Hello Haunt Jaunters!
Susan from Caper Company here. I'm so busy running around Wisconsin doing research for haunted locations to explore, that my posts have gotten a bit few and far between. Thought it was time for an update with some great news.
I met with some people who own and operate
The day job calls today. I have a Haunt Spots research route that takes me to 4 libraries in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin today. Oh, hurt me. Let’s see if I have as much luck as I did in Cedarburg, WI last week.
I never know what I’m going
Heads Up! Have you been considering experiencing Caper Company's first Haunt Spots tour "A Hard Luck and Loss Caper" for yourself? You may want to go soon. Recent news articles indicate that the first destination may no longer being accessible as of April 2010. So, what's the rush? This Haunt
Our bedroom windows face the street. There is one particular window that attracts my attention most nights. It used to be in the attic, but when the former owners of our 137-year old house gutted the second floor, they opened the ceiling up to attic rafters. It’s a wonderful, airy
Welcome to part 3 of 3. LM and her crew of intrepid Haunt Spots Explorers have made their personal paranormal connections and are inspired to think of those who’ve affected them…
“One of our group members has suggested that next Dia De Los Muertos, (not today, unfortunately, because it’s a bit
And, LM’s Halloween Caper Company Haunt Spots Exploration continues…
After WP, we stopped for food at this AMAZING Indian restaurant about 6 miles away from the park. Tiny place, looked kinda sketchy from the outside, but it was incredible. (Royal India Restaurant. Tell your friends.) Two of our group pulled
Caper Company's newest Guest Blogger “LM” — now known as the Infamous LM of Haunt Spots Tour Leader Extraordinaire fame -- has shared her wonderful write up of their Halloween Haunt Spots ghost tour exploration.
Enjoy, part the first …
(ghoOOOOOOOOOOoooost! — read on, you’ll get it…)