The rumors of the werewolf grew, and a local newspaper sent a reporter out to Bray Road to cover the story. Linda Godfrey was very cynical but as she heard the stories from the witnesses, she was convinced that something was happening on Bray Road. This reporter became a serious cryptozoologist and wrote a book. "The Beast of Bray Road:Trailing Wisconsin's Werewolf".
For unstructured Halloween fun you certainly can camp out on Bray Road, however, I would not recommend it. Just 36 miles north on Interstate 43, is the city of Milwaukee, where there are Halloween attractions that are safer than being alone in the country with a werewolf. The Mars Haunted House , is one of Wisconsin's truly haunted houses. The home of a horrendous family murder suicide, of the Milton Family, people say they still roam the upstairs of the building. If you are looking for a scare to keep you up at night, be sure to sign up, and in case you don't believe there is plenty of paranormal evidence to back up their claim of being "Milwaukee's only TRULY Haunted, Haunted House".
For Milwaukee's best burgers AJ Bombers is the place to go. The Milwaukee burger, is a combination of what is great about Milwaukee. 1/4 pound of beef, topped with a double portion of Nueske's Applewood smoked bacon (from Wittenberg,WI), double portion of Wisconsin Colby cheese, and fried onions that have been cooked in Schlitz beer. This burger reigned supreme on Travel Channel's, Food Wars, the battle of the best burger. Honorable mention goes to Sobelman's Pub and Grille , although they did not win, Sobelman's Burger fans will defend the Sobelman Burger to the bitter burger end.
Wisconsin Beer Cheese Soup
1 cup of onions, rough chop
1 cup of carrots, rough chop
8 cups of chicken stock
6 ozs of butter
6 ozs of flour
3 bottles of New Glarus Fat Squirrel Nut Brown Ale
2 cups heavy cream
Add the shredded cheddar and heavy cream and mix well. Season with mustard, Tabasco, Worcestershire and salt and pepper. Garnish with buttered popcorn.
Age does not diminish the extreme disappointment having a scoop of ice cream fall from the cone.~Jim Fiebig.