Every town has its tales of terror. But there seems to be something especially freaky about Appleton and the Fox Cities.
From historic buildings haunted by their owners, to paranormal gravestones and even our very own “Phantom of the Opera” – you don’t need to go far to find evidence the metaphysical.
Whether you believe in ghosts or not, these stories are sure to send a chill down your spine – and maybe even spark so much curiosity that you won’t be able to resist looking into them on your own.
Just be careful. Not all of these ghosts are friendly…
Imagine if you spotted a UFO or had a run-in with an extraterrestrial. Would you tell anyone what happened, or would you keep your mouth shut so nobody called you crazy in the head?
Steven Spielberg’s 80s film, E.T., was the closest I’ve ever come to an alien encounter. E.T. Phone home…
I bet that gets you thinking about Reece’s Pieces.
But seriously, there are plenty of Wisconsinites who claim to have had very real experiences involving what might be aliens or UFOs. In fact, Wisconsin has the second highest number of UFO sightings in the nation. (Source)
So, do aliens love Wisconsin, or do Wisconsinites perhaps drink a little bit too much?
How do you encourage young people in Northeast Wisconsin to step up and be innovators, leaders and creative artists?
Can we show them the untapped talents they already possess? Is there a way to empower students with the confidence they need to take risks, solve problems and see a project through from idea to completion?
That’s the goal of a brand new film festival taking place in our area this November.
The Downtown Green Bay Kiwanis club is spearheading the Sconniewood Youth Film Festival. It’s a special project that falls right in line with the mission of the Kiwanis – which is building a better community by supporting schools, families, youth programs and other local organizations.
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