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Spoiler Alert: Mystery of the Capitol Hill Mystery Coke Machine’s mysteries REVEALED

(Image: CHS)

(Image: CHS)

This spring, a ripple of media attention from across Seattle and around the world helped Capitol Hill’s strange soda vending machine along John just east of Broadway capture people’s imaginations as tales of the possibly haunted carbonated automat spread. Now it can be told. Below, we’ve posted never before seen evidence about the true nature of the Mystery Coke Machine. SPOILER ALERT –> Don’t click if you can’t handle the truth.

It’s not haunted.

(Image: @saeofdoom via Twitter)

(Image: @saeofdoom via Twitter)

Thanks to Sarah Hamilton (@saeofdoom) for the detective work!

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13 thoughts on “Spoiler Alert: Mystery of the Capitol Hill Mystery Coke Machine’s mysteries REVEALED” -- All CHS Comments are held for moderation before publishing

  1. Less disappointed in having the allure ruin by seeing them restock it than when they recently turned ALL of the selections into “Mystery” drinks. I mean… come on!

    Where am I gonna go get my ice cold Coke Classic from now? Not Lather Daddy. They only dispense warm sodas.

    • That was, indeed, a tad annoying. It made it LESS fun. They were obviously reacting to recent media. I wonder why it suddenly got so “big”, anyway. It’s been like that for many years.

  2. It’s the door to S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters* (or is it U.N.C.L.E.?), and they would really appreciate it if you guys would stop calling attention to it!

    *If you put in money for two sodas and press Mystery? & Mountain Dew at the same time, the elevator comes up.

  3. It’s not haunted because they have shadows? This is a popular misconception. Lots of ghosts can have shadows when they want to.

  4. Obvious Guy–what an unkind person you are, posting such a nasty statement behind the anonymity of the internet. Please grow up.

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