Ye Olde Castle Restaurant

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The building was originally a house in the early 1800’s, but is now an antique shop and restaurant. The ghost haunts here is believed to be a past resident. She is a lady in a blue dress, who stares at people before vanishing and reappearing somewhere else in the restaurant. She is believed to be the guardian of the restaurant, and looks after the owners and the people who dine there.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
186 West Monroe St
Burns, OR
United States

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GPS:
43.5860399, -119.05640629999999
County:
Harney County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
Burns, OR (0.1 mi.)
Hines, OR (2.0 mi.)
Crane, OR (26.7 mi.)
Seneca, OR (38.1 mi.)
Juntura, OR (50.0 mi.)
Canyon City, OR (55.8 mi.)
Mount Vernon, OR (57.5 mi.)
John Day, OR (57.6 mi.)
Prairie City, OR (63.0 mi.)
Dayville, OR (65.4 mi.)

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