Polson Museum

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Some say the 1924 house museum is haunted by a ghostly lady in white and, in the nursery, the ghost of a young child. The curator denies the claims that any ghosts reside here.

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1611 Riverside Ave
Hoquiam, WA 98550
United States

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46.97893, -123.88061399999998
Grays Harbor County, Washington
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  1. We lived in the House next door to the Polson Museum. I know for a fact that our home was haunted. My father saw a ghost of a woman upstairs in this house. The owners before us also saw ghost of a man that was down stairs.

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