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Astoria, Oregon

Do you have a fear of dolls? Then you should run away from The Doll Asylum as fast as you can!

Welcome to The Doll Asylum. They’re a place for the old, the decrepit, the forgotten…the insane. They try to fix the dolls that they can, and provide a refuge for those they can’t. In 2015, their collection topped 1,000 dolls, and it grows every year.


This haunted house in Oregon was founded in 1867 by Dr. Hermann Reinhardt. Its purpose was to receive dolls who were abandoned, neglected, or most importantly, showing signs of psychotic or murderous behavior. Dr. Reinhardt created dolls as a hobby, and thought that he could bridge the gap between inanimate and animate and stomp out the dark thoughts that lay beneath… He was unsuccessful back in his day, but Dr. Reinhardt did establish a home for the most unwanted dolls. His actions have likely protected society at large from dangerous threats.

The Doll Asylum continues Dr. Reinhardt’s tradition and cares for these dolls all year round. They open their doors to the public for four days a year to show what his good work has wrought. They cannot guarantee your safety of mind or spirit, but they will have cookies!

Do you dare to step inside? Or will you find yourself running for your life from these simple children’s toys?




Hubbard, Oregon

Milburn’s Haunted Manor is one of the biggest haunted houses in OR. They have haunted attractions and spooky activities for the whole family!

The first haunted house here is simply called The Manor. In the Fall of 1927, the small town of Hubbard, Oregon was shocked by its first murder suicide. Suzie Milburn, the daughter of Ida and Wilhelm Milburn, viciously murdered and dismembered her parents in the night before hanging herself in the parlor.

The extent of the heinous crime was so brutal that Milburn Manor was boarded up and left to rot. No one wanted to purchase the estate for fear of the evil that lingers there. However, there are rumors of lights within the manor, and some say the tormented spirit of little Suzie has come home, that she wanders the dark halls of the old manor, cursed to relive the horrors of that fated night. Will you be able to break the curse, or will you become Suzie’s next victim?

Next, check out The Dark. Here, you’ll wander in areas of complete darkness where only ghouls and zombies can see you… It’s a total immersion experience, and those who are afraid of the dark or are claustrophobic may not make it out! When you’re walking through The Dark, you’ll never know what will come next. There’s no place to hide!

Milburn’s Haunted Manor also has a pumpkin patch that’s illuminated during the night. You can also get refreshments at The Graveside Grill or check out their free photo booth.

Can you survive little Suzie and the monsters in the darkness? Or will you be their next Halloween prey at this haunted house in Portland?




Portland, Oregon

Did you know that Portland is the most haunted city on the West Coast? Why not see if you can find any real ghosts?

Portland Ghosts is the #1 rated ghost tour in Portland. They present some of the finest ghost stories on their one-hour tour to eight exciting locations. You can also extend your tour to add four extra stops to up your chance of finding a ghost! It’s a unique way to learn about the city’s history while still feeling a chill up your spine.

Portland began its life during the mid-1800s as a vital port on the Willamette River, with ships coming in from the Pacific to load up with valuable commodities from the region. These ships often didn’t have the full crews they needed to sail the seas, and sailors regularly jumped ship as soon as they came into port to look for better opportunities away from the harsh sea life.

This is where the cruel practice of Shanghaiing came in. Men would be drugged, kidnapped, and sold to captains in need of a crew. Women were also the victims of human trafficking, often forced into illicit work at their cruel captors’ hands. Many unfortunate people died from the cruel atrocities, and their spirits still haunt the last places they saw before they died. Plus, some ghosts return to their long lost home if their lives were lost at sea.

One of the stops along the way is Old Town Pizza. Currently, it’s the site of a popular pizza restaurant. However, this building was originally known as the Merchant Hotel. In that hotel, a beautiful woman was brutally murdered in the late 1800s. You’ll hear the story connecting her to the Shanghai Tunnels that run below your feet. Old Town Pizza remains her eternal home as sightings of her ghost continue to this day…

You’ll also visit Kells Irish Pub. It’s also connected to the infamous Shanghai Tunnels, which makes it a prime spot for eerie visitations and paranormal activity. You’ll hear the story of the tragic event that preceded the arrival of one of the pub’s most famous ghosts. You can also learn about what the employees and patrons have witnessed in the darkened, underground cigar room.

Another famous location on the tour is the Benson Hotel. It’s a treasured Portland landmark that has more than its fair share of ghosts. From the former owner of the building to a small boy who likes to play mischievous tricks on hotel guests, there’s plenty to choose from. Your guide will reveal frightening tales of sightings that will either make you want to book a reservation soon or walk away quickly, looking back over your shoulder…

Ready to see all of the haunted houses in Portland? These tours run year round, so there’s no better time than the present!

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