The Cape Horn Grange (Washington State Highway 14) Sometimes the story of a haunting is not the historical background or events that lead to the formation of a ghost. Sometimes it is the events or experiences of the people who perceive the ghost that really make the story. Pat has been sensitive to the supernatural since he was a child. Many children seem to have the gift of seeing ghosts and spirits but it usually fades over time. This is not true in Pat's case. Even at the age of 39 he… Washington State
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tonehenge State Park (in the vicinity of mile marker 102 on Washington State Highway 14) What makes a place sacred or a spiritual center? Are some sacred places naturally high in supernatural energy that can be detected by sensitive people who travel there? Or can we go to any place and worship, and the power of our own belief then makes the place sacred. Or are both theories true? This question may be answered at the Stonehenge monument built by Sam Hill from the 1910s to 1930.
Somewhere in the wilds of Washington State is a bizarre geographic anomaly that locals believe may well be a gateway into another dimension. While the legend of the Devil’s Hole allegedly goes back for decades… if not centuries… the public at large did not become aware of the phenomenon until 1997, when legendary radio host and paranormal enthusiast, Art Bell, invited a man named Mel Waters to be interviewed on his globally syndicated radio program Coast to Coast AM.
Those traveling to Washington and looking to get spooked will find that there are plenty of haunted places. As one of the states with more than a few paranormal research societies, Washington has a wealth of haunted locales that can be visited on tours that give visitors historical insight and maybe a few chills.