Moses Parrot House

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This beautiful mansion house is infamously haunted, and is associated with bad luck. Currently the house is up for sale, but former residents complained of screams, disembodied footsteps, apparitions an bloodstains that wouldn’t go away.

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1772 SE Jackson
Roseburg, OR
United States

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43.198671, -123.35193700000002
Douglas County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
Roseburg, OR (1.3 mi.)
Green, OR (2.8 mi.)
Roseburg North, OR (5.2 mi.)
Winston, OR (6.1 mi.)
Melrose, OR (6.4 mi.)
Lookingglass, OR (6.9 mi.)
Dillard, OR (7.6 mi.)
Myrtle Creek, OR (12.7 mi.)
Sutherlin, OR (13.4 mi.)
Glide, OR (14.5 mi.)


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  1. My husband was working on this house with one of the former owners and had several experiences. Tools would be moved from one room to another. The radio would change stations or have strange voices com out of it. Occasionally this happened when the radio was unplugged. He and his best friend both interacted with a full bodied apparition of an old man that was aware of a conversation my husband had with the owner about fixing the roof. My husband said he could see his friend through the old man and that he disappeared while they were speaking to him. My husband didn’t believe in ghosts until he worked on this house.

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