MILWAUKEE - Tales of hauntings abound this time of year and of course, Milwaukee has its share of ghost stories.
The Brumder Mansion Bed and Breakfast is regularly listed as one of the most haunted places in the city. It was built in 1910, was home to a speakeasy in the 1920s, and served a variety of other purposes over the years.
"I've heard voices and other people have too," said Julie Carr, who owns the B & B along with her husband. "I saw my first full apparition... and half spirits too."
There have been so many stories of ghosts that it's a popular site for both amateur and professional ghost hunters.
Noah Leigh, founder of Paranormal Investigators of Milwaukee, has looked into claims at the Brumder five times. He's even has had his own mysterious experiences.
"I was sleeping next to a side table that had a drawer and I swear to God it sounded like the drawer opened above my head."
WTMJ's Michelle Richards paid a visit to the haunted mansion. Listen to her story to find out if she met any new ghostly friends.
And you can go ghost hunting at the Brumder too. PIM is holding a public event on November 5. For more info, click here.