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Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Oregon's haunted coast

From The Beach Connection:

For almost 100 years, the old Hotel Seaside (later named The Seasider) was a grandiose, beautiful building that was a sort of centerpiece to Seaside, at the Turnaround. So it's no surprise that place acquired tales of apparitions and otherworldly guests over the years. There were numerous spirits that purportedly haunted it. These days, the Shilo Inn sits in that spot. But when the old hotel was torn down, the spooks moved to Girtle's Restaurant, just down the street on Broadway, according to owner Bob Girtle. He recounted numerous stories of otherworldly happenings in the restaurant, having seen them himself or coming from various employees who tell their own tales. They talk of seeing the mysterious shadows of feet walking behind the door of a closed-off area of the kitchen, visible from the small space between the floor and the door. This happens when it's not possible anyone else is in there, say Bob and his crew. They don't even check that room anymore when they see the shadows.


Blogger Bella said...

There is a hotel near me that I am dying to stay at. No pun intended. I have heard so much spooky stuff about it. I have dined in the restaurant but nothing ever happened. I guess I must stay there in order to witness anything if infact it is haunted like they say.

1/03/2006 02:58:00 PM  

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