Milwaukee Krampusnacht Vendor of the Week: Mendoza’s Curiosities

We’re so glad to have talented artist Estephanie Mendoza on this year’s vendor floor. Este created our awesome Milwaukee Paranormal Conference art for 2021 and she’s got a beautiful selection of illustrations and crafts for Milwaukee Krampusnacht. The Krampus stuff is great, of course, but we love the fact that she created some Mari Lwyd art as well (the Mari Lwyd comes from a Welsh tradition and we’ve featured one in our Krampus Parade since 2018).

Mendoza’s Curiosities:

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Milwaukee Krampusnacht Vendor of the Week: Stinky Goblin Emporium

Stinky Goblin Emporium has been part of Milwaukee Krampusnacht since year one and they have created our incredibly awesome event/t-shirt art every year. They say they love Krampusnacht, and we certainely love them. From the Goblins’ mouth:

“Stinky Goblin Emporium loves Krampusnacht! This year we will be selling original paintings on homemade wood plaques, hand painted wooden ornaments, and some small water color paintings, most of which center around our favorite christmas demon!”


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And here’s Stinky Goblin’s art for this year– we will have a pre-order open on merch very soon!

Milwaukee Krampusnacht Vendor of the Week: The Hodag Store

We’re glad to welcome a new vendor to Milwaukee Krampusnacht– The Hodag Store, all the way from Rhinelander, Wisconsin. The Hodag is another horned monster that calls Wisconsin home– the legend dates back to the late 1800s when a prankster named Eugene Shepard claimed he had photographed the monster in the woods outside Rhinelander. The Hodag has since becaome a Wisconsin Legend.

The Hodag Store (538 Lincoln St., Rhinelander) is your one stop Hodag souvenir shop with over 250 items– t-shirts, stickers, games, soda, hats, pins, earrings, and much more. They’ll have a selection of merch on the Krampus Holiday Market floor and you might even see a Hodag or two in the Krampus Parade!

More info:

You can find tickets, a music line-up, and list of vendors here:

Milwaukee Krampusnacht Vendor of the Week: Memento Moira

MILWAUKEE KRAMPUSNACHT is happening December 5 at the Bavarian Bierhaus. Tickets will be live on Halloween! As always, one of our attractions is the Krampus Holiday Market where you can find gifts for all the spooky ooky people in your life. We’ll have a range of visual art, clothing, jewelry, candles, ornaments, books, Milwaukee Krampusnacht merch and much more. Note to vendors– we’ve had many inquiries about the vendor floor, and it’s great to see so much talent out there. We are already full up this year, but hoping to expand the vendor floor next year. Drop us a line at: and we can put you on the contact list.

Memento Moira is returning as a vendor for Milwaukee Krampusnacht 2021, with dresses, bowling shirts, and messenger bags (in fabrics designed from her antique ephemera collection), jewelry, accessories, and holiday ornaments. Expect festive monsters, poisons, science, and vintage-inspired frippery. She can also be found at or on FB at

You Will Weep Paranormal Tears of Joy When You See This Milwaukee Paranormal Conference Vendor Line-up

The Milwaukee Paranormal Conference is sponsored by American Ghost Walks. MPC benefit ghost tour hosted by Tea Krulos is this Friday, August 27:

One thing that separates Milwaukee Paranormal Conference from some of your other run-of-the-mill, dusty conferences is that we’ve strived since year one to make it an event of not just paranormal themed talks, but also a celebration of local arts, crafts, authors, and musicians.

This year we have an excellent line-up of 33 vendors for our event Sept. 25 at Alverno College’s Bucyrus Center. It’s a really good mix of familiar faces and people brand new to the conference, including organizations, artists, authors, businesses and more. The conference runs 10am-5pm on September 25. It’s a free event, you just need to get your tickets by registering here:

A line-up of speakers and more info is here:

Below is a list of vendors for the Sept. 25 conference. Please note we are also doing a Witches Faire Sun. Sept. 26 at Faklandia Brewing. There is a separate line-up for vendors for that, please see this post for more details:

