Rag & Bone Thrift Shop

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This thrift shop is haunted by a playful spirit, who has been known to move objects around and tousle peoples hair.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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1011 Seventh Ave
Seaside, OR
United States

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45.998585, -123.91785700000003
Clatsop County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
Seaside, OR (0.4 mi.)
Gearhart, OR (1.8 mi.)
Cannon Beach, OR (7.7 mi.)
Jeffers Garden, OR (10.8 mi.)
Warrenton, OR (11.5 mi.)
Astoria, OR (13.7 mi.)
Hammond, OR (14.0 mi.)
Neahkahnie Beach, OR (18.6 mi.)
Chinook, WA (19.0 mi.)
Nehalem, OR (19.3 mi.)


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  1. A few years ago my family and I were looking around in the Rag and Bone. I felt something brush against my hair, I thought it was my husband but when I turned around there was nobody behind me.
    Creepy now that I think about it!

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