Haunted Houses and Scary Attractions for Seattle-Area Families

Wild (and mild) scares with kids around seattle, the eastside and south sound.


By Lauren Valencia

Published on: september 26, 2023.


It’s time for tweens and teens to scream with fright (and delight) at haunted houses and scary Halloween attractions taking place this month. Seattle haunted houses aren’t the only frights around town: Brave souls can enter a haunted corn maze, haunted woods or even a haunted chocolate factory !

And if you’ve got younger kids, never fear. Many attractions include a less-scary or unscary option for the younger set.

Be sure to check the website of each attraction before you head out, to confirm all the current details. 

Looking for more Halloween fun? Check out our Halloween page !

Seattle haunted houses

1.  georgetown morgue haunted house , seattle.

Held in a morgue that claims to be the site of “the most horrifying unsolved crime in Seattle history,” the scares start before you walk into this popular haunted house. See the video on the website for a taste of the terror. The new terror in 2023 is the Dark Maze. You and your friends are alone in a pitch dark maze, until you find your way out! 

Location: 5000 E. Marginal Way S., Seattle Dates:  Open select days Sept. 22–Nov. 4. Price: $35 per person (Dark Maze is an additional $8). Book tickets online . Ages: Recommended for ages 12 and older

2.  Nightfall Orphanage , Seattle

Nightfall Orphanage is held in a private home in a residential area of West Seattle. There is no admission fee, but donations are collected and encouraged. Organizers accept non-perishable food donations for West Seattle Food Bank and monetary donations for Washington’s National Park Fund. Make sure you read all the information about parking on the website, and note that there are no bathrooms available. 

Location:  4544 51st Place S.W., Seattle Dates: Oct. 13–14, 20–21 and 27–31, 7–10 p.m. Price: Free! No tickets are required, simply show up the night you want to go, and bring along your donations. Note that sometimes the line to enter can be long.  Ages: Recommended for ages 10 and older

3.  Laurelhurst Haunted House , Seattle

The Laurelhurst Haunted House was started as a community service project to raise money for Northwest Harvest . Over the years this neighborhood event has continued to grow. Turn up for a live-action haunted house, food and drinks, a donation-based raffle, costume contest, and games. 

Location: 3519 43rd Ave. N.E., Seattle Dates: Oct. 28, 29 and 31, 6–10 p.m. Price: No tickets necessary. Suggested donation of $1 or canned food, all to benefit Northwest Harvest Ages: Recommended for ages 13 and older Less scary fun: There are plenty of activities outside the haunted house for kids of all ages, including Halloween games, music and a costume contest. 

4. Seattle Chocolate Haunted Factory Tour , Tukwila

Brave the dark, eerie halls of the Seattle Chocolate Factory on a quest to save it from an evil spirit. Use clues to solve the puzzle and earn a yummy reward! Plus, learn a thing or two about making chocolate along the way. The haunted factory tour is less than 30 minutes long, making it appealing to even the younger crowd. Location: 1180 Andover Park W., Tukwila Dates: Thursday–Sunday, Oct. 19–29. Tickets: $15 per adult and $12 for ages 12 and younger. Book online .  Ages: Ages 8 and older with families. Unscary fun: Sensitive kids might get a little fright but this tour is designed with kids ages 8 and older in mind.

Tour guide at Seattle Chocolate’s Haunted Factory Halloween themed tour

5.  Fright Fest at Wild Waves , Federal Way

The water rides are closed, but 25-plus amusement park rides are open and Wild Waves is packed with scary (and not-so-scary) fun. For thrill-seekers, there are two haunted houses and a spooky trail walk that opens at 6 p.m. For everyone else, check out Booville in Kiddie Land on weekends, 2–6 p.m., for crafts, activities, trick-or-treating and theme park rides. Wear your best Halloween costume and show it off at the costume contest, every Saturday and Sunday at 3 p.m. You can also catch performances by Xakary the Magician, Saturdays and Sundays only. 

Are you a Wild Waves 2023 or 2024 season ticket holder? Well here’s some good news: Fright Fest is included! Note that reservations are still required .  Location: 36201 Enchanted Parkway S., Federal Way Dates: Friday–Sunday, Oct. 6–29. Tickets: Single-night admission is $49.99 online ($59.99 at the gate); admission for kids under four feet tall is $34.99; ages 3 and younger free. Purchase tickets online . Ages: Recommended for ages 13 and older; Booville and family stuff are okay for all ages. Unscary fun: For ages 12 and younger, Booville offers lots of scare-free activities, like a hay bale maze, crafts, trick-or-treating and theme park rides.

