Shelburne Inn

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This historic inn was built at the turn of the nineteenth century as a boarding house and hotel. During the early twentieth century, a team of horses pulled the inn across the street to where it now resides today. And shortly after the inn began operations again, it became clear that the ghosts that haunt the establishment also made the move. The building is rumoured to be haunted by Charles Beaver, who is guilt after forcing his wife and daughter to run the business for decades, and returned to apologise. Employees and guests have seen a male apparition in a suit roaming the halls, as if looking for someone.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

4415 Pacific Way
Seaview, WA
United States

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46.33485530000001, -124.05507369999998
Pacific County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Long Beach, WA (1.2 mi.)
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Naselle, WA (11.8 mi.)
Warrenton, OR (13.3 mi.)
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Jeffers Garden, OR (15.9 mi.)
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