PORTLAND, OREGON FAMOUS HAUNTS
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
Some Portland, Oregon famous haunts.
Traveling to Portland Oregon can
be very exciting if you decide to check out the haunted places around town. The
most famous haunts include the Witch’s Castle, The White Eagle Café, and the
The Witch’s Castle is an area where the crossroads
of two trails lead to the coast of Oregon. At this location way back in the
1600’s there stood a stone trading shack, today nothing except ghost are left
behind. Local residents claim that this area is the spot for “ghost wars”. No
one knows exactly what really happens here during one of the ghost rituals
except that if you are present it has been told that it is almost impossible to
The White Eagle Café throughout history has been a
brothel, a hotel, and a boarding house. Today, many people enjoy eating at the
café; however, several employees have different tales to tell. Some of the
mysterious tales include a waitress while going to the basement was pushed down
the stairs by unseen hands. The bartender and bouncer who were working at the
same time ran to aid only to learn that a mop and mop bucket were thrown down on
One owner noted he had heard someone crying
upstairs, he went upstairs where the crying became more intense and caused the
hairs on his back to rise. He then crossed the street in a mad dash since he
could not find anyone upstairs and from the upstairs room he was a glowing
figure in the room where the crying was heard. By his own recollection, no one
had been near the room in thirteen years.
Others have noted flushing toilets, moving
furniture, whispering voices, finding mints and coins dating back over forty
years lying around.
Last but certainly not least is the Falcon
Apartments. This is where two ghosts enjoying living. These two have been seen
close to the mailboxes and near the manager’s apartment. It is believed that the
ghosts are Mr. Cooke who took care of the mailboxes in need of repair and
another resident Jimmy. Mr. Cooke has been seen where his chair once was,
walking down the hallway, and of course near the mailboxes. He died in 1989.
Jimmy was a quiet fellow that only talked with a few residents who had a fear of
dying alone. Jimmy did in fact die alone but remains at Falcon Apartments. Many
have heard the knockings on doors, slamming mailboxes, and other strange
occurrences in apartment 101. Some believe there may be a third ghost haunting
the apartments but no name has been given as of this day.
Enjoy your stay in Portland, but pay attention when visiting these locations,
you may find yourself speaking with a ghost.
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