Ebenezer Chapel

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The original chapel was built in the 1860’s, and was rebuilt in early 1926. Within the chapel there are sightings of spirits that lurk in the nearby cemetery and within chapel. Spotting of mysterious things occurring have been reported, such as strange glowing lights drifting through the forest. Voices and scratching noises are also heard in the chapel.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    15507 South East Webfoot Road
    Dayton, OR
    United States

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    45.1467928, -123.09567730000003
    Yamhill County, Oregon
    Nearest Towns:
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    Comments (4)

    1. I am a local paranormal investigor….being how the park is open during the day and we did not go into the chapel…..we invistgaed the area….and recorded a series of events that defy logic….we are in the process of producing a documentay…….

    2. We have had a few really strange experiences there I do have a picture that shows a very creepy face, I would put it on here but I am tech challenged.

    3. This cemetery is my family’s pioneer cemetery. It is not haunted, it is simply old. Caring for old cemeteries in remote places is an extremely time-, money-, and labor-intensive project, so the cemetery may seem creepy or abandoned but it isn’t. The upkeep this cemetery requires is made much more difficult by the constant vandalism and trespassing that is encouraged and perpetrated by sites such as this that describe the place as haunted, which attracts thrill-seekers and promotes disrespect. Please be respectful of my family’s history and of this sacred resting place, and leave this fragile historical space undisturbed. And, trespassers, be forewarned that not only is trespassing illegal, but the entire cemetery is also infested with poison oak.

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