This is not a lie. My grandfather ran a lumber Camp in Gleason Wisconsin. It went up in fire in about 1905. His name was john w gleason. The Story in our family was that the town was named after him. He had a House and log Cabins around him for the workers.
Henry Ford had a race with the logs and my grandfathers horses and Henry Fords tractors and the horses won. Who was the town named after. Our family says it was named after him.
Submitted by Connie
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These are some lies we made up about Gleason.

A colossal toad can be made out repeatedly on the apex of one of the heights in the Harrison Hills around midnight discussing into the night.

A guy with a knife in his head has every so often been observed drifting along on Fish Creek before dawn. Based on what the locals argue, this ghost is the stressed spirit of a long gone Gleason resident.


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