fbpx
Haunted Journeys

Chateau at the Oregon Caves

Chateau at the Oregon Caves

Cave Junction, Oregon
97523 USA

Add to Favorites

Our Badges

History

Cave Junction, OR is home to one of the most haunted places in the state, Chateau at the Oregon Caves. Come Explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.

The History

This beautiful rustic building date back to 1934. This 6th-floor stunning rustic property built between the steep banks of a creek-bed, spanning the stream like a dam. The stream actually runs through the dining room. The building with its site and location does have a creepy feeling. With creaking floors, the entire building produces strange noises as it expands and contracts the wooden logs it is built with. To reach the top floor hallway you must climb a steep and narrow staircase. When you reach it, you will find a narrow and dim hall, with a strange window to nowhere that stares out from the ceiling. No light can come through since it looks up into the dark attic.

A popular story is told of a couple, back in the 1930s, that stayed in Room 310 for their honeymoon. On their first night, the groom took the likings of the maid and was caught in a heated embrace with the hired help. His new bride, Elizabeth, hung herself in sorrow in this room. Other renditions of the tale describe a different mode of suicide. It says she leaped to her death from the window of her sixth-floor room.

The Hauntings

Wish to book the most spirited room? Ask for Room 310. The room itself is a bit ominous. An attic-style room, it has a dormer window set high in the steep roof. The window fully opens by swinging into the room over the bed, making it the roof very accessible. Above all, the room tainted with the emotional scenes of infidelity is said to hold its chilling energies from the suicide that occurred here.

This is Elizabeth's room which she has never left. Known to be a poltergeist type, she does not have a cheerful spirit. The good news is that she does not interact negatively with the guests ... too much! Usually, whenever guests check-in, she leaves the room and wanders the hallways. She is said to often go hide in the third-floor linen closet, where she moans and cries. Some have found her in the kitchen, where she will dropping particles on the heads of the kitchen staff. Those that don't believe her story are said to be her targets.

There are times she does go back to her room, and she will display her discontent. Couples checked into Room 310 is awakened by the sounds of someone walking in the room or the hall right outside their door. Guest tell of having unpacked bags repacked while they are away from the room for a short while. Employees report that the furniture mysteriously gets rearranged or even displaced into the hallway.

 

More chilling reads about Haunted Oregon...

 

Ghosthunting Oregon (America's Haunted Road Trip) Paperback – September 16, 2014 by Donna Stewart  (Author)     Haunted Oregon: Ghosts and Strange Phenomena of the Beaver State (Haunted Series) Paperback – June 1, 2014     Spooky Oregon: Tales of Hauntings, Strange Happenings, and Other Local Lore Paperback – August 1, 2018

 

Understand This:

This property, as part of our network, has been added for they may have history, validation, or folk tales of having spirited activities. Please take caution in approaching and visiting these locations, since courtesy, respect, and caution should be a top priority in every Haunted Investigator's style. Also do realize, some of these places may have permanently closed, changed ownership and/or names, or just are not available for your visits. Please respect this.

We are not responsible for the accuracy of the information provided on this listing, but offer it as a first step in finding your next haunted travel destination. Please do confirm with the property before making any plans to visit.

If you visit, tour, or investigate this property (or any of our properties), we are not responsible or held liable for any outcomes, lack of evidence, or injuries associated with your travels. This is only for entertainment purposes, and information provided is only as found in public domains (or as offered by the associated contributor (as a claimed property).

For more information, please read our TERMS OF SERVICE (linked below).

 

 

Please select from the tags below to see more listings like this.

MAP
Date added: Jan/24/2017 | Last time updated: Jun/30/2020
 There are no reviews yet. Be the first to review Chateau at the Oregon Caves.

Don't See Your Business or Favorite Haunt Listed?

Hello! Please Log In


    facebook instagram pinterest tumblr twitter

We participate in several affiliate programs, including the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. All of our affiliate programs are intended to provide a means for us to earn small fees by offering respected, relevant and useful products to our readers. These efforts will not be an extra cost to you and are paid directly by the advertiser as commission. Thank you for providing the opportunity to offer these products and services to you, while helping us to sustain our content delivery efforts on this website.