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 LIMITED TO THE FIRST 25 PEOPLE!
 
Due to the limited space Astoria Ghost Walk tickets are NOT included in the FIRST CLASS PASS and must be purchased separately.
We recommend buying tickets early because they will sell out!
 
 
 
On Sunday at 5:00 PM, Northwest ghost author Jeff Davis will give a ghost walk of downtown Astoria as a final treat for conference goers, who want one last paranormal thrill!

Astoria, possibly the oldest American settlement in Oregon State, with its roots going back to the War of 1812.  In its long history, Astoria has been a wide-open town with rough fishermen, salty ladies, and busy merchants and storekeepers above ground, and shanghaiers and soiled doves below.  Learn more about the paranormal history of Astoria.

This walk will take from 60 – 90 minutes.  It starts at the Fort Astoria Park, at the intersection of 15th and Exchange Street, and ends at the Captain George Flavel House Museum at 441 Eighth Street, Astoria.  The walk will cross the street several times, and there will be some uphill and downhill walking that may be difficult for some people.

(Astoria is about a 30 minutes from Seaside- Ticket holders are responsible for their own transportation to Astoria for this tour)

 

 


         
 

Jeff Davis has lived in the Peculiar World for most of his life.  As a boy, he decided to become an archaeologist and investigate the odd and unusual after watching the original Mummy movie, with Boris Karloff.  For many years, Jeff worked in the woods of Pacific Northwest’s Cascade Mountains, the home of Bigfoot.  Jeff has encountered many peculiar things while traveling around the world, visiting England, Italy, Bosnia, South Korea, Japan, and Southwest Asia.  Jeff has written, edited, or contributed to over a dozen books, including military history and the paranormal.  Some of his books include Weird Washington, and Weird Oregon.  He has been a guest on Coast to Coast AM, the History Channel show Haunted History, Ghost Adventures, and the Dead Files.

One of Jeff’s many books is Haunted Astoria, which he wrote in 2009.  In this book he shares stories of some of the places you will visit on his ghost walk.

 
 
 
Astoria Ghost Walk
March 31st, 5:00pm
 
Ticket(s): $15.00
(*Individual Tickets)
 
 
*INDIVIDUAL TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PICK UP AT THE BOX OFFICE ON-SITE, UNDER THE NAME OF THE PERSON WHO PURCHASED THEM. TICKETS WILL NOT BE SENT TO CUSTOMER.