The Ring

























The Ring was released on October 18th, 2002.
Filming locations include Los Angeles, CA., Newport, OR. and Monroe, Oak Harbor, Seattle and Stanwood, WA.


Katie's house - 413 S. McCadden Place Los Angeles, Ca. 90020




Rachel has the photos developed - 1923 5th Ave. Seattle, Wa. 98101




Cabin #12 - 50th Ave. NW Stanwood, Wa. 98292






Bridge Rachel drives over - State Route 20 Oak Harbor, Wa.
(Deception Pass Bridge)




Moesko Island Lighthouse - 750 NW Lighthouse Dr. Newport, Or. 97365
(Yaquina Head Lighthouse)




Morgan horse farm - 23200 Yeager Rd. Monroe, Wa. 98272









21 comments:

  1. Very Nice Paul! I really enjoy your Blog. It is so much interesting to See all this locations.
    It Must be a Hard work to get all These informations where they are and so much Miles to Travel :-)
    But i Hope You keep going on with it!
    Greetings from Germany.

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  2. Thank you Anonymous! Whenever I travel I'll find out if any movies were filmed in the general area I'm visiting and I'll usually visit the locations if I can track them down. It's a lot of fun.

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  3. This Cabin looks creepy. Is this a real Cabin for Rent an live in??

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  4. It's at the very bottom of a horse pasture in a totally remote area so I'm pretty sure it was just left standing after the movie and unlikely available for rent.

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  5. Well, I'll have to go visit that cabin some time. Too awesome of a picture not to. Hope it's still there.

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  6. the cabin is a facade they built for the movie, notice how you never see the back of it. I deliver produce on that road, still a beautiful area to drive through. especially on a rainy day.

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  7. Even as a facade, it'll still make a for a good shot. Is it still there?

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  8. It actually had a back to it when I visited it. I didn't take any pictures from the back because I wanted to get some movie angle shots and not hang around for too long.

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    1. Awesome! The trees that we see where it was located the well it's in front of the cabin? Or it's in an another place? :)

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    2. RoseJack Dawson, from what I've heard they only had a façade of the well at the location but it's no longer there.

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  9. Paul, is it easy to get to the cabin from the road? Is it on private property? Traveling to Seattle in September and would love to stop by here. But don't want local folk running me off their land either haha!

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    1. Preston, when I visited the cabin location 2 years ago I didn't see any "No trespassing" or other warning signs. There is a little dirt road that runs through the pasture, if you follow that far enough you'll eventually spot the cabin sitting all by it's lonesome in the corner next to the woods. Although I didn't see anyone else while I was there I made it a point to take some quick pics of the cabin and not hang around too long. Not sure if anything's changed after 2 years, best of luck.

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  10. Thanks so much for the info. Will be riding by here in two weeks on the way to Vancouver. For clarification, are you talking about the seemingly dirt road to the NW corner of the Google Earth picture you posted?

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  11. I mean SW corner, sorry.

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    1. No problem, Preston. And yes, the dirt road off of 50th Ave. NW.

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  12. Anyone been to the cabin recently? I plan to visit Washington State next Summer and would like to know if anyone ran into any trouble trying to visit. Thanks

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    1. Went in September 2016. Thanks to Paul for everything, the Google Earth image is right on the money. It was very nerve wracking honestly because it's in the middle of a bunch of horse farms - basically an area where the local folk can tell when someone is "out of place." With that said, I ran into zero trouble. There is a barbed wire fence along the pasture/hill so we had to park a little out of the way (I really didn't want to be suspicious). We went through the barbed wire fence at an opening and the grass was up to our knees. I had a good sense of where the cabin was and about about a 5 minute walk, you go down into a more forest setting, and bam there is the cabin all alone. It was a beautiful day at the end of summer when we were there, very green. However, I just kept getting this feeling an old farmer would show up at the top of the pasture, wanting us dead for trespassing. Stayed about 10 mins. The inside is empty besides a few buckets. I saw a few signatures on the walls of previous guests. It is insane at how it pretty much looks exactly like the film. Also pretty crazy how this is cabin is very close to farms and has to be on someone's personal property yet doesn't seem to be used in any way. It was a rush but highly recommended annnnd sorry for a novel of a post lol.

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  13. Yeah, I've been. Here's the video from my trip out there: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3tlBAg4M2c

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  14. Hi, great informations here....
    at my 2010 Vacation to the USA I visited some Places
    here is my Video:

    https://youtu.be/KShAIhJi378

    In 2018 I´ll travel there again to see the cabin place...
    I also was at the emwald glenn farm, but the owner wasn´t so friendly. I had my camera in my hand (powered off)
    and walked over the bridge to the guy who was standing there. I wantet to ask him if i can take some pictures but he said i better should go away from his property... :( so I only could make a short video from the street..
    maybe in 2018 I´ll try it again.
    Positive thing, the owner of the house from part 2 in astoria was friendly, he worked in his garage and i asked him if i can take some pictures. He said yes and he will close the garage door for me... afte i took my photos he talked a little bit about the production... the filming company payed him the renovation (in the movie the house was blue colored now its grey)

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  15. How the fuck have I only just discovered this? Thank you for this, If you go to Japan please do the Grudge!

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  16. I visited the Cabin location yesterday and I'm not sure it's really accessible anymore without very obviously trespassing. There is an electric fence around the field on the SW corner and a big dip in the landscape which makes it hard to access. I'd be interested in seeing pictures of the interior and rear unfinished side if anyone has any. Great blog post btw!

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