E.G Rogers Restaurant

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This delightful restaurant may have closed down, but was formerly a boarding house, and is allegedly haunted by a male apparition who died in a fight on the grounds. Employees and diners claimed to have seen the spook ascending an invisible staircase.

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1702 Commercial Street
Steilacoom, WA
United States

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47.173372, -122.59884
Pierce County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Steilacoom, WA (0.3 mi.)
Ketron, WA (1.6 mi.)
Custer, WA (3.4 mi.)
Lakewood, WA (3.8 mi.)
Fort Lewis, WA (4.6 mi.)
Lakeview, WA (4.8 mi.)
University Place, WA (4.9 mi.)
DuPont, WA (5.5 mi.)
Fox Island, WA (5.6 mi.)
McChord Air Force Base, WA (5.7 mi.)


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  1. I have worked at ER Rogers for years. I would always hear foot steps early in the morning when know one else was there. And also the doors would open and close. And you would always hear strange noises. The ghost who haunted this restraunt’s name was Katherine.

  2. James M. Arkell  |  

    It’s no a Male inside this building it is a female formally the original owners wife mrs Rodgers. Out side may of witnessed the chiefs ghost from the gallows. I grew up here
    And my bloodline is of the original settlers here. My great great grandfather was the Dupont dynamite mine heroes. He got everyone out before it blew up he died in the explosion though.

  3. Kelly D Krumpe  |  

    I was an audible alarm monitor working graveyard. I heard voices which were picked up on the glass break detectors which caused just a sound based alarm that can be reset. I reset it and seconds later an actual glass beak detector alarmed! I began recording and could hear shuffling and muffled voices. When the police showed up, the glass had been broken in front window from the inside out!!
    The place was still a restaurant and closed for the night 3 hours before the alarm.

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