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Mayflower Park Hotel Seattle - Seattle WA Real Haunted Places

   
  • 405 Olive Way
  • Seattle, WA
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Due to this building's complicated history, it holds a wide variety of ghosts. The hotel has been an indoor swimming pool, a boxing stadium, a KKK meeting place and a church. When the church was being transformed into a hotel, construction workers noted that their tools would disappear and appear in strange locations. There were also splashing sounds coming from within the walls and wet footprints. It is believed the ghosts six individuals who drowned in the pool, reside in the hotel. Other construction workers are certain they saw an apparition clothed in the robes of a KKK member.
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