Yaquina Bay Lighthouse

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Although some say the story is a work of fiction, Muriel Trevenard is the ghost who some believe to haunt Yaquina Bay Lighthouse. As the legend goes, Muriel was visiting the lighthouse with her friend Harold. As they left, she realized she left her handkerchief and went back in. Harold heard her scream and rushed in after her, but she was nowhere to be found.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Yaquina Bay Lighthouse
Newport, OR
United States

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GPS:
44.624167450809466, -124.06301772596635
County:
Lincoln County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
Newport, OR (1.0 mi.)
Toledo, OR (6.1 mi.)
Siletz, OR (9.7 mi.)
Depoe Bay, OR (12.7 mi.)
Waldport, OR (13.6 mi.)
Lincoln Beach, OR (15.7 mi.)
Yachats, OR (21.7 mi.)
Lincoln City, OR (23.2 mi.)
Summit, OR (23.8 mi.)
Blodgett, OR (26.8 mi.)

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  1. I visited this Lighthouse 2 years ago, as we were getting ready to leave, all 3 of us heard a blood curtling scream, could this have been Muriel?

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