Haunted Places in Hamilton, Washington



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    Northern State Hospital

    Sedro-Woolley, Washington

    9.9 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Northern State Mental Hospital opened in 1912, and was said to be the site of many deaths, at least partially due to experimental trans-orbital lobotomies. It operated as a hospital until 1976, and today the site holds a job corps and a drug rehab center...and some ghosts. A prankster ghost ...


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    Cascades Job Corp

    Sedro-Woolley, Washington

    10 miles from Hamilton, WA

    This site has just about every type of haunt imaginable, from a poltergeist named Frank who throws things, to spooky lights, to apparitions of a little girl playing ball and a man who searches for her. There are unexplained voices and cold chills, a haunted underground tunnel system, and much ...


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    Mount Baker Hotel

    Concrete, Washington

    11.2 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Witnesses describe the haunt at this hotel as 4-year-old little girl, who was said to be beaten to death by her mother. The apparition has red hair, a pink shirt and denim shorts, and she is said to (unsuccessfully) try to push guests down the stairs. At times, folks have ...


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    Mirkwood Cafe

    Arlington, Washington

    23.2 miles from Hamilton, WA

    This former church now houses an upbeat café and tattoo parlour, and is rumoured to be haunted. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Bayview Cemetery

    Bellingham, Washington

    25.9 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Among the legends connected with this cemetery are a floating apparition, hot spots and haunted monuments. One is called the Death Bed and rumor has it that anyone who lies on it will move their death closer. Another haunted monument, Angel Eyes, is believed to be home to a spirit ...


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    Stanwood Hotel and Saloon

    Stanwood, Washington

    26.1 miles from Hamilton, WA

    I lived there for a few years just a few houses down the road from it and worked directly across the street at my fathers restaurant which people also said was "haunted" we even had kids from the local school come ask us questions because it was apparently ...


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    The Bellingham Herald Building

    Bellingham, Washington

    27.3 miles from Hamilton, WA

    This historic heritage-listed building serves as the headquarters for the town newspaper, and dates back to 1926. The building is rumoured to be haunted, and features an elevator that moves around from floor to floor of its own accord. It is believed to be haunted by a former elevator ...


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    Mount Baker Theatre

    Bellingham, Washington

    27.4 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Witnesses describe voices, noises, apparitions, orbs, and cold spots in the corridors in this historic theater, which originally opened in 1927 and was renovated in 1996. Legend has it that where the theater was originally built, the home of a young woman named Judy had to be bulldozed to make ...


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    Spark Museum

    Bellingham, Washington

    27.5 miles from Hamilton, WA

    This haunted electrical pioneering museum features disembodied footsteps and a spook that plays musical instruments. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Old Town Cafe

    Bellingham, Washington

    27.5 miles from Hamilton, WA

    This delightfully quaint urban café is housed in a building dating back to the 1890's, and is rumoured to be haunted. Staff have reported the sound of piano music, dishes that float around the kitchen and a female apparition in a white dress on the second floor. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Anacortes Museum

    Anacortes, Washington

    28.8 miles from Hamilton, WA

    This historic museum houses maritime artefacts from the past of this fishing town, and is rumoured to be haunted. Some of the phenomena reported here includes disembodied footsteps, cold spots and the apparition of a former librarian, probably searching for an overdue book. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Trethewey House Heritage Site Museum

    Abbotsford, British Columbia

    38.8 miles from Hamilton, WA


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    Rucker Mansion

    Everett, Washington

    39.4 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Mrs. Rucker herself is believed to haunt Rucker Mansion. Reports say she leapt to her death from a bedroom window. She has been heard playing the piano.


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    Captain Whidbey Inn

    Coupeville, Washington

    39.7 miles from Hamilton, WA

    At this early 1900s inn, folks say the apparition of an older woman roams the halls. Witnesses also have heard the ghostly sound of girls laughing in one room, and in another, a ghost makes an impression in a bed. There is also said to be a haunted cabin on ...


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    Rosario Resort

    Eastsound, Washington

    41.3 miles from Hamilton, WA

    It's an unusual ghost who haunts this resort. Employees say the wife of a former owner of the building, before it became a resort, has been spotted on the second floor wearing a 1930s red dress and riding her motorcycle. She has also been seen on the third floor.


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    Cabbage Patch Restaurant

    Snohomish, Washington

    42.4 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Staff are aware of activity. We ate lunch there and my sister's coffee cup moved across the table.. on it's own. The staff say the old house used to be home to a family and the spirit is a little girl who fell off the upper staircase and died. (Submitted by Mary ...


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    The Oxford Saloon

    Snohomish, Washington

    42.4 miles from Hamilton, WA

    The historic saloon, built in 1900, was originally Blackman’s Dry Goods Store. But it's been a saloon (and, some say, bordello) since around 1910. Legend has it that a policeman named Henry was stabbed to death here while trying to break up a fight. His ghost is said to remain, ...


