Hood River Hotel

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This historic hotel is the oldest inn in town, an is rumoured to be haunted by a former owner. Activity reported here includes disembodied footsteps, phantom phone calls when the reception desk in unattended and doors that open and close of their own accord.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

102 Oak Street
Hood River, OR
United States

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45.7089989, -121.5114491
Hood River County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
Hood River, OR (0.5 mi.)
White Salmon, WA (1.8 mi.)
Bingen, WA (2.3 mi.)
Mosier, OR (5.8 mi.)
Odell, OR (5.9 mi.)
Lyle, WA (10.9 mi.)
Rowena, OR (12.0 mi.)
Mount Hood, OR (12.1 mi.)
Parkdale, OR (13.7 mi.)
Chenoweth, OR (14.1 mi.)


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  1. Hey I just stayed at the Hood River Hotel in Oregon and we heard the door knobs turning and the bathroom door would move on its on and we heard footsteps at 3am

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