A Coffee Shop With a Fitting Name
Many businesses make up Post Alley, and one of them is the perfectly named Ghost Alley Espresso. Locals believe the haunting at this shop is by one of the first advocates and designers of the Pike Place Market, Arthur Goodwin.
But, how does a coffee shop know the specific ghost that lingers on in the space? One child drew a picture of a man she claimed to see inside. She drew a tall figure with a top hat and dancing motions that matched many photos of this historic Pike Place leader.
The owner herself shares stories of indications of Arthur’s presence, including items falling off the walls, electronics acting up, and more.
The espresso shop sits within what was once an old attendant’s room of a men’s bathroom, so it makes sense why someone like Arthur would spend time there and find comfort in the space. Perhaps he sat there to read the newspaper or get his shoes shined. It also makes sense that someone so dedicated and connected to the market itself would find a place to reside nearby in the afterlife. Do you believe it?
Haunted Seattle, WA
While Seattle is known for its rainy weather, stunning coastal views, and impeccable seafood, many dark stories circulate throughout the town. For curious minds, believers, or even skeptics, taking a US Ghost Adventures tour through haunted Seattle may unveil a new side of the city you’ve never seen before.
About US Ghost Adventures
Since 2013, US Ghost Adventures has offered entertaining, historic, and authentic ghost tours of America’s most haunted cities. We deliver fun yet honest accounts of hauntings across the nation for curious people of all ages. Our ghost stories are based on historical research, but that doesn’t mean they won’t send a chill down your spine.
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