6.  Stalker Farms , Snohomish

Stocker Farms turns into creepy “Stalker” Farms at night! If you dare, enter the Slasher Family Homestead or Pogo’s Funny Farm in the haunted cornfields. Or do both if you’re feeling brave! If that’s still not enough thrills, you can try the new addition, Eski’s Dark Harvest. The Eski are the demonic ancestors of the Slasher family and this VIP experience is a tail of terror through a dark corn field. 

The Toxic Blaster shooting gallery is also new in 2023. A massive spill of radioactive waste has mutated Stalker Farm’s already blood-thirsty denizens and made them twice as dangerous! Can you keep the monster at bay, or will they escape and eat your eyes! 

Location: 8705 Marsh Road, Snohomish Dates: Friday–Sunday, Sept. 30–Oct. 29, plus Thursday, Oct. 26. Tickets: Admission is $19.95 per person when you purchase tickets online ($28.95 at the gate), VIP entry with additional attractions costs $42.95 ($49.95 at the gate). “No Scare” evening tickets are $19.95 per person ($28.95 at the gate). Buy tickets in advance online starting on Sept. 25. Ages: Recommended for ages 13 and older; nighttime “no-fright” corn maze and Midway are okay for all ages. Less Scary fun: Night No Scare tickets allow you to explore the corn maze and the Midway (carnival-style games, food trucks and more) after dark but without the scary stuff.

7. Thomas Family Farm at Night , Snohomish

This is a family-friendly farm by day, but it’s haunted by night! Feel the terror while you walk the quarter-mile-long Nightmare on 9 Haunted Trail, play Zombie Paintball and/or brave the Nightmare on 9 haunted house. You can also buy tickets to navigate the corn maze by flashlight after dark. 

Location: 9010 Marsh Road, Snohomish Dates: Friday–Sunday, Oct. 1–29. Tickets: Nightmare on 9 Haunted Trail $31; Zombie Paintball $31; Nightmare on 9 Haunted House $31; flashlight corn maze $15; combo tickets available. Buy tickets in advance online . Ages:   Nightmare on 9 Haunted Trail and Haunted House recommended for ages 12 and older; Zombie Paintball recommended for ages 8 and older; flashlight corn maze is appropriate for all ages. Less scary fun: Bring your own flashlight to navigate the corn maze at night!

8.  Nile Nightmares , Mountlake Terrace

This fright-fest recommended for ages 13 and older offers seven different haunted scenes, such as the Slaughterhouse, The Attic and the Curse of the Nile. Try out the four horror-themed escape rooms for even more thrills (for an additional cost). On Saturday, Oct. 21, younger kids and families can come for Family Funfest, featuring a lights-on tour of the haunted attractions.

Location: 6601 244th St. S.W., Mountlake Terrace Dates: Friday–Sunday, Sept. 29–Oct. 29, plus Oct. 31. Unscary Family Funfest is Saturday, Oct. 21, 11 a.m.–3 p.m. Tickets: $40 at the door (purchase online for a discount); Family Funfest $10 per child with accompanying adults free. Purchase tickets online . Ages: Ages 13 and older for haunted attractions; all ages at Family Funfest on Oct. 21, though displays may still be too scary for sensitive souls Less scary fun: The fright-free opportunity here is Saturday, Oct. 21.

9.  Fright House Station , Tacoma

Do you date to journey underground where lights and hope fade? This story-driven haunted experience promises lots of scares and invites you to, “walk the village’s corrupted streets, brave a sinking cargo ship, and descend deeper and deeper beneath the waves to face unspeakable eldritch evil.” Yikes! 

Location:  626 E. 25th St., Tacoma Dates:  Thursday–Saturday, Sept. 29–Nov. 4 (closed Nov. 2)  Price: Admission is $17 (plus fees). You can add a Wand of Courage that can scare away monsters for $5. Make reservations online , and note that tickets are for a specific day and time.  Ages: Recommended for ages 12 and older

10.  Maris Farms Haunted Woods , Buckley

This 35-minute journey through the corn and into the creepy, haunted woods is full of heart-stopping thrills. Flashlights are not allowed on this haunted walk. Get ready for psychotic patients, bloodthirsty zombies, apocalyptic warriors and more. Yikes!

