Ghost Tour Meeting Location: Outside the Four Seasons Hotel, 99 Union Street, Seattle WA, 98101.

Tour Duration: 1hr. across 1 mile

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Seattle Terrors
Tickets Start At $25

Seattle Terrors Ghost Tour

Discover why Seattle is a hotspot for paranormal activity amidst ancient burial grounds and the ghosts of greedy undertakers and gold rush prospectors still hunting for their fortune.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 99 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101

Tour TimeTour Times: 8:00 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 1 Hour

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Seattle Boos and Booze
Tickets Start At $29

Seattle Terrors Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl

Come join us on this amazing tour that combines fascinating stories with liquid courage, all while in the company of like-minded people and an expert guide who will shepherd you through Seattle's haunted streets.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 1416 First Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101

Tour TimeTour Times: 5:30 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 2 Hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Heart of Seattle
Tickets Start At $70

Heart of Seattle Savory Food Tour (JUNKET)

Join professional guides to experience the signature flavors that put Seattle on the map as a true foodie destination.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 3015 NW 54th St, Seattle, WA 98107

Tour TimeTour Times: 11:00 AM

Tour LengthTour Length: 4 Hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Painting the Rainbow
Tickets Start At $20

Painting the Rainbow LGBTQ History Walking Tour (JUNKET)

Meet larger-than-life LGBTQ+ business owners and learn the stories of the groundbreaking activists and leaders who paved the way for gay rights– long before Seattle’s streets were being painted with rainbows.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 211 Broadway E, Seattle WA

Tour TimeTour Times: 2:30 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 1 Hour

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Seattle Ultimate Coffee
Tickets Start At $55

Seattle Ultimate Coffee Tour (JUNKET)

On this tour, you'll visit the original Starbucks, along with some other, more local cafes that serve up some of the best coffee in the Pacific Northwest.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 2003 Western Ave STE 110A, Seattle, WA 98121

Tour TimeTour Times: 10:00 AM

Tour LengthTour Length: 2 Hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Hoppin Seattle
Tickets Start At $70

Hoppin' Seattle Brew Tour (JUNKET)

The premier location for breweries and distilleries. Come see, smell and taste how Seattle became the American Brewery Capitol. Tasting are included in this tour!

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 4700 9th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107

Tour TimeTour Times: 2:00 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 2 Hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Historical Cannabis
Tickets Start At $19

Seattle's Historical Cannabis Tour (JUNKET)

Whether you are "highly" experienced in the world of cannabis, or you're a weed newbie, this tour is sure to provide enlightenment of the history behind one of Seattle's up and coming industries.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 3207 1st Avenue South, Seattle WA

Tour TimeTour Times: 1:30 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 2 Hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Visit the Most Haunted Places in Seattle

Beneath the world-famous Space Needls and Pike’s Place Market, behind the moody music scene and the booming breweries, are ancient burial grounds and a past of violence and tragedy. Seattly is a city of unfinished business, and once it’s gotten ahold of you, it will never let go.

Seattle Terrors takes you to some of Seattly’s most haunted buildings and places that still resonate with violence, greed, betrayal, and murder. Discover why Seattly is a hotspot for otherworldly activity amidst ancient burial grounds and gold rush prospectors still hunting for lost fortunes.


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Post Alley/Gum Wall

In Pike Place Market, just outside of Post Alley, is the infamous Gum Wall, covered in chewing gum. It began with a tradition of theatergoers using gum to stick a penny to the wall for good luck. Soon, the penny dropped, but the gum remained. Next to the gum wall in Post Alley, many ghosts still linger to this day. There’s Frank, an elderly and tall ghost who greets people by name outside the bathroom of a Post Alley club. Then there’s Ghost Alley Espresso, which claims to have the ghost of Arthur Goodwin, one of Pike Place Market’s first managers.



Butterworth Building

The Butterworth Building was originally a mortuary, which set the stage for years of lingering souls on site. It was the city’s first place for “comprehensive death-related services,” offering everything from coffins to corpse retrieval. Now, Kell’s Irish Pub is a favorite haunt for that haunts. Many guests have reported seeing ghosts at the entrance, where the morticians once kept their dead bodies.


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Moore Theatre

Many people say the Moore Theatre is the most haunted places in the city – so much so that many ghost hunters have made their way over the Pacific Northwest just to investigate. An old theater built in 1907 was the city’s first entertainment venue. Many people rumor that this is the place where Kurt Cobain overdoes and died. Others say Moore himself still roams the theater with some early actresses who once graced the stage.




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What to Expect on Your Seattle Ghost Tour

Are you curious about the underlying stories behind Seattle’s ghosts? Finally, you’ll uncover the fascinating layers of Seattle’s history. You’ll meet Chief Seattle’s daughter, Kiksoblu, who still haunts Pike Place Market, daring undertakers who gambled on Seattle’s high death tolls, and the 100 Victorian women imported to Seattle from Boston to balance the male-female population. This fact-based ghost tour educates, captivates, and keeps you wanting more.

