17 spookiest Capitol Hill Seattle posts… ever

You’ve got your updated Capitol Hill trick-or-treating map. How about a few spooky chills to get you in the mood. CHS will be out and about tonight as always to capture the scene and cover any breaking news. See something others should know about? Email CHS or call/txt (206) 399-5959. In the meanwhile, here are some of the best tales of mystery and paranormal activity from around Capitol Hill from the CHS archives.

In 2010, CHS found these lines of numbers written in chalk on the cobbles of E Howell particularly disturbing

In 2010, CHS found these lines of numbers written in chalk on the cobbles of E Howell particularly disturbing

  1. Chalk number mystery on E Howell cobbles
  2. The tale of the Winchester House of Capitol Hill (that never ever existed)
  3. Capitol Hill skinned squirrel mystery SOLVED
  4. Tale of the spooky business on 19th Ave E
  5. Happy Halloween Capitol Hill! Check out my real paranormal ghost video, if you dare!
  6. CHS X-Files | #13Magnus
  7. @alBeatU72 shows off his What Does the Fox Say threads at Rancho Bravo

    @alBeatU72 shows off his What Does the Fox Say best at Rancho Bravo

    CHS X-Files: The Joan Armatrading painting of 14th and Olive

  8. CHS X-Files | Capitol Hill drone pilot spotted, glowing orbs
  9. CHS X-Files: Mystery midnight boom rattles Miller Park and Madison
  10. Paranormal Investigative Unit Capitol Hill Office
  11. Paranormal Investigative Unit Capitol Hill Office reports — File #2012
  12. Visitors to his Capitol Hill grave — and the Pine Box — mark 40th anniversary of Bruce Lee’s death
  13. Digging up Capitol Hill’s mortuary past as the last funeral home works to prolong its life
  14. Is the Creepy Cameraman hanging out on Capitol Hill?
  15. Capitol Hill’s five most haunted places
  16. A new haunting on Capitol Hill
  17. Dead can dance on Broadway (and they did Saturday night)

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One thought on “17 spookiest Capitol Hill Seattle posts… ever

  1. HA! I am actually the current owner of the Joan painting! (#7)
    It was left behind by another tenant and is currently sitting against the wall in my apartment building.
    It’s fun to see that it has a history of popping up abandoned in random places. I may bring it out to the street and continue the tradition.