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Take a tour of haunted Milwaukee ¿ and get some history too

Dressed in a Victorian costume, Anna Lardinois leads her Gothic Milwaukee ghost tours through downtown Milwaukee.  (Katherine Rodeghier/for the Chicago)
The Bronze Fonz depicts actor Henry Winkler as Arthur “Fonzie” Fonzarelli in the sitcom “Happy Days,” set in Milwaukee. The statue is a popular photo-op site on Milwaukee’s RiverWalk.  (Katherine Rodeghier/for the Chicago)
The ghost of a choirboy is said to haunt the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist on Cathedral Square in downtown Milwaukee.  (Katherine Rodeghier/for the Chicago)
A bronze statue of Gertie the Duck memorializes a mallard that captured the attention of Milwaukee residents in 1945.  ( Visit Milwaukee )
Opened in 1893, The Pfister is a luxury hotel in downtown Milwaukee and a member of the Historic Hotels of America.  (Visit Milwaukee)
The Pfister hotel, built in Romanesque Revival style, is said to be among the most haunted locations in Milwaukee.  ( Visit Milwaukee )
Gothic Milwaukee ghost tours operate rain or shine from spring through fall.  ( Gothic Milwaukee )
he Milwaukee RiverWalk winds along the Milwaukee River through downtown and city neighborhoods.  ( Visit Milwaukee )