This delightful quaint museum details the local history, and is believed to be haunted. Staff reported numerous paranormal occurrences, and called in a team of paranormal investigators to assist. The team recorded ghostly voices, strange music and a possessed piñata.
(Submitted by Callum Swift)
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- 4658 Highway 109
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- 47.2254286, -124.20920460000002
- Grays Harbor County, Washington
- Nearest Towns:
- Moclips, WA (0.8 mi.)
Pacific Beach, WA (1.2 mi.)
Copalis Beach, WA (8.0 mi.)
Taholah, WA (9.3 mi.)
Ocean City, WA (10.9 mi.)
Humptulips, WA (11.7 mi.)
Oyehut, WA (14.6 mi.)
Ocean Shores, WA (17.6 mi.)
Neilton, WA (20.1 mi.)
Amanda Park, WA (22.3 mi.)
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