Mcloughlin House

McLOUGHLIN HOUSE
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The story of McLoughlin House.

The McLoughlin House is located at 713 Center Street, Oregon City, Oregon. Today, it is part of a National Historic Site and Museum.

The McLoughlin House was built in 1845, by Dr. John McLoughlin. After his death in 1857, his daughter sold the home and it became a hotel. Next, it was used to be the living quarters of Chinese workers until 1886. After that, a brothel called the house home. Next, it was used as apartment and then it was saved in 1909 and became a museum.

The McLoughlin’s were buried next to their mansion when they passed away; however, some time during the 1970’s their bodies were moved and buried between the Barclay House and the McLouglin House. The ghosts became active after their bodies were moved.

Dr. McLouglin has been seen by many workers sitting on the bed in his room. Anther strange occurrences believed to be John McLoughlin include the rocking chair moving by unseen hands. John’s wife Marguerite has also been seen looking out the southeast window of the second floor. She enjoyed smoking a pipe while alive and must still enjoy a pipe every once in awhile still as many have smelled the aroma of pipe tobacco.

The McLouglin’s are not the only ghosts present in the mansion. The parlor must have been the scene of a terrible crime as many have a foreboding feeling upon entering. A lady has been seen going up the stairs that is not described as Marguerite. A few have seen Chinese workers huddled together as if in fear.

Who knows all the ghosts that still call the McLoughlin house their home? If you dare to visit, maybe you can find the answer.


Mcloughlin House

Mcloughlin House

Mcloughlin House

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