Argyle Winery

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The Argyle Winery is haunted by a female ghost, whose apparition is seen often. Employees report smelling flowery perfume in the house, laughter comes from empty rooms, lights turn on and off, footsteps can be heard upstairs when no one is there, and gusts of air blow through the house when it is still outside. Staff also reports that glasses have been heard breaking and shattering in other rooms, but when investigated no glass can be found. This apparition is believed to be that of a young woman, who committed suicide by drinking carbolic acids over a century ago.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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691 South West Hwy 99W
Dundee, OR
United States

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45.2779932, -123.01005229999998
Yamhill County, Oregon
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Dundee, OR (0.0 mi.)
Newberg, OR (2.4 mi.)
Saint Paul, OR (4.9 mi.)
Dayton, OR (5.1 mi.)
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Carlton, OR (8.2 mi.)
Butteville, OR (8.3 mi.)
Donald, OR (9.2 mi.)
Yamhill, OR (9.7 mi.)
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