Washington October 30, 2017
8 Horribly Creepy Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do In Washington
Although this is the time of year that we tend to focus on all things haunted and creepy, the truth is, you can have eerie adventures in Washington long after Halloween is over. How many of these things were you aware of?
1. Hike to the haunted Iron Goat Trail.
Located near Skykomish, the
Iron Goat Trail
was the sight of a very deadly avalanche in 1910. Many people swear the tunnel is haunted.
2. Visit a death museum.
Seattle Death Museum
is home to the Spooked in Seattle tour, and they've got quite a coffin collection, among other things.
3. Enjoy a beverage in a haunted saloon...
in Snohomish has a haunting history, and it seems some of the original residents never left.
4. ... or have a meal at Washington's most haunted restaurant.
5. Go on a haunted road trip.
takes you past some of Washington's spookiest spots.
6. Sleep in a haunted castle.
If you've ever stayed at Thornewood Castle in Lakewood, you know how beautiful and majestic it is. You also might know that it's one of the
best places to spot a ghost
7. Spend a weekend ghost hunting in Port Gamble.
8. Take a stroll through a haunted cemetery.
Do you enjoy feeling a little spooked? Perhaps you should check out
Washington’s paranormal festival next year.