Portland February 17, 2017
Not Many People Realize These 8 Little Known Haunted Places In Portland Exist
Everyone know the major haunted places around town: Lone Fir Cemetery, Pittock Mansion, and Cathedral Park, Oaks Park, White Eagle and more. These places are not as well known for their haunted past, but nonetheless, they have been home to some downright spooky stories over the years.
1. Crystal Ballroom
Footsteps are said to follow people around, even when no one is here. People have reported loud voices talking, again when no one is present. It is not known who is haunting the popular concert venue, but chances are you don't want to be here alone.
2. McLoughlin House
In Oregon City, this historic house, once occupied Dr. John McLoughlin, is thought to harbor his spirit. Guests have felt strange touches when no one has been there, and smelled smoke, thought to be from the doctor.
3. Hoodoo Antiques
This historic antique shop is thought to be haunted by a woman wearing old clothing and a lace bonnet. She is said to float around the store after closing hours.
4. Bagdad Theater
Built in 1927, the theater is thought to be haunted by the ghost of a man who hanged himself backstage.
5. Downtown Burger King
An unknown entity is thought to haunt the downtown Burger King. Be sure to keep your eyes on your fries, or they might just wander off.
6. Lewis & Clark College
Many people have reported feeling like someone is there with them in the middle of campus at night, only to find themselves alone. Also, a mob of angry people has been heard screaming and chasing students in the night.
7. Willamette River
It is hard to believe that the river that bisects the city would be haunted, but a phantom rowboat has been spotted on multiple occasions, but disappears right before your eyes.
8. North Portland Library
Built in 1913, this library has seen a lot over the years. The second floor meeting room is thought to be haunted, and figures have been seen when no one is present.
Have you been to these haunted locations? Let us know in the comments below.