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Ghosts of The Dalles

INVESTIGATOR Heather Maurin, right, reports a cold feeling and a sense that someone is sitting beside her as she and Miranda Pollock attempt to communicate with ghosts in the vacant upstairs of a downtown The Dalles building. At top right, Pollock uses a gauge to seek out electromagnetic field readings.

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INVESTIGATOR Heather Maurin, right, reports a cold feeling and a sense that someone is sitting beside her as she and Miranda Pollock attempt to communicate with ghosts in the vacant upstairs of a downtown The Dalles building. At top right, Pollock uses a gauge to seek out electromagnetic field readings.



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Miranda Pollock uses a gauge to seek out electromagnetic field readings.

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MULTIPLE ORBS appear on a photo from an unused hallway in downtown The Dalles. Ghost investigators believe they are images of spirits lingering in the space.

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A DARK CORNER of Clock Tower Ales basement reveals an orb in photography.

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JEFF GADLEY, right, leads Paul Janson upstairs at Clock Tower Ales, where ghost sightings have been reported.

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GORGE PARANORMAL Society investigators and staff pose beneath the hangman’s noose decor of the Clock Tower Ales, former home of the Wasco County Courthouse, jail and public hangings.

In the days before routine automobile ownership allowed cities to sprawl in single-family suburban style, The Dalles was a much more compact city, with downtown businesses established on the ground floors of buildings, and living quarters built on the upper two or three stories...

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