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Spooked in Seattle
Tour the Town with a Paranormal Investigator

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Downtown Seattle has seen its share of ghoulish goings-on over the years -- learn about all of them with this deal:

• $16 ($32 value) for a 90-minute walking tour for two people
• $8 ($16 value) for a 90-minute walking tour for one person
• $32 ($64 value) for a 90-minute walking tour for four people

"A great spot for local Seattleites and to take visitors. The guides were friendly and engaging, with lots of interesting information... nothing felt exaggerated and blown out of proportion. Just the right degree of truthiness and spookiness. We really enjoyed it and would come back to bring out-of-town guests." - LivingSocial Member

Why You'll Love It
This excursion introduces brave souls to some of the city's oldest buildings and the scandals, murders, and mysteries that have played out in their darkened corridors. During your guided stroll, you will visit the Smith Tower, the Pioneer Square Hotel, and other haunted locales, and paranormal investigators will tell you about ghosts they've personally examined -- the tour ends in a section of Seattle's underground, in the dark, with just a flashlight to keep the night at bay. Keep your eyes peeled for roaming apparitions at 6 p.m. daily, you're bound to have a bloody good time.

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    102 Cherry Street, Seattle, WA 98104
    425-954-7701 | get directions

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