Flavel House

441 8th St., Astoria, Oregon 97103

Built in 1885 by Captain George Flavel, this victorian era home is now a museum.

Caretakers of the house have reported that the house's old inhabitants are still there. There has been reports of desembodied footsteps, audible laughter and voices, drapes are opened and closed, and lights are turned on and off.

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May 28, 2009 3:18pm [ 1 ]

Well, just by walking into one of the rooms, you can pretty much feel a chill go down your back, and it kind of felt cold in one room and warm in another, so I suppose at that time I wasnt alone, Im also wondering what rooms are most haunted if any?

Dec 26, 2009 10:47pm [ 2 ]

I have a picture of Mr flavels ghost we just discovered going through our pictures the muesum confirms it to be him but there is also a evil face next tohim I am not joking already had the picture copyrite and you will be able to see it soon

Blue Dutchess
Jan 9, 2012 2:30pm [ 3 ]

You can definately feel them , just like they were there . We all felt them most on the library on this day .. mainly the mom and the two daughters . My youngest , my husband and I were all aware of them. We looked it up and sure enough one of the most active rooms is the library . My daughter youngest ( 10) also felt a presense in the Captains closet in his room. We were not afraid and just felt like they knew we were there and why and it was all OK. We were just visiting.

Deanna S
Apr 21, 2014 7:43pm [ 4 ]

I recently visited the Flavel house and was overcome with Capt. Flavel's presence. I did not feel him until I entered his bedroom. I have never experienced anything like this before. As we toured upstairs I felt at peace but as we excited down the back staircase I felt as if I had layers of bricks on my chest. It felt like I had to labor to breathe. This feeling was lifted as soon as we excited the house. I had the feeling that George was proud of his house and happy for us to see it.

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