Hood River Oregon’s Haunted Hotels

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Hood River sits in the Columbia Gorge along the Columbia river surrounded by fields, orchards, vineyards, and at the foot of Oregon’s tallest mountain, Mount Hood. “The area was inhabited by Native Americans when the Lewis and Clark expedition passed through on October 29, 1805. Here they found a campsite called “Waucoma,” or “place of big […]

The Haunted Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel – Alberta, CA

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The second you pull up to the Fairmont Banff Springs resort in Alberta, you’ll feel the goosebumps. The “Castle in the Rockies” is surrounded by snow-covered mountains that give off major The Shining vibes, while the exterior is half castle, half Tower of Terror. You know the type – rustic and scary, yet extremely sophisticated. […]

Haunted Places Photos

These are photos we have taken of haunted locations, graveyards, cemeteries, and any spooky places we can get into. We’ve been traveling all over the world shooting graveyards, haunted hotels, haunted houses, ghost sites looking for the best lore and taking photos to share.. If you use these images for a blog post, social media […]

History and Haunting of The White Eagle Saloon in Portland, OR

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On Russell Street, the White Eagle Saloon has been serving drinks to the community of Portland since 1905. Today, the building stands a regular hot spot on the Eastside of Portland for musicians and travelers alike. Notably marked on the National Register of Historic Places, the building has acquired a set of ghost stories and […]

White Eagle Saloon & Hotel – Portland, Oregon

Date of Establishment & Haunting Established in 1905, the White Eagle Saloon & Hotel has been haunted for nearly a hundred years. Name McMenamins White Eagle Saloon & Hotel Physical Description A two-story building lacking much in the way of fancy architecture sits as a relic of a different time, yet is not lost in […]