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At the Oregon State Capitol, many unexplained occurrences have been reported. A board member, Sandra Allen, has even written a book called GHOSTS IN THE CAPITOL, published in 2002 by the Oregon Legislative and Historical Information Group. Witnesses to the hauntings have described disembodied footsteps on the marble floors, doors that slam shut by themselves and unexplained soft voices. Also, an apparition of a deceased 1978 representative has shown up after hours.

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900 Court St NE
Salem, OR 97301
United States

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44.9387409, -123.03048330000001
Marion County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
Salem, OR (0.4 mi.)
Four Corners, OR (2.4 mi.)
Keizer, OR (3.6 mi.)
Hayesville, OR (4.0 mi.)
Eola, OR (4.4 mi.)
Labish Village, OR (6.2 mi.)
Turner, OR (7.6 mi.)
Brooks, OR (8.3 mi.)
Rickreall, OR (9.7 mi.)
Independence, OR (9.8 mi.)

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