Seattle Terrors Ghost Tour

Are you ready to meet the phantoms of Seattle’s mangled past? Gather your strength and venture with Seattle Terrors to wander into the harsh, otherworldly conditions formed by decades of tragedy and strife.

Join Seattle Terrors to examine the Emerald City’s haunted history. Scribbled between the facts are real-life encounters that will truly leave you sleepless in Seattle. Book your Seattle haunted walking tour tonight to experience these terrors for yourself.

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Seattle Terrors Ghost Tour

This walking ghost tour takes you to the most haunted locations and details the stories of Seattle’s sordid past on a nightly basis. Discover why so many of the city’s earliest inhabitants are forever trapped in a vortex of spiritual energy that prevails in all corners of life and death. Want to discover even more haunted history and locations in Seattle? Add the extended tour to gain even more insight into the most haunted places in Seattle.

Meeting Location: Outside of the Four Seasons Hotel, 99 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101

Starting Time: Ghost tours are held nightly at 8 PM, rain or shine!

Pet Policy: Pets are not permitted on Ghost Tours

Alcohol Policy: No Drinking Permitted

Adults Only: No

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Five Stars

this is a great activity to do in Seattle whether you are a believer or ghost or not. Our guide Kristen was very knowledgeable in the history of Seatt...

07.11.24
Sue C.
 

Five Stars

It was fun. We did the hour long tour with Christine. She was super knowledgeable and entertaining. Totally worth the money.

07.09.24
Crystal G.
 

Five Stars

Our guide Michael was great and told very animated stories about Seattle’s dark history.

07.04.24
Katherine Napalinga
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Tour Preview: Where You’ll Go

Post Alley

Seattle’s most quirky tourist attraction, the Gum Wall, is located in Post Alley. But many have captured videos of shadowy figures roaming through Post Alley, indicating a far more sinister past than just a fun tradition.

Butterworth Building

Formerly Butterworth and Sons Mortuary, The Butterworth Building is known for a curse that befalls any brave owner who dares to buy it and the strange mists that fill the hallways.

Moore Theater

Moore Theatre was the site of Seattle's first cemetery and a Native American burial ground, both of which were ripe for grave robbing. Now, hotel guests report being watched in the middle of the night, possibly resulting from a seance gone wrong.

The Hauntings of Seattle

Seattle was founded by the Denny Party in 1851 with the purest of intentions, but the result was anything but pious. What was meant to be a town based on Christian ideals and morals ended up being a hotbed of sin, vice, and illicit activities. The degenerate loggers and sailors that inhabited early Seattle created a city ripe with ghost encounters that still occur today.

 

But before the brawl-happy citizens of Seattle arrived in droves, the Salish people inhabited the area. They were eventually forced from their land, and the new Anglo-American settlers named their settlement after Chief Sealth. This seemingly honorable gesture was considered a curse in the Salsih tradition.

 

One is not meant to mention the name of the dead after their passing. That may be why Seattle has become the ghostly hotspot that it is today.

The Most Haunted Places in Seattle, WA

 

The most haunted places in Seattle are hiding around every corner of the Emerald City. The Cadillac Hotel, now a museum, is no stranger to tragedy and is haunted by a murderous mother and her victimized child. Another well-known building in Seattle, The Arctic Club, is often surrounded by gawking onlookers, mystified by the sight of a man falling to his death. However, he disappears before he ever hits the ground.

 

Martha Washington Park was once the Martha Washington School, a home for delinquent girls, many of whom were abused and mistreated. Visitors to the park often feel like they are being watched from the bushes, and there have been reports of Satanic cults lurking in the shadows. Kells Irish Pub, located in the haunted Butterworth Building, is known for glasses that mysteriously slide off the bar. Seattle Terrors brings the most haunted locations and unseemingly spirits in Seattle to life on a nightly walking ghost tour through the Emerald City.

Reasons to Take the Seattle Ghost Tour

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Serial Killers, Cult Victims, and Sexy Ghosts

With such a macabre history and existence under a near-constant cover of clouds, Seattle is an ideal host city for ghosts to ... roam. This popular destination still echoes with the remnants of tragedy and natural disasters, plagues and fires, violence and cult murders. Seattle has a beautiful culture that draws thousands of tourists each year, and a ghost tour is one of the best ways to really understand the city.



Seattle Ghosts takes you on a walk through the shadows of a city steeped in brutality and bloodlust, where chilling tales of nightmarish hauntings are just as compelling as a cup of Seattle coffee.

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You Love Native American History

Before white settlers founded the small settlement in Washington that became Seattle, this land was home to the Suquamish and ... Duwamish. These two tribes of Native American people lived in peace with other neighboring tribes and collectively were known as the Coast Salish people. You’ll find their artwork in every Seattle corner shop, but there are other elements of the culture that linger in the shadows.



Visit ancient burial grounds with us and hear petrifying stories of the restless Duwamish, ghosts of the first people in Washington that are forever disturbed, roaming the streets in search of peace. Join us to hear chilling accounts of these watchful wraiths and explore the places that may still house their bones.

