Stallbohm-Kaske House - Real Munster Haunted Place
Locals say that the original inn that once stood in this location was burned down on Halloween of 1909. Resident Wilhelmina Kaske passed away in 1949 in a front bedroom. Many believe that these two incidents may be the reason for today's hauntings. Witnesses have reported seeing a figure of some sort, leaning out of the barn window, a presence in the bedroom, footsteps, crashing sounds and cold spots. One employee even reported being doused with paint while he was trying to paint over the wallpaper in the hallway. This location was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1998 and is currently owned by the town of Munster.
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