantastic opportunity to go live and investigate the famous Twin Cities Opera House and now it’s on to Baraboo, Wisconsin to investigate the insanely haunted Old Baraboo Inn. The Inn has been featured on Discovery+, Food Network, and Travel Channel and known as a hotspot for paranormal activity and known as one of the most haunted places in the Midwest.
About The Old Baraboo Inn
Built in 1864 and located along Walnut Street in Baraboo, Wisconsin this 157-year-old historic landmark has gone through a lot. Originally founded by George Bender, an immigrant from Germany who came here to brew German Lagers, it originally operated as Bender Brewery and Bender Boarding House. The Old Baraboo Inn or OBI as it’s also known later became a Bar serving great food and spirits. Even offering Ghost Tours and haunted events.
The Inn has been featured on Discovery+, Food Network, and Travel Channel and known as a hotspot for paranormal activity and as one of the most haunted places in the Midwest. There are stories abound of OBI as a prohibition-era speakeasy and favorite hangout of Al Capones. Apparently Al Capone and several others never left The Old Baraboo Inn. Many EVP’s have been captured at the Inn with a voice claiming to be that of Al Capone. Numerous apparitions, light anomalies and unexplained phenomena have occurred within the walls of this notorious haunt. There’s even a large pole in the basement that’s rumored to be an “execution pole” where it’s believed many murders have occurred. Many investigations centered around this pole have yielded copious amounts of strange and bizarre evidence. Even worse, it’s believed some of those murder victims are buried under the basement floor of the Inn.