GEORGETOWN STEAM PLANT GHOST HUNT
Once at the center of the rapidly growing Georgetown neighborhood, the Georgetown Steam Plant was built by the Seattle Electric Company in 1906-1907 on 18 acres of land along the Duwamish River. The plant's two vertical Curtis Turbines helped establish the steam turbine as capable of producing large amounts of power more cheaply and efficiently than other generators at the time.
Since its decommissioning in 1977, building owner Seattle City Light (SCL) has worked to preserve, repair and restore the building.
Believed to be haunted by two workers who died at the plant, the reported activity deals with equipment starting on its own, phantom footsteps on the metal walkways and stairs, and gear moving with no visible reason.
Venture on this two hour ghost hunt as we teach you the basics in ghost hunting, and then take you to some of the buildings haunted hot spots.
This event limited to a maximum of 25 guests.
AGE RESTRICTIONS: Must be 13 years or older and under 18 requires at least one accompanying adult.
NEXT EVENT: JUNE 23rd
LOCATION: 6605 13th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108
TIME: 9:00 - 11:00pm
$50 per person**
**15.25% tax added at Checkout (10.25% WA State Sales Tax/5% Seattle Admissions Tax)
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