5 Truly Terrifying Stories That Prove Port Gamble Is The Most Haunted Town In Washington

There’s not much to the town of Port Gamble, the quiet community on the northwestern shores of the Kitsap Peninsula. Founded in 1853 as the designated home of the Puget Mill Company, it’s now a sleepy little town with few amenities, with one huge exception: There are ghosts everywhere.

There is more reported paranormal activity in Port Gamble than anywhere else in Washington. We’re not sure why that is, but we can share these 100% true stories that prove it.

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Visiting Port Gamble just might make a believer out of you. But even if you’re not interested in seeing a ghost, you can still enjoy its New England charms.