This Fascinating Washington Hospital Has Been Abandoned And Reclaimed By Nature For Decades Now
When it comes to fascinating, abandoned, and downright spooky destinations, Washington doesn’t disappoint. The Evergreen State is home to dozens of ghost towns, historic landmarks, and long-forgotten buildings worthy of exploration. Such a place still stands in Whitman County. Abandoned but not forgotten, St. Ignatius Hospital is an unmistakable beacon in the tiny town of Colfax.
St. Ignatius hasn’t operated as a hospital in decades, but the stories of ghostly encounters remain. For available tour dates and information, check out the Haunted Colfax Hospital Website. Do you believe in ghosts? Would you tour St. Ignatius Hospital? Let us know in the comments.
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Address: St. Ignatius Hospital, 1009 S Mill St, Colfax, WA 99111, USA
Sherri Adams is a writer, photographer, and travel enthusiast from the Evergreen State. She currently writes for Only In Your State Washington and enjoys the flexibility and creativity that freelance writing provides. In her spare time Sher enjoys gardening, baking, and exploring the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. The seashore is her happy place, and you’ll often find her combing the beaches and taking photographs of one of her favorite towns, Seaside, Oregon.