Water Street Hotel

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Located in the historic H.D. Hill building in downtown Port Townsend, this hotel has had it’s fair share of haunted activity. There have been many cases of people taking pictures of orbs as well as several sightings of men in top hats walking the halls at night only to wall right into and through a wall. Strange sounds in the lobby area at night have also been heard by the staff as well as guests staying at the hotel. There are at least 3 confirmed deaths that have taken place in this building at reports that one of the dead still wonders around the building.

(Submitted by Grymm Dupp)

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Geographic Information

635 Water St
Port Townshend, WA
United States

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48.1151637, -122.7540022
Jefferson County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Port Townsend, WA (0.3 mi.)
Marrowstone, WA (5.2 mi.)
Port Hadlock-Irondale, WA (5.9 mi.)
Coupeville, WA (7.9 mi.)
Camano, WA (11.2 mi.)
Freeland, WA (12.8 mi.)
Blyn, WA (13.3 mi.)
Oak Harbor, WA (13.3 mi.)
Port Ludlow, WA (13.5 mi.)
Jamestown, WA (15.4 mi.)


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