The Conspiracy Theories Surrounding This Creepy Oregon Cave Are Beyond Bizarre

Located in the remote, southeastern corner of Oregon, Malheur Cave is a mysterious lava tube cave owned by the Masonic Lodge of Burns. For decades, the Masons have been holding annual gatherings deep within this cave, and conspiracy theorists claim that this place is shrouded in mystery. Whether or not these stories are true, there’s no denying that Malheur Cave is one of the creepiest spots in the Beaver State.

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Please note that Malheur Cave is located on private property. To learn about the cave, including the Masonic gathering and Native American legend, click here.

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For more eerie spots in the Beaver State, check out our previous article: Skeletons Keep Popping Up At This One Spot In Oregon And It’s As Creepy As It Sounds.