#2: The Fremont Troll: Only a fool would dare to mount the hand of this behemoth. I still get a shiver every time I drive past this grumpy gatekeeper.
But Seattle’s creepiest spot will always be:
#1: Pioneer Square: There’s a reason the ghost tour starts here. Even with all the urban development and shmancy new restaurants, Pioneer Square is still Seattle’s oldest, spookiest neighborhood. The alleys in PS are particularly damp and shadowy, which is why I opted to set a dastardly deed in my book down one of those brick-lined passages.
Check back soon for a special book reveal.
Happy Halloween, friends!