Vendor Floor Line-up for Sept. 25 @ Alverno

  1. American Ghost Walks
  2. Mendoza Curiosities
  3. Feral House
  4. Quixotronic
  5. ArtisticallyAnna
  6. Paranormal Investigators of Milwaukee
  7. CAPs Cryptids, Anomalies, and Paranormal Society
  8. Madame Cora’s Emporium
  9. Necropolis Curios
  10. Shetan Noir
  11. Sacred Space with Marie Chevala
  12. Author J. Nathan Couch
  13. Seventh Scorpio
  14. Goddess Aida
  15. Idiorhythmic
  16. Author Amelia Cotter
  17. South East Wisconsin Paranormal Investigation Team (SEWPIT)
  18. South East Wisconsin Paranormal Investigation Team (SEWPIT)
  19. Twisted Dreams Film Festival
  20. Infinities Essential Oddities
  21. Sam Maranto
  22. Old Baraboo Inn
  23. Tippecanoe Herbs & Apothecary
  24. Documenting the Unknown
  25. Author Hillarie Higgins
  26. Brew City Paranormal
  27. Minnesota Ghost & Graves
  28. Cryptic Requiem Creations
  29. Friends of the Milwaukee Public Library- Bookseller
  30. Boyd House
  31. Stone Troll Studios
  32. Mary Jane’s Closet
  33. Morris Pratt Institute

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Vendor of the Week 42: Northern Wisconsin Paranormal Society (NWPS)


The Northern Wisconsin Paranormal Society Ltd. (NWPS) is a greater good, non-profit organization that studies, researches, investigates, and documents paranormal/supernatural phenomena. We help individuals and families deal and cope with paranormal phenomena through education, investigating, and counseling.

We are headquartered in Rhinelander, WI at the Northwoods Paranormal Resource Center, and physically cover the top third of the state of Wisconsin. We will also help anyone outside our primary coverage area by helping them find respectable and responsible paranormal teams and/or professionals in their area.
 We cover 7 categories of the unknown and unexplained. They are; Ghosts/Haunted Places, Aliens & UFOs, Cryptozoology, Metaphysics, Theology, Conspiracies, and Out Of Place Artifacts/Forbidden Archeology. Anyone with any questions or concerns regarding these 7 categories can come to us for answers and help.
 We network with other organizations to increase our success rate for helping people with their paranormal questions and concerns. We are also associated with the UFO Wisconsin Research Team, the Praesidium Warriors Of Saint Michael, and the Paranormal King Radio Network. We also do public investigation tours at the Stovewood Museum Buildings and for the Summerwind Restoration Society.
We never bill a client for a residential or commercial case, but do accept donations. References available upon request. Biographies of members can be found on our
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Vendor of the Week 41: Dollface, Inc.


Kelly Goetzke is an artist who is very comfortable with her dark side and the evidence is in her talent. She takes the porcelain dolls that most little girls desire and molds them to mirror their very own nightmares. Although some may not be suitable for art lovers of all ages, it cannot be denied that all of her creations hold a dark beauty. Each doll is made one of a kind and should only go to homes of macabre lovers and horror appreciators. Do you dare?


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Vendor of the Week 25: Badger Bus Tours

BBT LOGOA family owned and operated company since 1920, Badger Bus Tours offers travelers the best service and value in Wisconsin. With our dedicated staff including tour directors, drivers and more, Badger Bus Tours is committed to serving your travel needs.  Our tours range from one-day shopping and sightseeing trips to all-inclusive fully escorted tours worldwide.  We even have tours to some of the best haunted sights in America and, of course, the Great American Solar Eclipse in August of 2017.

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Vendor of the Week 24: Astralfae

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Opening in 2011, Astralfae began its online boutique by selling handmade floral inspired jewelry. Now in 2016 it has grown in size and demand, catering to Faerie lovers and galactic travelers alike with vegan friendly materials and all natural ingredients.

Our items range from essential oil rollerball perfumes, sweet almond oil body potions, floral bath bombs and facial steam kits, traveling apothecary charms & talismans, cleansing & protection spell charm necklaces, and many more!

Creating apothecary supplies that soothe the soul and connect us to mother nature wherever we go. We even make the beloved Studio Ghibli Soot Sprite charm for those who love the spirit world!



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Vendors of the Week 23: Jason Braun



Jason is a writer and illustrator who works from his cabin/studio in the woods of rural Wisconsin. He graduated with a BFA from UW-Milwaukee in 1998 and worked as a graphic designer for several years before leaving the corporate world in order to focus on his art. In addition to his RPG credits, which include: Goblinoid Games, Chaotic Henchmen Productions, Black Blade Publishing, and Rob Kuntz’s Pied Piper Publishing, Jason creates crisp commercial illustrations, festival and theatrical posters, whimsical paintings, and pet portraits.

Jason is a cat whisperer, an ordained Dudeist minister and enjoys camping, horror movies, and Irish whiskey.


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