Photos provided by Kristen with White Light Paranormal Insights
Ghost Hunting in Port Gamble
Many homes in Port Gamble are haunted and the Walker-Ames home is probably the town's most famously haunted residence.
Pete takes us on a tour of the Walker-Ames house and gives us a brief history of some of its non living occupants.
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This photo was taken by Ken G. during a Ghost Walk in 2013. The photo was taken on the second floor on the Walker-Ames Mansion from the Master Bedroom. Ken and tour guide Pete were the only (living) people on the second floor at the time the photo was taken. The apparition appears to be standing in a doorway to another bedroom and looks to be holding something white. Who do you think it is, and what are they holding?
Walker-Ames Mansion in Port Gamble, WA
A guided tour of Port Gamble highlighting the town's history of the paranormal. Includes tours of the more active buildings in town.
Must be 16+ to attend.
$25 per person, reservations not required. All sales are final and no refunds.
The tour starts at the Port Gamble Historic Museum at 7:00PM
BRING A FLASHLIGHT | DRESS FOR THE WEATHER
CAMERAS, METERS, etc. ARE WELCOME
Due to cancellations because of the outbreak of COVID19, a make-up Ghost Walk will be scheduled tentatively for Saturday June 20, 2020. If you were unable to attend ghost walks due to COVID19, this is your chance. CLICK HERE if you have any questions.
Spend three hours in the famed Walker-Ames House investigating the paranormal. Bring a flashlight and ghost hunting equipment for this rare opportunity. Must be 16+ to attend.
$35 per person and reservations required. All sales are final and no refunds.
Meet at the WALKER-AMES HOUSE at 7:00PM.
BRING A FLASHLIGHT | DRESS WARMLY | METERS, CAMERAS, etc. ARE WELCOME
Due to cancellations because of the outbreak of COVID19, a make-up Special Investigation will be scheduled tentatively for Saturday June 27, 2020. If you were unable to attend investigations due to COVID19, this is your chance. CLICK HERE if you have any questions.
This photo was taken in front of House 10, The Jackson House on Port Gamble's Rainier Ave during the 2013 Port Gamble Ghost Conference by attendee Connor H. See anything interesting in the windows?