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    Orcas Hotel

    Hamilton, Washington

    44 miles from Hamilton, WA

    This delightful landmark hotel has been in operation for over a century, and has numerous ghost stories attached to its long and colourful past. The most significant is of former innkeeper Octavia Van Moorhem, who still keeps an eye on the establishment despite the fact that she passed away ...


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    CJ's Beach House

    Blaine, Washington

    44.4 miles from Hamilton, WA

    When I was doing an internship at CJs Beach House in 2013, I was getting the chef jackets and I was walking back down the stairs 3 or 4 steps away from the door I heard footsteps of someone behind me so I stopped and looked behind me and nothing ...


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    Water Street Hotel

    Port Townsend, Washington

    45 miles from Hamilton, WA

    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 ...


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    Ann Starrett Mansion Bed and Breakfast

    Port Townsend, Washington

    45 miles from Hamilton, WA

    This glorious 1899 mansion, now a hotel, is home to several resident spirits. The first is that of a red haired woman in a white gown, who has been seen floating through the hotel and on the stairs. She is believed to be the apparition of Ann Starrett, the namesake ...


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    Rothschild House Museum

    Port Townsend, Washington

    45.1 miles from Hamilton, WA

    From its construction in 1868 to 1959, the manor house has been home to various members of the Rothschild family, some of whom are still believed to haunt what is now a museum. Visitors to the house have heard slamming doors and felt cold spots, A sad entity has been ...


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    The Palace Hotel

    Port Townsend, Washington

    45.2 miles from Hamilton, WA

    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 ...


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    Holly Hill House

    Port Townsend, Washington

    45.2 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Although the bed and breakfast is no longer in operation and now a private residence, the spirits who haunt the historic manor house have not moved on. The apparition of a gentleman in old-fashioned clothing has been seen on the staircase, and in a bedroom on the uppers floor, the ...


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    Manresa Castle

    Port Townsend, Washington

    46.7 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Two ghosts are said to haunt Manresa Castle. The first is a young woman named Kate who is said to have leapt to her death from her room (306) in despair after her lover either failed to show up, or was killed. The other is the ghost of ...


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    Washington Avenue Grill

    White Rock, British Columbia

    49.8 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Two ghosts are said to visit Washington Avenue Grill: one, a young woman who died in a car accident in front of the establishment, and two, her beau, who committed suicide out of grief upon losing her. It is said that the woman's ghost comes out of the cemetery next ...


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    The Rock

    Lynnwood, Washington

    50.3 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Before this site was The Rock, it was The Tankee diner but before that it was a restaurant called "The crab tree" (something like that). The book keeper was embezzling money in the 50's. When the restaurant was going out of business she hung herself in the basement. Phenomenons: -a server claims ...


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    Maltby Cemetery

    Woodinville, Washington

    51.7 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Apparitions of women and children in ragged clothing have been reported at this cemetery, and legend tells of an old underground crypt that was once here. Teens who used the cemetery for a hangout said when you reached the bottom of the stairs and turned around, you could see a ...


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    Edmonds Theatre

    Edmonds, Washington

    52.3 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Built in the early 1900s, the theater was purchased and renovated by a new owner in the 1980s. Witnesses say a shadowy figure surrounded by a glowing aura appears walking down an aisle.


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    Bush House Country Inn

    Index, Washington

    52.4 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Although this inn is said to be closed for restoration, the 1889 inn is the home of a ghost named Annabel. When poor Annabel heard her soon-to-be husband was killed in an explosion while working in the nearby mines, and she hanged herself in distress. But as it turns out, ...


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    Hotel de Haro

    Friday Harbor, Washington

    53.4 miles from Hamilton, WA

    This 1886 hotel build by John McMillin was a famous stopping place for many, including the likes of Theodore Roosevelt. It is also home to a ghost woman who is said to walk the hotel halls. Another point of interest here is the McMillin mausoleum in the nearby woods, which ...


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    Roche Harbor Resort

    Roche Harbor, Washington

    53.5 miles from Hamilton, WA

    The ghost in residence here is Mrs. Beanning, a one-time governess for former owner John S. MacMillan. Mrs. Beanning's ashes were in an urn on the mantle, but when the new owners moved her urn to the family crypt, Mrs. Beanning's spirit was not amused. Since then, she plays pranks ...


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    Walker-Ames House

    Poulsbo, Washington

    53.6 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Port Gamble was founded in 1853 by Maine businessmen Pope and Talbot. They established a saw mill in 1853 that ran until 1995 making it the longest running saw mill in U.S. history. The town of Port Gamble has always been and still is a company-owned town and is one ...


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    Chateau Ste. Michelle

    Kirkland, Washington

    55.2 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery Manor House was built on land once owned by lumber and dairy baron Fredrick Stimson, and the early 1900s Stimson mansion still remains on the land. A folk legend tells of Mr. Stimson's affair with a servant named Elizabeth, who became pregnant. When Mrs. Stimson found ...


