Walker-Ames House - Port Gamble WA Real Haunted Places
- 32340 Rainier Ave NE
- Port Gamble, WA
The Walker-Ames house has become famous among the community for its paranormal activity. The house has been the focus of paranormal investigations since the 1950's. It has been the subject of an episode of TV's "My Ghost Story," the setting of both "ZMD: Zombie of Mass Destruction," the young adult Empty Coffin series and the psychological thriller, Squatter. The basement of the house is believed to be particularly haunted. One crew member emerged from the darkness with a dusty handprint on her leg. She claimed to have been grabbed while downstairs. Pedestrians have spotted the apparitions of three small children in the upstairs windows. The attic lights also flicker on and off when no one is home. The house overall emits an ominous sense of dread. Organized tours of the house are available for ghost enthusiasts.
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Eight years ago I was apart of Tacoma paranormal society. Our group investigated this house. We had doors slam on us that were being held open with heavy weights, one guy became very dizzy and nauseated, furniture moving around up stairs. We had all of out experienced recorded. So yes I 100% know this place is haunted.Posted 5/2/21
5 out of 6 found this review helpful
Run down and dirty. Take those Christmas items down already!
Wow, this is really run down with must and dirt and garbage. It needs a good scrubbing and a lot of restoration. Outside is lovely.Posted 8/9/20
4 out of 6 found this review helpful
good information on the tour. We really enjoyed the experience and would like to go back. No strange things happened on our particular tour, but I don't doubt for a second this residence is haunted. Thanks PetePosted 1/17/20
3 out of 4 found this review helpful
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