It’s no surprise that Seattle is full of spooky and creepy spots that are supposedly haunted. Given the many rises and falls in Seattle’s history, it’s only reasonable that there’d to be some residual energy stirring.
You've probably heard of some of them—whether you saw them on TV, visited them on a ghost tour, or listened to some late-night whispers. Kells Pub in Pike Place Market and Hotel Sorrento have been featured nationally as infamous haunts.
But there's also quite a few places you might not be familiar with. Have you visited the spot where the Martha Washington School for Girls once stood? Noticed any weirdness around some train-cars-turned-restaurant in Sodo?
Check out one of these 17 haunted spots we've mapped, including hotels, bars, and theaters. Happy haunting, everyone.
Looking for an overnight trip with some ghosts? Here’s a list of just hotels with paranormal guests.
Want to make an adventure out of it? These spooky hikes are ready for some paranormal exploration.
Map points are ordered north to south.Read More