Sumpter Bed and Breakfast

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This gold rush era building was built around 1900, and was formerly the town hospital. Now a delightful bed and breakfast inn, staff and guests have reported two apparitions throughout the establishment. The first is the apparition of a miner, who has been seen shaving in an upstairs bathroom. The second is a shadowy apparition known as ‘Jedidiah’, who does not want to communicate with people. His appearance is usually accompanied by disembodied footsteps and other strange noises.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

344 NE Columbia Street
Sumpter, OR
United States

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44.74748899999999, -118.19956400000001
Baker County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
Sumpter, OR (0.2 mi.)
Granite, OR (11.5 mi.)
Haines, OR (17.1 mi.)
Baker City, OR (18.0 mi.)
Unity, OR (21.4 mi.)
North Powder, OR (23.8 mi.)
Prairie City, OR (31.9 mi.)
Union, OR (35.8 mi.)
La Grande, OR (40.2 mi.)
Island City, OR (41.7 mi.)


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