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Excerpt from a January 15, 1995 story in The Columbian By Brett Oppegaard / The Columbian YACOLT: The Klickitats believed Yacolt was a place of spirits and demons, hence their name for it: haunted valley. Most of their legends say the area devoured children in one way or another luring the innocent youngsters into the […]
Small town big on spirits: A haunting in Yacolt?
This story about haunted Yacolt ran in The Columbian on October 29, 2011. The misty afternoon drizzle only drew a few wandering souls into Yacolt’s Whistle Stop restaurant, but the foggy rain was a fitting backdrop to the conversation between patrons. It started when Shannon Thompson, who both owns and lives above the establishment, described […]