Later on, in Seattle’s sordid history, more modern serial killers like Ted Bundy lived here. Gary Ridgeway, the Green River Killer, prowled Seattle’s streets searching for his 49 confirmed victims from the edges of society; he was a hideous and deranged monster – evil to his core. It’s no wonder the dead linger in the shadows of Cascadia City, watching the living and pining for validation, fortune, and fame. Cursed burial grounds and a violent past have left a legacy of restless spirits that prowl in the night, seeking justice, vengeance, and revenge.

Seattle has ghost stories aplenty, from the original owners of the land to the many prospectors killed for their nuggets of Yukon Gold. Underneath dark clouds and never-ending rain showers is a city built on the blood of prospectors, prostitutes, and preachers, with the echoes of their violent deeds left behind for eternity.



Discover the Horrors that Haunt Seattle

Learn hair-raising accounts of shadow figures linger around LaSalle Hotel, with one that beckons you to follow.

Visit the dens of sin that evolved to accommodate Seattle’s renegade population and the ghosts left behind.

Discover chilling accounts of ghosts that stalk ancient Native American burial grounds under popular tourist attractions.

Check out where Gypsy Lee Rose danced her last show and where victims of serial killer Linda Hazzard took her last breath.

Take a walk past the famous stalking grounds for serial killers like Ted Bundy and Gary Ridgway and hear their evil tales.


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Why You Should Book Your Seattle Ghost Tour Tonight!


Even if we didn’t mention a single ghost Seattle is a fascinating place, with a religious start, a rough and ready early history, and a collaborative and progressive recent history. This rich tapestry of history gives these ghost stories a secure standing in time, and the ghost stories bring the historical eras to life in a grim and fascinating way.

Like the cobblestones on the haunted Post Alley, they were ballast in ships from San Francisco, where the rubble from the earthquake was loaded into ships to be taken away. The stones arrived with their tragic energy just after the 1904 Earthquake that flattened much of the city.

We guarantee you will be entertained, informed and just a little bit scared by the stories of horror and haunting that leap out of the pages of the history books.


Your guides are down to earth local experts, specially trained and deeply involved in the tour. Each adds their personal touch, their favorite stories, and their unique sense of humor. When you have to explain why outside the Market Theatre there is a wall caked in inches of used gum, you can only wonder at the thoughts that go through people’s minds. The City of Seattle at one time removed over a metric ton of gum from the famous gum wall.

Even in the depths of human tragedy and the eternal suffering of ghosts, your tour guides have to keep their sense of humor, and we look forward to seeing smiles on your face as we enlighten and entertain.


We don’t want to cause any sleepless (In Seattle) nights, especially for any younger tour members, but we do want to give you spooky stories to remember for years to come. A perfect souvenir of your time in Seattle. They say an experience is better than an object, and this experience will stay with your whole group, whenever you think of Seattle, you will think Ghosts!

While standing at Pike Place Market, you’ll hear about the hundreds of empty stalls that were left after 110,000 Japanese Americans were interred in camps for the duration of the Second World War, and the huge influence they had on the culture of Seattle.


Perhaps as a young person in the countryside, one might be paid for collecting Varmint. Farmers, landowners, or even the State would reward you for taking away unwanted visitors for helping rid the fields and skies of pests, collecting a nickel for a rat, or a dollar for a Racoon say.

In Seattle, at the turn of the last century, the same system was employed by the City of Seattle, except the unwanted pest was human corpses. The rough and dirty town had a very high mortality rate, form disease, violence, and too much of everything. Undertakers would be paid $50 to remove corpses from the streets, something the residents understandably did not take kindly to. We will question whether, like Varmint hunters, the undertakers might have been a little too enterprising in their pursuit of the bounties?


Ghosts appear and respond more to the young, and animals, who don’t have the barriers of disbelief and denial that most adults do. Both ends of the spectrum of believers in the supernatural are welcome on the Seattle Terrors tours. Your guides won’t try and change your mind either way, but we do guarantee that whatever your attitude to ghosts, you will have a good and memorable tour through the spooky streets of Seattle.

It is hard not to believe that the ghost of Kikisoblu, daughter of the Duwamish people’s Chief when Seattle was just getting going, still haunts the Pike Place Market. In her trademark red cape, selling her trinkets and posing for photographs, just like she did after the rest of her tribe was forced to move to reservations away from their ancestral lands. She has been outfoxing police officers and tourists ever since.


Seattle has many ways to occupy your days. Lots of them are food-related Seattle dogs, Oysters, or Chowder fries, perhaps? Or the SAM, Seattle art Museum, but that closes at 5 pm… To really get the most out of your time in Seattle, you should really consider the Seattle Terrors walking tour, just after dinner, and before the night really kicks off.

Your tour will take you to the places you really should know about in Seattle, but instead of just going there and seeing the nice buildings, we’ll give you the historical scoop and make those facts stick with stories of the resident ghosts and ghouls.


It’s the ghosts that make Seattle memorable, but as well as hearing the scary ghost tales you also get the history of this fascinating city. For example, the Butterworth & Sons Mortuary on busy First Avenue was a state of the art shop and factory for disposing of the dead. Including the first corpse elevator on the West Coast. The mortuary backs onto Post Alley, where corpses would be piled up after a particularly violent night in Seattle.  The Alley also has its own ghost story. Join the tour to find out her story.