Location: 25001 Sumner Buckley Hwy., Buckley Dates: Friday–Sunday, Sept. 30–Oct. 29.  Tickets: Haunted Woods general admission is $40. The non-scary flashlight maze is included with Farm Play admission ($31) and is available on Friday and Saturday when the farm is open until 10 p.m.; tickets available online only . Ages:  Ages 10 and older for Haunted Woods; all ages for flashlight maze. Less Scary fun: The unhaunted flashlight maze caters to families with younger kids and those not desiring a scare.

11.  The Haunted Forest of Maple Valley , Maple Valley

This favorite haunted woods attraction is dark and spooky in the evenings — recommended for ages 10 and older only — but it also offers a Family Walk that promises “more light, less fright” for all ages.

Location: Royal Arch Park, 20821 Renton-Maple Valley Road in Maple Valley Dates: Friday–Saturday, Oct. 6–28; Family Walk takes place Saturdays, 4–6 p.m. Tickets: $20 per person. Express “RIP” tickets, military and group discounts available; Family Walk $5; ages 2 and younger free. Purchase online .  Ages: Recommended for ages 10 and older; Family Walk is for all ages. Less scary fun: Family Walk promises more light, less fright and takes place Saturdays, 4–6 p.m.

12.  Fright Factory , Buckley

Get ready, the Fright Factory has been rated as one of the scariest and most realistic haunted attractions in the Puget Sound area. It is not for the faint of heart! Check out the promotional video on the website for a taste of what you are in for. 

Location:  2000 Collins Road, Buckley Dates: Friday–Sunday, Sept. 30–Oct. 31 (also open Oct. 26 and Oct. 30–31). Times vary, see website for details.  Price: Purchase your admission onsite for $20, cash only. Receive $1 off with a donation of canned food.  Ages: Recommended for ages 10 and older

13. Rutledge Haunted Corn Maze , Olympia

You never know what might be waiting around the corner in Rutledge’s creepy haunted corn maze. Completely separate from the daytime maze, the haunted maze is sure to stir up some screams in the dark of the night. (Warning: The website shows creepy clowns with chainsaws! Gulp.)

Location:  302 93rd Ave. S.E., Olympia Dates: 2023 dates TBA Tickets: 2022 prices were $23 per person (plus a $2 fee). Purchase tickets online. Ages: Recommended for ages 10 and older Less scary fun: You can explore   Rutledge’s regular corn maze at night for some less scary fun. $12 per person (plus a $2 fee). Fire pits are available for rent on Friday and Saturday nights.

14. My Morbid Mind , Lacey

This haunted house has been a local favorite for many years and now has quite a following. Think creepy barn and intense haunted maze.  Location: 4548 Marvin Road S.E., Lacey Dates: Select dates, Oct. 6– 31 Tickets:  $24 per person Saturday and Sunday, $22 on a “school nights” (when you purchase online , prices at the gate vary by day); $5 for no-scare walk-through for kids, purchase tickets at the gate. Ages: Ages 13 and older; all ages okay for kids’ walk-through, though some displays may still be too scary for sensitive souls. Unscary fun: Kids’ Walk-Through with lights on and no frights, Oct. 28, 5–6:30 p.m.

15.  My Haunted Forest , Vaughn

This one is a bit of a drive (about 40 minutes from Tacoma, a little over an hour from Seattle), but for fans of haunted thrills it will be worth the journey. This experience transports you into a medieval alternate reality with dragons and other mythical beasts lurking in the woods. The trail is about a mile long, and this unique experience has been described as “ren-faire meets scare-faire”.

Can’t make the drive, or want to check out how scary it is? You are in luck, because My Haunted Forest will be live streaming every night they are open in October.

Location: 17616 S. Vaughn Road N.W. in Vaughn Dates: Friday and Saturday nights, Sept. 30–Oct. 29 (plus a few additional nights in Oct., see website for details) Price: General admission is $28. Purchase tickets online , and note that they are for a specific day and time slot.  Ages: No age recommendation given, you know your kids best! Less scary fun: Every night between 6–7 p.m. is “low-scare” hour. During this time animatronics are turned on, actors will be in costume and interact with you, but they will not attempt to scare you. This hour is open to all ages, kids 5 and younger are free. 

Editor’s note: Kari Hanson contributed to this article, which was originally published several years ago. It’s updated every year with new thrills and chills, most recently for 2023.

