Oregon November 14, 2017
Ghost Hunters Have Uncovered Something Truly Terrifying In These 5 Haunted Oregon Places
If you believe in ghosts, you should know that you’re not alone. There are countless teams of ghost hunters in Oregon who have taken it upon themselves to seek out proof of the paranormal. These teams conduct investigations of reportedly haunted locations around the Beaver State. Check out what ghost hunters have discovered in these 5 haunted Oregon places:
1. Lafayette Pioneer Cemetery (Dayton)
Countless chilling legends surround this cemetery. One of the most famous claims that a woman lost her life here after being accused of being a witch. She is said to haunt Lafayette to this day. Several ghost hunters have reported seeing the witch's apparition standing on the outskirts of the main burial area and walking silently through the graveyard. One visitor even recorded her voice on tape saying, "Run home!"
To watch a ghost hunter interacting with a ghost at Lafayette Cemetery, check out this YouTube video from Diabolical Witness: VIDEO
2. The Chateau at the Oregon Caves (Cave Junction)
Ghost stories have haunted the Chateau for quite some time now. This rustic lodge dates back to the 1930s and is said to be haunted by a resident ghost: Elizabeth. Also known as the Lady in Blue, she is said to be the spirit of a young bride who, while on her honeymoon, found her fiancé in bed with the maid. After seeing this tragic sight, she jumped from their window on an upper floor to her death. Ghost hunters have reported experiencing intense paranormal activity at the Chateau, including mysterious sounds in the room where Elizabeth stayed and EVPs from a number of different spirits.
Click to watch the Believers Of Oregon Spirit Society conduct an investigation of the Chateau at the Oregon Caves in this video, uploaded by YouTube user Stalking Night Shadows: VIDEO
3. Wolf Creek Inn (Wolf Creek)
As the oldest continuously operating inn in the Pacific Northwest, it's probably not surprising that Wolf Creek Inn plays hosts to a few ghostly guests. This hotel used to be a retreat for several famous authors and Hollywood stars, namely Jack London and Clark Gable. Numerous people have claimed to have encountered London's ghost in the room where he once stayed. While most of the spirits at Wolf Creek are friendly,
there have been sightings of a sinister ghost known as the "vampire-like creature" around the grounds.
Watch ghost hunters complete a paranormal investigation at Wolf Creek Inn in this YouTube video, uploaded by user Stalking Night Shadows: VIDEO
4. Heceta Head Lighthouse (Florence)
Numerous reports of paranormal occurrences surround the notorious Heceta Head Lighthouse. Legend has it that the ghost of an elderly woman, known as The Lady in Gray, haunts the lighthouse grounds. Of all the ghost stories on the Oregon Coast, this one is supported by the most eyewitness accounts.
Click to watch PSI of Oregon's investigation of the Heceta Head Light Keeper's house in this video from YouTube user PSIofOregon: VIDEO
5. The Klondike Restaurant and Bar (St. Helens)
This paranormal hotspot has been investigated by multiple teams of ghost hunters and even been featured on the TV show Paranormal State. Almost every team that inspected this Victorian-era building has sensed that an altercation took place on the second floor. The restaurant staff has reported witnessing objects moving, electronics turning on and off and the radio volume going up and down.
Check out the Oregon Paranormal Society investigating the Klondike in this video from YouTube user TheOregon ParanormalSociety:
Have you visited any of these places before? Did you notice anything out of the ordinary? Share your thoughts and experiences with us in the comments below!
For more ghostly Oregon tales, check out our previous article:
We Checked Out The 10 Most Terrifying Places In Oregon And They’re Horrifying.