Ghost Adventures: Wolf Creek Inn
The crew travels to Oregon to investigate the mysterious Wolf Creek Inn, a historic building riddled with aggressive negative energy, apparitions and a vampire-like creature. During the lockdown, Aaron experiences a dramatic psychological breakdown.
Ghost Adventures Crew
The historic Wolf Creek Inn is the longest, continuously-operating hotel in the PNW, which means Zak and the crew have their work cut out for them investigating this 19th century building with a uniquely mysterious past.
Wolf Creek Inn
Built in 1883 by merchant and entrepreneur Henry Smith, the Wolf Creek Inn was a popular stagecoach stop in the early days of Oregon settlement. And with more than 130 years under its belt, there’s an abundance of energy that’s passed through those doors — both positive and negative.
The lingering impressions of past guests can be felt throughout the property, and footsteps, voices and even physical attacks are not unheard of.
Behind Closed Doors
… Not to mention the vampire-like entity that supposedly haunts the surrounding forest. Rumors of said creature following guests back to their rooms and attacking them in the night should be enough to send any patron right back out of the front door.
Clark Gable Suite
The inn was frequented by legendary actor Clark Gable, who is said to have carried out numerous affairs here. Coincidentally, back in May 2013, the crew attempted to contact Gable’s wife, Carole Lombard, during an investigation into the Pioneer Saloon.
The Clark Gable suite is now considered to be one of the most haunted rooms.
Jack London Room
Jack London, who regularly visited the famed inn, also has a room named after him — a room that guests say he never truly left. Those who’ve stayed here have claimed to feel his presence, even now.
More from Mary
And following the trend, some say former guest Mary Pickford’s spirit remains in the room she once frequented — aptly called the Mary Pickford room.
The small museum inside the hotel displays the history of the town and other antiques once used within the historic building.
Zak Bagans and Margaret Quist
Zak sits down for an interview with innkeeper Margaret Quist who has seen a little girl running around the upstairs of the inn, and has also heard the girl giggling. Her daughter, Marcy, reveals she’s also seen this child, and has even spoke with her.
What's on the menu at this haunted hot spot? Find out on the all-new episode premiering Saturday, Dec. 2 at 9|8c.