From disembodied screams of a murdered girl heard beneath gothic arches of the St. John's Bridge to moving furniture and ethereal figures spotted in The White Eagle bar, Portland knows its ghosts. Read about a veteran of the First World War still waiting to return home from battle and a spectral beast roaming the woods at the edge of town. Relive the tragedy of the Shanghai Tunnels where men were drugged and kidnapped, and women were imprisoned and forced into immoral servitude, as well as haunted houses, apartments, restaurants, and hotels that dot the city. Yes, Portland knows its ghosts. And now you can know them, too.
Todd Cobb is a writer and film maker living in Portland, Oregon, whose imagination has often wandered to the fantastic and the unexplained. His fiction has appeared in Modern American Short Stories, New York Stories, Sign of the Times and other magazines and collections.

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