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Halloween haunted houses and spooky tours in the Puget Sound region

The following list of Seattle and Puget Sound Halloween attractions and haunted houses are very scary and intended for adults and teens. Some of these attractions are indoors, some are outdoors, and some are a mix. Those that are indoors are often in unheated buildings. It you are looking for corn mazes, check out our list of corn mazes (scary and friendly) in the Seattle-Tacoma metro area .

Below, we begin with a list of “Tips for visiting haunted houses”. If you are familiar with haunted houses, you can probably skip this. But if you are going for the first time or what to try something scarier this year, you may want to read these recommendations.

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Tips for visiting haunted houses

Things to know before you go:

Not cheap. Our threshold is $15 regular adult admission in order for admission to be called “cheap”, which most haunted attractions are not. We post them anyway. You know, to scare you. (Menacing laugh here.) Some do have advance purchase and special days discounts. So look for these to lower your costs. A few are cheap and some are even free—though at these locations people can mysteriously disappear and don’t report back…so we’ve heard. (More menacing laugh.)

Not for kiddos (12 or under). Most of these attractions are NOT recommended for children 12 and under. Some corn mazes are not haunted but are dark and can be scary for young children. Use common sense. Some locations offer a special “kid’s” time, when the lights are on and the scare-o-meter is turned off. So if you must take children 12 or younger, these are the ones to consider 

Not for those with health issues. Haunted houses and other scary Halloween attractions are not recommended for pregnant women or anyone with a physical condition who may be adversely affected by being surprised or frightened. In addition to the fright factor, effects such as strobe lights and fog machines may be used. Check with your healthcare provider.

Save online fees by buying your tickets at the venue or paying cash, if these options are available. Many accept credits cards, but some accept only cash, and few (if any) have ATMS.

Pre-show. Some venues have snacks, concessions, and/or food trucks, entertainment or other distractions while you are waiting in line

Restrooms or porta-toilets. Maybe, maybe not. Check. It is not recommended to go with a full bladder. Or a big meal for that matter. Just sayin’.

Parking. Many have free parking but be sure to confirm the situation and plan accordingly.

Waiting outside. Waiting lines are often outside; so, bring an umbrella or hood or hat if rain is predicted. In other words, dress for the weather and wear sturdy walking shoes.

Long waiting lines. The lines waiting to get in at haunted houses are longest on weekends and the week before Halloween. To avoid long waits, plan to go early in October, early on weeknights, or later on Sunday night. Some venues also offer a “fast pass” ticket, which lets you skip the waiting line to get in. However, this makes haunted attractions even more expense than they already are. We say save the money, plan ahead, and bring patience.

Length of attraction. Haunted attractions take varying amounts of time to go through, from 15 to 90 minutes depending on the size of the event and your speed. It can be faster if you are walking at a quickened pace (for example, due to terror). It can be slower also due to terror as well as for those who stop to laugh hysterically at the illusion of the event. Only you will know.

No refunds, no exceptions. Every attraction has a strict NO REFUNDS policy. The number one reason people request a refund is because they were too scared. Well, duh. If you leave in the middle of the attraction because it’s too scary for you, or don’t use the ticket due to illness or death (whether yours or a family member), or don’t show up as assigned for timed tickets, or the weather is bad, or any other reason you or Mother Nature can conjure up, you will not receive a refund on advance purchase tickets. No refunds, no exceptions.

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As a one-time real morgue, Georgetown Morgue has a history of death within its walls  – DepositPhotos.com

2023 Halloween haunted houses, corn mazes, spooky tours

Know before you go! Some venues are cashless, others are cash only and may or may not have ATMs on-site. Some do not sell tickets on-site, others only sell tickets on-site, and still others require reserved timed entry tickets. If available, we recommend buying tickets in advance as it may save you time from standing in line and/or guarantee you can get in. Advance purchase ***may*** also save you some money. Also look for special days and discounts on their ticket page. So, check their website before you head out and reserve your fright for the haunt.

Halloween attractions north of Seattle

(Listed roughly north to south throughout the region)

Whidbey Island Twisted Barn | The Roller Barn | Oak Harbor , 98 NE Barron Drive, Oak Harbor WA 98277. Offers four experiences weekends from late September to early November. This is a high scare haunt, with a focus on loud noises, flashing lights, quick motion props, phobias and gore. The matinee does have a lower scare factor, however many of the features in the haunt may still scare small children. When : Weekends late September – early November, plus Halloween week. Tickets : $15-$22. Price increases the closer we get to Halloween. 

