Rogue Ales Public House

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This brew pub is located on the pier of a former cannery that employed children as labourers. A little girl once fell off the pier and drowned in an accident, and staff and patrons to the pub believe she still haunts the general area where she passed away. Around closing time and often after hours, staff have witnessed lights turning on and off of their own accord, and have heard ghostly laughter.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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100 39th Street
Astoria, OR
United States

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46.1967031, -123.7973412
Clatsop County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
Astoria, OR (1.7 mi.)
Jeffers Garden, OR (4.4 mi.)
Warrenton, OR (6.4 mi.)
Hammond, OR (7.4 mi.)
Altoona, WA (8.3 mi.)
Chinook, WA (8.8 mi.)
Naselle, WA (11.7 mi.)
Deep River, WA (11.8 mi.)
Rosburg, WA (12.0 mi.)
Gearhart, OR (13.1 mi.)


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  1. When visiting the brewery, my husband and I were walking through the cannery looking at the displays. I had to use the rest room and asked my husband to stand at the door since no one else was around and it was eerie. When in the rest room I heard someone walk out and thought I didn’t realize anyone was in there with me. I went out the door and asked my husband who came out and he said no one.

  2. When i was at the brewery me and my friends decided to ask if we could use the place for a video shoot. It quickly escilated to a ghost hunt when our props started to move and cameras started to drain. We had a friend nearby get our ghost hunting equptment and our spirt box when haywire. Giving us amazing information and actuall responces. It was amazing and terrifying to hear all the diferent voices (there was three).

  3. Oregon Visitor  |  

    I have been here many times because the food beats the spooky feelings. But I refuse to go to the bathrooms. The first time I did I felt an awful feeling just walking thru the building to get to them, and once inside I felt like I was being watched. I definitely didn’t feel welcome.

  4. I’m visiting the Pacific Northwest and traveling through Astoria. A friend of mine suggested Pier 39 to see sea lions. (Sadly, the sea lions are not here today.) I wasn’t aware of the history here and really didn’t know what to expect. Just walking through the hallways, you get a sense of something other worldly present. It’s not a negative feeling…but just ‘there’. I’m sitting down in the coffee house for a few minutes to enjoy a chai and a quiche. I decided to look up online haunted stories about this place…and sure enough! People have experienced ghosts here. I can tell. I can feel it. Maybe I’ll have my own experience on my way back to my car?

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