Have you been to any abandoned buildings worth exploring? There is one in Milwaukee, just east of the Allen Bradley clock on E. Greenfield Ave. It's the old Solvay Coke Plant and offices and the address is 311 E. Greenfield Ave. There are barrels and a fence in the area because of construction but the driveway into this abandoned building is accessible. I was there in September, 2013, daytime, and also at night. I did not see any signs that said no trespassing. Two cars were parked in the area and a Milwaukee squad car passed by, never stopping to check us out. The first building was the library....suppose to be a hole on the first floor looking into the basement which at one time had been flooded to the ceiling. I walked in a small area and because of the asbestos and very spongy floor, stopped my tour. The second floor housed labs. The receiving plant just south is full of junk. Staircase to second floor has missing hand rails. Both buildings had the homeless living there at one time or another and they smell awful. During the day, the place is tolerable; nighttime is a major creep factor. Heard knocks which could be from anything, but the weird balls of light were unexplainable. Growling of course could be from a number of different animals but sounded unnatural.
There is another place that is haunted....supposedly. The address is 412 E. College Ave., Oak Creek, WI just south of Mitchell Airport. It's well hidden within trees and tall bushes and the grassy road is difficult to find at night. However, this abandoned house is right across the street from the displayed gray airplane that is about 10 feet off the ground on E. College Avenue. If your car is low to the ground, believe me when I say the bottom will hit the dirt and gravel. You can also do a search and type in abandoned house on e. college ave. in Oak Creek, WI. A guy filmed it back in 2010 and posted 10 pictures. On Youtube, type in abandoned barn/farmhouse in Franklin, WI. That video is 2 minutes and 21 seconds. BUT the place is IN Oak Creek.
I was there at night in Sept., 2013, and yes, the car bottom hit grass and dirt. In back of the house is a building that may have been the garage and it's caved in, leaning on its side. There is still another building, possibly a shed, a short distance away. I did not go in the place as I was alone. When I managed to turn the car around, I stopped and looked at both the collapsed building and the house. The creep factor was off the charts as about 10 feet off the ground I saw a pair of glowing white orbs, side by side. It could have been an animal but one thing it wasn't, a reflection from any car headlight. I almost expected Leatherface to come out with his chainsaw. I had been to Grant Park earlier by the main bridge but didn't get out of the car as there were no lights on in the park. Turned the car around in the parking lot and saw something big and furry running. Put the brights on and it turned out to be three huge raccoons and two young ones. Their eyes did shine in the headlights. The glowing white eyes at this house were much brighter and bigger than the raccoons.