Stalker Farms in Snohomish , about 35 miles northeast of Seattle. The seasonal outdoor event includes a midway space and two haunted attractions called Slasher Family Homestead & Pogo’s Funny Farm, plus a large daytime corn maze and a non-haunted nighttime corn maze. The two haunts require you to move through real corn paths (not mazes) and creepy scenes at your own pace. Other activities include giant jumping pillow, ball toss zone, farmer foosball, food zone, Clown Shot Paintball, and fire pits for rent. When : weekends in October. Tickets : $29-$50. Discounts: save with advance online purchase.

Thomas Family Farm in Snohomish offers day and night activities throughout October. Daytime: Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch, Fun Park (15+ activities), Escape Rooms, Beer and Wine Garden. Nighttime: Zombie Paintball, Nightmare om 9 Haunted House and Haunted Trail, Flashlight Corn Maze, Night Pumpkin Patch. When : Friday-Sunday in October (not all activities all days).

  • Free admission: Pumpkin Patch, Food Court, TVs with Live Sports, Beer Garden (21+), General Store. Single activity tickets : $5-$8/activity.
  • General admission tickets ($22/person) includes: Fun Park activities and Corn Maze.
  • Nighttime activities ($31) : Nightmare on 9 Haunted House, Haunted Hayride, Zombie Paintball, and Flashlight Corn Maze.

Nile Nightmares in Mountlake Terrace includes EIGHT haunted attractions, Food trucks, Carnival Treats Available, Beer Garden (21+). When: weekends in October, plus Halloween. Tickets : $40-$45/door. Price higher on select nights. Discounts: save with advance online purchase. Active Military Discount using Promo Code: FREEDOM23 (must have Military ID available upon request).

Seattle Halloween attractions

(Listed roughly north to south in Seattle)

Black Lagoon Halloween Pop-up is an award-winning Halloween pop-up experience that will take place at Rob Roy cocktail bar from September 26 – November 4, 2023 . Guests can fully immerse themselves with twisted and spooky environments, including dark, dungeon-like decorations with skulls, coffins and other elements that pay homage to goth, horror and all things Halloween. The drinks menu goes alongside the eerie decor, serving up six eerie elixirs. More info: Events | Rob Roy (robroyseattle.com)

Seattle/Laurelhurst Haunted House is closed in 2023. 

Private Eye Tours . in Seattle offers scenic, historical, and entertaining tours of Seattle’s dark history, mysteries, true crime, and hauntings. These are driving tours, riding in a comfortable van, with stops at locations that involve limited walking. The tours are available year-round by reservation only. When : selected tours and dates in October. More info: Private Eye Tours – Home (rezgo.com) Tickets : $45.

Seattle Terrors offers guided walking ghost tours year-round, with stories largely rooted in history and real-world hauntings and events. Peer deep into Seattle’s ominous past with a unique assembly of captivating hidden history and accounts of hauntings, revealing what makes Seattle one of the most compelling haunted locations in the country. From the old Squamish Burial Grounds to the Northwest’s first elevator for corpses, experience why- and how- the dead persist in haunting our beloved Cloud City. Ghost Tour Meeting Location: Four Seasons Hotel, 99 Union Street, Seattle WA, 98101. When : available nightly. Tickets : $25.

Unexpected Productions Improv (UPI) in Seattle

  • Horror Unexpected: Stories Grimm. An exciting, improvised horror show featuring new fairy tales created with your help. Experience the woods come alive with thrilling tales.  When:  Sunday, 10/1-10/29 at 7:00m. Tickets $15/GA: Horror Unexpected: Stories Grimm Tickets, Multiple Dates | Eventbrite
  • Poe Unexpected: Edgar Allen Poe Improvised. Discover the lost tales of Edgar Allan Poe! UP’s talented improvisers take inspiration from Poe’s literary masterpieces and your ideas to create the perfect blend of comedy and darkness that will have you in stitches.  When:  Friday-Saturday, 10/6 – 10/28 at 7:30 pm. Tickets $15/GA: Poe Unexpected: Edgar Allan Poe Improvised Tickets, Multiple Dates | Eventbrite

Spooked in Seattle offers online and in-person tours and ghost-hunts around the Pioneer Square area. Guests will hear ghost stories and see spooky sites around town. Be sure to dress appropriately for the weather as many of the tours are outdoors. Limited availability.

