Ghostly Activities proudly presents a new book on ghosts and hauntings. New ghost hunters will find it useful for their first investigations.
Mystic Moon Cafe spent the night discussing all things ghostly. Get the scoop after the jump.
Haunted ships are just like any other haunted place, but with even stronger ghostly activity. We don’t know if water is the secret ingredient to the spectral mix, but nothing is better than a haunted ship for ghost hunters. Get the scoop after the jump.
Haunted bridges provide excellent evidence for ghosts and spirits. But, the environment and logistics of a ghost hunt on a bridge can get a little tricky. Get some tips after the jump.
Ghost towns continue to ‘live.’ They’ve become tourist destinations and registered for historic preservation. But does that come at a cost to visitors’ life energy? Get the scoop after the jump.
Seattle has many haunted places. For such a young city, it has the same number of haunts as bigger cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco. Get the scoop on the Top 5 haunted spots after the jump.
On Saturday, April 21st, Ghostly Activities and AGHOST teamed up to investigate 2 haunted locations in Port Gamble, Washington. Get the scoop after the jump.
Aurora Bridge, also known as George Washington Memorial Bridge, connects Queen Anne and Fremont on the north side of Seattle. Today, it’s one of Seattle’s most haunted places.
Kell’s Pub, in Pike Place Market, has a long history of ghostly activities. Some even call it the most haunted bar in America. Find out about its ghosts and haunting activity after the jump.
Pioneer Square is full of ghosts. There are 28 known haunts within the 15-or-so blocks of the area. It helps that a fire, crooked cops and robbers all contributed to create the haunted place it is today.