Date of Establishment & Haunting
Established in 1905, the White Eagle Saloon & Hotel has been haunted for nearly a hundred years.
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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 the more modern era, now stands covered in sprawling ivy. With a saloon on the first floor, hotel rooms overlook the street where anyone might spy the famous ghost of Rose.
Origin & Location
Said to be one of the most haunted hotels in Portland, Oregon, the White Eagle Saloon & Hotel is known to have been haunted by the ghost of a prostitute named Rose. Murdered by a jealous lover in the 1920’s she has roamed the halls of the hotel ever since; she’s frequently spotted in room 2 of the hotel.
Mythology and Lore
There’s a lot of history attached to this historically haunted hotel–check out this article to learn more!
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