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    Carnation Cemetery

    Carnation, Washington

    60.1 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Among the eerie things reported in this cemetery are disembodied footsteps and whispers, the apparition of a woman in a white dress (sometimes with a young boy), apparitions that show up in your peripheral vision and unexplained pains suffered by visitors.


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    Victoria Golf Club

    Victoria, British Columbia

    60.5 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Victoria Golf Club has a spooky story. Locals say that in 1936, nurse Doris Gravlin, age 30, was strangled on the fairway. The murderer? Her estranged husband, who left her body on a shore near the seventh green. Doris was found five days later, and her husband's body was ...


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    Tod House

    Victoria, British Columbia

    60.6 miles from Hamilton, WA

    The home of Hudson's Bay Company's John Tod, built in 1850, was once said to be haunted by a native woman in chains. The ghost, according to reports, no longer haunts the site.


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    College Inn

    Seattle, Washington

    61.7 miles from Hamilton, WA

    This inn, originally built in 1909, boasts a haunted pub. A musical male ghost has been seen there, and it's said that he also may be heard playing the piano when no one else is in the room.


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    Riverview Hospital

    Coquitlam, British Columbia

    62.3 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Although it closed in 2012, Riverview Hospital, a mental health facility, was said to be haunted by former patients and staff members. Witnesses noticed voices, shadow figures, footsteps, strange lights and objects that move by themselves. Some witnesses were poked, touched, or felt they were being observed by something unseen. ...


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    Ross Bay Cemetery

    Victoria, British Columbia

    62.3 miles from Hamilton, WA

    The Victorian Ross Bay Cemetery has some well-known ghosts, like David Fee, killed on the St. Andrews Cathedral steps Christmas Eve 1890, and Isabella Ross, the first female BC landowner, who owned this land before the cemetery was here. An unknown elderly Victorian couple are seen on the cemetery's west ...


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    Craigdarroch Castle

    Victoria, British Columbia

    62.4 miles from Hamilton, WA

    The late-1800s Craigdarroch Castle is large and haunted, just as a castle should be. It has 39 rooms in over 25,000 square feet, and was built for the family of coal magnate Robert Dunsmuir, although both he and architect Warren Heywood Williams died before it was finished. Its ghost is ...


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    Langham Court Theatre

    Victoria, British Columbia

    62.7 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Langham Court Theatre, a playhouse since 1929, is haunted by a ghost known as the Lady in the Loft, seen by both theater staff and patrons.


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    The Keg Restaurant

    New Westminster, British Columbia

    62.9 miles from Hamilton, WA

    The Keg Restaurant serves up steaks, prime rib, and maybe a ghost or two. Once a railroad station, the historic building is said to have a ghost girl upstairs, a spectral lady walking through the front area, and a lady's face that appears in a mirror.


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    Pioneer Square Park - Quadra St Cemetery

    Victoria, British Columbia

    63.1 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Pioneer Square, aka the Old Burying Ground, is where, between 1855 and 1873, thousands of bodies were buried with tiny tombstones. The ghost of a woman has been seen here, along with one of a prominent man, R.B. Johnson, a founding father of Victoria. His ghost re-enacts his death: He ...


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    Irving House

    New Westminster, British Columbia

    63.1 miles from Hamilton, WA

    The historic Irving house, built in 1865, was the home of Captain Irving and his family. Witnesses have felt a sensation of being watched and have reported strange noises, shivering walls, voices, and a strange indentation that appears in the master bedroom bed. The ghost of Captain Irving himself is ...


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    Skykomish Hotel

    Kent, Washington

    63.2 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Reports say this hotel is no longer open, but it used to be a bed-and-breakfast where a Blue Lady walked, and maybe still walks. She is said to have been a prostitute in the days when the location was a speakeasy, and was killed by her new boyfriend, who flew ...


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    Royal Theatre

    Victoria, British Columbia

    63.3 miles from Hamilton, WA

    A ghostly man has been seen at the Royal Theatre, a 1913 opera house and concert hall. Some witnesses also have felt as if they were being stabbed.


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    St. Ann's Academy

    Victoria, British Columbia

    63.3 miles from Hamilton, WA

    St. Ann’s Academy's oldest building, the chapel, was constructed in 1858. It was moved to its present spot and the rest of the school was built around it in 1871. Witnesses here report such ghostly activity as dark figures in doorways and unexplained singing in the middle of the night.


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    Hotel Rialto

    Victoria, British Columbia

    63.3 miles from Hamilton, WA

    The 1911 Hotel Rialto was originally Hotel Douglas up until December 2007. A mysterious knocking sound comes from the door to the basement, set in an area where only employees can reach it. According to reports, the ghostly knocking has come about because the basement was once used as a ...


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    Bernie Legge Theater

    New Westminster, British Columbia

    63.4 miles from Hamilton, WA

    Bernie Legge Theater is said to have a ghostly Lady in White in the main theater, and some folks have heard disembodied footsteps on the stage. Other witnesses have felt an unexplained and extreme need to get out of the building.


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