Which is more frightful? The $100 ticket price *or* the marketing of the “ghosts” of “mistreated slaves” for a “haunted mansion party” Saturday night at First Hill’s landmark Stimson-Green house?
For a hundred bucks plus fees, you fan find out at Seattle event producer Kayla Cook’s October 25th Haunted Mansion Party:
Are you ready for a scare? Join us at the Stimson-Green Mansion for the first annual Haunted Mansion Party. Rumor has it, the mansion is haunted….
Built in 1832, this Seattle based mansion is reputed to be haunted by several mistreated slaves – a story stemming from a fire in the building in 1834, when neighbors found tortured slaves chained up in the attic by owner, better known as a prominent Seattle socialite and, it would later be discovered, serial killer…..
Your Ticket Includes: Admission to the party, Hosted Premium Bar (Open ALL Night!), Signature Cocktails, Tricks & Treats, Appetizers, Entertainment and a Live Haunting Burlesque Performance by Lily Verlaine.
$100 per person
(VERY Limited Quantity, this party will sell out!)
UPDATE 10/21/2014 11 AM: The promoter has removed references to the ghosts of slaves from the event’s marketing sites and Facebook event page.
The party is part of a busy Saturday of events as Capitol Hill and surrounding neighborhoods kick off a week of Halloween carnivals, parties and trick or treating. October 25th will also include Hilloween 2014 in Cal Anderson and a Halloween costume crawl on 15th Ave E.