Trip or Treat

Haunted Halloween Road Trips around Washington

Paranormal investigations, scary forests, and underwater pumpkin carving make for perfect fall road trips around Washington state.

10/05/2022 By Allison Williams


10 Seattle Shops for Your Halloween Needs

Where to find halloween costumes and decor in Seattle, from Red Light Vintage in the U District to Trendy Wendy in Capitol Hill,

10/05/2022 By Zoe Sayler, Marisa Comeau-Kerege, and Courtney Cummings

Terror Fix

Seattle's Best Haunted Houses and Frightful Draws

Georgetown Morgue and Nile Nightmares offer the classic haunted house experience, while Spirit Parlor at Cafe Nordo leans into the occult speakeasy vibes.

09/29/2022 By Sophie Grossman and Spencer Brown

Haunted Houses

Six Freaky Halloween Vacations

Washington fall day trip and vacation destinations that make you go "boo." Plus: How to freak out Stephen King-style.

10/21/2021 By Allison Williams

Terror Fix

Seattle’s Best Halloween Haunts

Stocker Farms and Georgetown Morgue offer all the classic haunted house tropes, while Navy Strength and Pine Box present chilling Halloween libations.

10/14/2021 By Sophie Grossman


What to Do in Washington in October

Fall day trips promise a wild mushroom tour on Whidbey Island, a Walla Walla wine tour, and a film festival in Leavenworth.

10/06/2021 By Sophia Struna

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work October 21–24

Confessional funk songs, a haunted dinner, and nature-inspired poetry.

10/21/2019 By Nicole Pasia and Courtney Cummings

Dark Arts

The Best Halloween Events in Seattle

You guessed it—everything’s haunted.

10/15/2019 By Nicole Pasia and Ryan Phelan

Towns, Past Tense

5 Washington Ghost Towns Worth a Visit

Molson, Franklin, and more abandoned towns across Washington.

09/24/2019 By Allison Williams


A Brief History of the Occult in Seattle

Maybe it’s the dreary weather. Maybe it’s our seedy history. One thing’s for sure: Seattle and the supernatural go way back.

09/11/2018 By Jaime Archer

Past Lives

Home, Sweet Haunt

The bloodcurdling past and spirited present of a grand old Georgetown Victorian.

12/18/2008 By Nena Peltin