McCully House Inn

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The ghost of an unknown woman has been seen in the hallways of this inn, reportedly the oldest home in Oregon operating as an inn. Also on the premises is the Déjà Vu Bistro & Wine Bar.

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240 E. California St
Jacksonville, OR
United States

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42.31353499999999, -122.96631300000001
Jackson County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
Jacksonville, OR (0.0 mi.)
Medford, OR (4.7 mi.)
Central Point, OR (5.0 mi.)
Ruch, OR (6.6 mi.)
Phoenix, OR (8.0 mi.)
Gold Hill, OR (9.2 mi.)
White City, OR (10.2 mi.)
Talent, OR (10.2 mi.)
Foots Creek, OR (10.8 mi.)
Rogue River, OR (13.5 mi.)

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  1. Stayed there a few years back with my hubby. The place had no other guests so management left us there alone overnight. I got thirsty, left our room to find water. 1/2 way down the small hall I felt a presence. Made a beeline back to our room. We heard muffled sounds a few times in the night. We loved our room, but the eeriness was too much for me.

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