The Fourth Annual Georgetown Haunted History Tour is this weekend, October 24th and 25th, with two nights of four one-hour walking tours each. The Friends of Georgetown History promise “creepy stories, haunting theatrics and ghoulish music” for all. Ticket and other info may be found at this link. Costumes are encouraged.
I thought that having a kids’ event from 1:00-3:00 pm on a school day sounded strange. Turns out the kids’ Halloween event at the Georgetown Morgue is actually this coming Saturday. The original post has been corrected. The Weekly calendar where we found the item was dated today — the publishing day, not the event day. Live and learn.
Sorry for the short notice, but right now Saturday at the Georgetown Morgue (soon to be the site of this year’s KUBE Haunted House), 5000 E. Marginal Way South, there’s a “scare-free” event for kids, with pumpkin decorating, costume contests, and so-on. It’s scheduled to run until 3:00 pm, so you still have time to get down there. It’s scheduled from 1:00 to 3:00 pm.
Afterward, there’s always the Haunted House itself, which opens that evening. But that one won’t be scare-free. (They suggest it for ages 12 and up.) It won’t exactly be cheap, either; tickets are $10â€“$25.
I don’t suppose anyone knows of any haunted houses up here on Beacon Hill — or perhaps in the Valley or Columbia City? If you do, fill us in on the details, please!
Thanks, Seattle Weekly— but next time, why not put the date of the actual event on the web page, instead of the publish date?