The Palace Hotel

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The Palace Hotel was formerly a brothel that closed down during the war, when it was refurbished and opened as a historic hotel. The Palace Hotel is believed to be haunted by at least ten spirits, including the former sea captain who constructed the hotel. The most well known apparition seen in the hotel is the ghost of a lady in an old-fashioned blue dress. She mostly appears in Room #3 and #4, and her presence is often accompanied by the aroma of perfume. The doors of these rooms often fly open at night when there is no one around, and people staying in these rooms have reported hearing moans and having their beds shake violently. A happy presence is felt on the lower floor of the hotel, and is believed to be that of Captain Tibbals, the former owner and builder of the hotel. In Room #3, people have reported seeing an old woman in a black dress standing near the stove in the kitchen of the room, but when they approach her, she vanishes. The ghost of friendly little boy, known to staff as Adam, has been seen running around on the third floor of the hotel before fading away, along with a menacing shadowy apparition that has been known to follow guests throughout the third floor corridor. In the hotel basement, the apparition of a homeless man wearing a plaid shirt has been seen by staff. The former owners of the hotel had given him a residence in the hotel, and after he passed away, he returned to the hotel and has haunted the building ever since. The apparition of an Indian woman and her ghostly children haunt various levels of the building, where they apparently died in a fire. Various other misty apparitions and paranormal activity have been reported in the historic hotel.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
1004 Water St
Port Townsend, WA 98368
United States

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GPS:
48.11411529999999, -122.75787919999999
County:
Jefferson County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Port Townsend, WA (0.2 mi.)
Marrowstone, WA (5.3 mi.)
Port Hadlock-Irondale, WA (5.8 mi.)
Coupeville, WA (8.0 mi.)
Camano, WA (11.4 mi.)
Freeland, WA (12.9 mi.)
Blyn, WA (13.1 mi.)
Oak Harbor, WA (13.4 mi.)
Port Ludlow, WA (13.5 mi.)
Jamestown, WA (15.2 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.palacehotelpt.com/

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  1. My wife/girlfriend stayed at the Palace a couple years ago. the receptionist said we were to sleep in Lucy’s room. Awesome room and great atmosphere. We went out for dinner and drinks and came back to the room for some after hours fun. It was the best sex night ever for both of us.. I felt like there was a female presence cheering me on lol… very exhilarating. Yes we will be going back !!!!

  2. Stayed in 7b miss Sara’s room last night. Caught an awesome orb(so far, still need to go through video) At 4:34am was awoken by my Rem Pod going off!! It first went off twice then I said thank you and it went off again!! By far the best paranormal event I have witnessed yet. 🙂 Will definitely go back there! Brian H.

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