Jacksonville Inn

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This gold rush era inn was built in the nineteenth century, and was one of the first buildings in the town to be listed as a historic national landmark. The building is rumoured to be haunted by the apparition of a severe elderly woman in an old-fashioned dress, who has been seen wandering through the hallways and has even been known to appear in the bistro and scold diners with poor table etiquette.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

175 East California Street
Jacksonville, OR
United States

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42.3142411, -122.96712379999997
Jackson County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
Jacksonville, OR (0.1 mi.)
Medford, OR (4.8 mi.)
Central Point, OR (5.0 mi.)
Ruch, OR (6.6 mi.)
Phoenix, OR (8.1 mi.)
Gold Hill, OR (9.2 mi.)
White City, OR (10.1 mi.)
Talent, OR (10.3 mi.)
Foots Creek, OR (10.8 mi.)
Rogue River, OR (13.4 mi.)


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  1. I heard the struggling breaths in the ladies room tonite. Heard the bathroom door open and steps and breathing . No one went into the next stall and no one left the restroom. Came out of the stall no one was there. Very loud and clear strained breathing

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