The Oxford Saloon - Snohomish WA Real Haunts
The oxford saloon is a popular location for ghost enthusiasts. Customers often interact with the ghosts that reside within the saloon. Customers claim their tables and chairs are moved and sometimes a hand touches their shoulders. However, the saloon has a much darker history In the early 1900's a policeman named Henry was murdered when he attempted to break up a brawl. His ghost is believed to haunt the saloon. He is often spotted on the staircase and spying in the ladies room. The second floor of the Oxford is used for office space but it still the home to multiple ghosts. A man in a bowler hat and a woman named Kathleen live upstairs. There is also a third ghost, that of a woman named Amelia. According to legend, Amelia was a prostitute whose corpse was found in her closet. The cause of her death is undetermined and her ghost continued to haunt the saloon. In 2005 the Washington State Ghost society investigated the saloon and its second floor. Tape recordings and photos from the investigation reveal distorted images and disembodied voices.
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