Milwaukee’s Pfister Hotel is known as the nicest place to stay in town. Presidents, celebrities and visiting baseball teams have bedded there. But the Pfister also has a reputation for housing some ghoulish guests.
Minnesota Twin Carlos Gomez heard voices and watched his iPod go haywire on one trip to play the Brewers. Other Major League Baseball players have found windows randomly opened. Some players even refuse to talk about their scary experiences.
Legend says that the “ghost” is actually Charles Pfister, who founded the hotel with his father in the 19th century. He’s said to roam the hotel’s hallways, riding the elevator and walking his dog.