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You’re Here to Ghost Hunt

Seattle has a habit of drawing in many different types of tourists, people who are interested in seeing the Space Needle and ... eating good food and those seeking something darker. You’re here to see the place that birthed the tragic and twisted stories of Kurt Kobain, Ted Bundy, D.B. Cooper, and Mia Zapata. And while you’ll definitely snag a coffee and donut for the road, you’re here to visit some of Seattle’s most haunted buildings.



Seattle Ghosts can give you a firsthand look into the murderous, vengeful, and ominous world that lingers just beneath the surface of Seattle. Together, we’ll take a walk through this city’s haunted and gruesome past, giving you a good starting point for your own macabre investigation.

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You Want a Good Conversation Piece for Coffee and Donuts Tomorrow

Seattle is famous for a wide variety of things, but coffee is synonymous with this city. Known as the Coffee Capital of the W ... orld, you’re bound to find yourself sitting around a cafe table with your group on your visit to Seattle. There’s lots to talk about when you’re exploring this busy city, but nothing captivates an audience like a hair-raising tale of real-life hauntings and tragedy.



Unearth harrowing tales of depravity and tragedy and hear shocking stories of hauntings that continue to this day. You won’t realize you’ve walked a mile in a ghost’s shoes until we release you from our storyteller’s trance. Join us for first-hand accounts of chilling encounters that will undoubtedly add an extra edge to tomorrow morning’s coffee conversation.

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You Want to Spice Up Your Pikes Place Market Shopping Trip

Pike’s Place Market is famous for flying fish and epic eats. You could get lost for hours among the vendors and creative cr ... afts on display throughout the gigantic market, chatting with happy vendors and buying unique keepsakes and fresh foods. But what if the friendly farmer you just bought veggies from vanishes completely after your exchange? What if that sound of a baby crying on the wind isn’t coming from any living being, but from beyond the grave?



Join us to hear the disturbing tales of hauntings at Pike’s Place Market, where the ghosts of the past mingle with everyday shoppers and echoes of injustice linger in the alleys. If you’re looking for something to really sink your teeth into, we’ve got stories that will chill your bones and leave you with lingering nightmares.

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You’re Looking for Inspiration in a City of Music, Food, and Outdoors Adventures

You and your friends are culinarily curious record junkies who love a good mountain bike and can’t wait to take in all the ... art, music, and fresh sea air that Seattle has to offer. What better way to crank up the adrenaline than to add a haunted ghost tour to your list of adventures? Get great restaurant tips and tidbits of music history on a walk with us through haunted Seattle and create nightmarish memories while you’re at it. Our alarming accounts of eerie hauntings and real-life victims coming back from the grave are sure to leave a lasting impression and creep you out even after we’ve wrapped up our walk and you’re on to sample the best beer in town.

Our Tours

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Seattle Terrors Ghost Tour

Dive deep into Seattle’s past to discover why these ghosts still walk the haunted ground you’ll be treading on.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: All tours meet OUTSIDE of the Four Seasons Hotel, 99 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101.

Tour TimeTour Times: Daily at 8PM

Tour LengthTour Length: Approximately 1 hour

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Seattle Boos and Booze

Seattle Terrors Ghosts Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl

Take this Seattle Boos and Booze haunted pub crawl tour and add some fun into your work week, night off, or vacation stay!

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: All Tours meet at the Blarney Stone Pub at 1416 First Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101.

Tour TimeTour Times: Daily at 5:30PM

Tour LengthTour Length: Approximately 2 hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Heart of Seattle

Heart of Seattle Savory Food Tour

This 2 ½-hour afternoon walking, eating, and exploring tour provides a fantastic overview of Seattle, and leaves ample time to explore the town on your own for the remainder of the evening and night.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: All tours meet in front of Ballard Locks Visitor Center.

Tour TimeTour Times: Daily at 11AM

Tour LengthTour Length:

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Hoppin’ Seattle Brew Tour

On this tour we visit several breweries in the Ballard District of Seattle! The premier location for breweries and distilleries.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: Meet your guide at Reuben's Brews - The Ballard Taproom 5010 14th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107.

Tour TimeTour Times: Daily at 2PM

Tour LengthTour Length: Approximately 2 hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Painting the Rainbow

Painting the Rainbow LGBTQ History Walking Tour

Join this tour and learn what makes the LGBTQ+ community on Capitol Hill in Seattle so special.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: Meet your tour guide outside of Trendy Wendy, at 211 Broadway E in Seattle.

Tour TimeTour Times:

Tour LengthTour Length: Approximately 1 hour

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Seattle Ultimate Coffee

Seattle Ultimate Coffee Tour

Join us on this ultimate coffee tour of Seattle and experience some of the best java the city has to offer!

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: Meet your tour guide outside Anchorhead Coffee, at 2003 Western Ave STE 110A, Seattle, WA 98121.

Tour TimeTour Times: Daily at 11AM

Tour LengthTour Length: Approximately 2 hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Historical Cannabis

Seattle’s Historic Cannabis Tour

Join this tour and be enlightened on the history of Seattle's booming cannabis industry.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: Meet your tour guide outside Ganja Goddess Cannabis Shop, at 3207 1st Avenue South, in Seattle.

Tour TimeTour Times: Daily at 11:30AM

Tour LengthTour Length: Approximately 2 hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

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