Haunted Everett, Washington

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The historic mill town of Everett, abutting the deep, dark waters of Puget Sound, has been haunted since its founding. The Rucker family’s spirits are said to linger near both their distinctive pyramid-shaped mausoleum and mansion by the bay, and the shadowy figures of former patrons and entertainers are purported to roam inside the Historic Everett Theater. Many believe the angry shades of laborers still riot, demanding freedom of speech just like on that horrible November night in 1916 when several lost their lives. Even the Everett Community College library is rumored to house ghosts reading their favorite books. Author Deborah Cuyle reveals the spooky history of the City of Smokestacks and the spirits that refuse to leave it.
ISBN: 9781467142847
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Washington
Series: Haunted America
Images: 67
Pages: 112
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Deborah Cuyle currently lives in Snohomish and loves everything about small towns. She has written other books, including : Images of America: Cannon Beach, Oregon, Kidding Around Portland, Haunted Snohomish, Ghosts of Leavenworth and the Cascade Foothills and The 1910 Wellington Disaster. Her passions include local history, animals, the beach, art and writing. She enjoys thinking about the possibility of an afterlife and especially loves swapping chilling ghost stories with friends and family.
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