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 was there. I was getting scared then was about to leave the stairway and all of a sudden I felt a hand touch my hip… it felt ice cold. The workers at CJ’s Beach House warned me about the ghost they called “Claire.” She turns on and off the dishwasher. Every time I went up the stairs I saw her the most from the corner of my eye. A long time ago CJ’s Beach House was a brothel. One of the workers had gotten a picture of her.
(Submitted by Madison W.)
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- 7878 Birchbay Drive
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- 48.9279508, -122.74444819999997
- Whatcom County, Washington
- Nearest Towns:
- Birch Bay, WA (0.7 mi.)
Blaine, WA (4.5 mi.)
Custer, WA (4.9 mi.)
Ferndale, WA (9.0 mi.)
Marietta, WA (12.3 mi.)
Marietta-Alderwood, WA (12.9 mi.)
Lynden, WA (13.3 mi.)
Point Roberts, WA (15.6 mi.)
Bellingham, WA (16.5 mi.)
Everson, WA (18.2 mi.)
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