Kraken’s Ball/ Sunday Activity Day

As you’ve (hopefully) heard by now, the main Milwaukee Paranormal Conference, which was scheduled for the Irish Community and Heritage Center, has been cancelled. We are currently hoping to reschedule the conference for JUNE. Meanwhile, we do have a couple other great events coming up:


We are carrying on with our awesome KRAKEN’S BALL on Saturday, October 20. This is a great way to show your support of the Milwaukee Paranormal Conference. Performers include Sunspot, Attalla, Hale O Malo, Alumni of the Miltown Kings, poet Ridire Quinn (of Teatro di Affetto) DJ Michael Weiss, plus a costume contest that is creepy sea themed– think killer mermaids, zombie pirates, swamp monsters, etc and get you costume together! Admission is $10 at the door, we have advance tickets for $8 available now through Oct.19:



We decided to keep it simple by offering three tours. Tickets on all three of these will go fast!

10AM: Forest Home Cemetery Tour (Meets at office of Forest Home Cemetery, $7. Tickets limited to 29.)
This is our third year for this popular tour. This year there will be a Milwaukee History tour with Dr. Paul Haubrich, tour is about an hour and a half. Wear comfortable clothes, be prepared for weather rain or shine. Tickets:

3PM: Third Ward Ghost Walk:(Meets on corner of Water St. and Saint Paul in front of Milwaukee Public Market, $20. Tickets limited to 30.)
The original Milwaukee haunted history walking tour is back! Celebrate Cream City folklore with surprising local tales of ghosts, curses, and monsters while on a mile-long stroll through the charming arts district once known as the “Bloody Third.” Tour is about an hour and a half long, wear comfortable clothes, rain or shine. Guide is MPC director Tea Krulos.

7:30PM: Riverwest Ghost Tour: (Meets at Riverwest Public House, $7. Tickets limited to 15.) This rare tour is only offered a couple times a year. Based on research for an article in the Riverwest Currents, this tour is lead by MPC director and writer Tea Krulos and leads you through some neighborhood ghost stories. Tour is about 40 minutes long, wear comfortable clothes. Tickets:


And of course we’re really excited about Milwaukee Krampusnacht on Dec. 5. Here’s some of our events leading up to that:
Sun., Oct. 28 2-3:30pm: Milwaukee Krampusnacht Meeting and Workshop: Krampus Choreography   2-3:30pm, Bavarian Bierhaus

Sun. Nov. 4: Mask making workshop/ build session, details TBA.

Sat. Nov. 17: Milwaukee Krampusnacht Meeting and Drink n’ Print Krampus Card Making Workshop, 1-6pm, Riverwest Public House

Sat. Dec. 1: Final Kramp Down meeting and build session, details TBA

Weds. Dec. 5: Milwaukee Krampusnacht, 5-11pm, Bavarian Bierhaus. Be there!


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