Del Norte County Historical Museum

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The historical museum served as the county jail from 1926 until 1963, and is rumoured to be haunted. Activity is mainly confined to the upper floor, where several original cells have been preserved.

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577 H Street
Crescent City, CA
United States

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41.75423110000001, -124.19929680000001
Del Norte County, California
Nearest Towns:
Crescent City, CA (0.2 mi.)
Bertsch-Oceanview, CA (2.1 mi.)
Hiouchi, CA (7.1 mi.)
Smith River, CA (12.3 mi.)
Gasquet, CA (13.4 mi.)
Klamath, CA (17.8 mi.)
Harbor, OR (21.0 mi.)
Brookings, OR (21.1 mi.)
Orick, CA (33.1 mi.)
O'Brien, OR (33.4 mi.)


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  1. We actually went there and while looking in the cells we hear the type writers typing when I just left that room saying if anyone is here please let us know, we immediately went to the room and there was not a soul in there or any where on the top floor!

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