Haunted by its History

Built in 1890, the White House is Milwaukee's second oldest tavern, and just perhaps, one of its most haunted.

By - Dec 16th, 2012 03:10 pm
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As its full name suggests, the Historic White House Tavern at 2900 South Kinnickinnic Avenue in Bay View has a storied past. Its building dates to 1890, and the bar boasts photos going all the way back to the turn of the last century. Then there’s the story of a ghost from many decades past, which emerges in this sound slide on the tavern:

Categories: Taverns

2 thoughts on “Taverns: Haunted by its History”

  1. Scott says:

    Sound slide? Uunfortunately I can’t see anything on my iPad and I don’t use anything else at home.

  2. Dave Reid says:

    @Scott thanks for letting us know… we’ll have to look into that issue.

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