If your visiting Southern Oregon and looking to have a night of ghostly encounters, here are a few hotels we discovered. Each of these haunted hotels in Southern Oregon have a rich history. Only if the walls could talk, or can they? When you spend the night, expect some very weird and scary things to happen.
6. Wolf Creek Inn
There are many ghost that haunt this historic Inn. One of the most notable spirits is that of famous author Jack London. His apparition has been seen in the room which was named after him, one can only assume he is pleased he is being remembered in this way. People have also reported hearing his voice in the room.
5. Jacksonville Inn
This historic inn was built during the gold rush era and was one of the first buildings in the town to be listed as a historic national landmark. It is believed to be haunted by the ghost of an elderly woman who is seen wearing a period style white dress. She has been sighted roaming the hallways and in the dinning area.
4. Hermon Von Helms House
Two ghosts can be seen in this historic home, which dates back to 1878. The first is the late August Helms, who roams the halls crying. She witnessed many murders and suicides in the Helms family before her death. The second is that of a little girl, who sits at the bottom of the staircase. She died of smallpox in 1868 and is buried nearby.
3. Peerless Hotel
Originally this inn was a boarding house for the local railway workers and is rumored to be haunted by the ghost of a prostitute. The Peerless Hotel in Ashland, OR is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is featured in the Best Selling Book “1,000 Places To See Before You Die”.
2. The Chateau at Oregon Caves National Park
This chateau is haunted by the ghost of Elizabeth. In the 1930s while honeymooning at the chateau she discovered her husband with another woman and jumped to her death from room 310. If you check into Elizabeth’s room, she doesn’t stick around. She’ll leave the room and wonder the halls crying.
1. McCully House Inn
The McCully House is reportedly the oldest home in Oregon operating as an Inn. Also on the property is the Deja Vu Bistro & Wine Bar. A ghost of an unknown woman has been seen in the rooms and the halls and people have witnessed doors open and closing on their own.
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