Wisconsin Street is a
very long stretch of road that is comprised of both commercial
and residential housing structures.
It runs through the heart of the populated downtown to
We spoke with several
downtown employees that work right on Wisconsin Street.
None of the employees from any of the stores had ever
heard of the story. In
addition, none of
them had ever seen a woman matching the description of the one
from the story.
a long stretch of the road from 8:30 PM – 9:30 PM and
did not witness any woman pushing a stroller.
We do not have a
specific description 1900’s style of the woman’s hair,
clothes, height, race, description of the stroller
We also do not know
where this woman was spotted, as it seems unlikely numerous
people would not have seen her if she was spotted downtown or in
the residential area. A woman
dressed in 1900’s garb along with a large 1900’s
stroller would be hard to miss.
There are no sidewalks as you continue on Wisconsin
Street towards the country, which eliminates that area.
(According to the story).
Having a specific time
for the “woman” to appear is a sign that the story is local
folklore. Does she
appear at 8:50, 9:10 , or only at 9 PM? This haunting is
classified as unlikely, but possible.