Rainier Valley Historical Society annual Comet Lodge Cemetery Tour (2100 S Graham St) focuses on the history of the cemetery and the people buried there.  Tickets are limited and sell out early. When : Halloween weekend. Tickets : $15.

Georgetown Morgue in south Seattle is one of Seattle’s scariest haunted houses created by the professionals at Seattle Haunts. The one-time actual morgue has a history of thousands of funeral preparations and cremations, as well as the processing of animal carcasses and some other colorful and gruesome events. The show changes every year, although some of the more popular scenes are carried over. All tickets have timed entry. The first two hours of each day, you may purchase a walk through ticket–this is a self-guided tour of the Georgetown Morgue haunted house with no actors–just animatronics. When : weekends late September – early November plus Halloween week. Tickets : $35/GA.  Discounts:  Sundays if you donate 4 cans of food. Groups of 15 or more.

Halloween attractions south of Seattle

The Veil (dachatheatre.com) in Burien at the historic Forestledge Mansion. Created and directed by Nathan Whitehouse. Long ago, a secretive gathering of occultists, magicians, scholars, and seekers of worlds beyond our own discovered a secret best left forgotten. Discover the truth of what happened at that fateful gathering – and shape the future for those who remain. When : October 13 – November 5, 2023. Tickets : PWYC $1-$60 at The Veil Tickets, Multiple Dates | Eventbrite

Haunted Forest of Maple Valley  (formerly Dark Hallow Haunt) is a mile-long indoor/outdoor attraction held in the “haunted trails” of the Royal Arch Park in Maple Valley, WA. Proceeds benefit local youth groups like DeMolay, Girl Scout troops, Jobs Daughters Int’l, Boy Scouts, Venture crews, a variety of Masonic Lodges, Eastern Star, and many other charities. When : weekends in October. Tickets : $20. 

Wild Waves Fright Fest in Federal Way transforms the amusement and theme park with a SPOOKTACULAR makeover for haunting Halloween thrills and chills. Enjoy Family-by-Day activities for little goblins and FRIGHT BY NIGHT in the evenings when the monsters come out to find their prey. Fright Fest is included with a Season Pass or daily admission.  When : weekends October 6-29, 2023. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Tickets : $49.99/daily admission. $69.99/2024 season pass. For a limited time only, buy or Renew your 2024 Season Pass and get FREE Fright Fest in 2023 & 2024, FREE Upgrade to Gold Pass, Plus FREE 2024 Parking, and more!

My Haunted Forest in Vaughn , WA (about 14 miles west of Gig Harbor) is open every Halloween season on the Key Peninsula in Pierce County. Brave the haunted forest……if you dare! Your nightmares take shape on the haunted trail as the bone-chill of fall has settled in and distant screams fill the air. This is an outdoor unpaved muddy nature trail in the woods.  When: weekends in October. Tickets : $28. Discounts: purchase early bird online (limited).

Tacoma Haunted House | Frighthouse Station (tacomahaunts.com)  (formerly Pierce County Asylum) is Tacoma Washington’s longest running (and largest) haunted attraction, located at the Freighthouse Station Marketplace near the Tacoma Dome in the dark underground where spirits walk, lights fade, and hopes dwindle. Why face the horrors of reality when you can confront the horrors waiting inside? When : weekends in October. Tickets : $17-20/advance. Discounts: prices higher at the door (if available)

My Morbid Mind in Lacey began as a residential yard haunt but moved to a barn in 2008, complete with multiple rooms, props, animatronics, pneumatics, and special effects. Considered one of the region’s best haunts, with improvements continually over the years. Come on down…if you dare…! When : weekends in October. Tickets : $23-25. No scare walkthrough Oct 28 from 5-6:20, $5. Prices increase weekends and as Halloween approaches. 

Fright Factory in Buckley (about 25 miles southeast of Tacoma) is a realistic and horrifying show rated as one of the scariest most realistic haunted attractions in the Puget Sound area, though not necessarily considered ‘spooky’ or ‘halloweenie’. When : weekends in October. Tickets CASH ONLY : $20.  Discount : Get $1.00 off admission with canned food donation. 

Maris Farms in Buckley (about 25 miles southeast of Tacoma) offers some of Pierce County’s best Halloween attractions. Laughter by Day, Screams by Night. Explore, Play & Eat. Pumpkins, Corn Maze, Haunted Woods.  When : weekends in October.  Tickets : we couldn’t figure it out, their ticket page has tons of info and there didn’t seem to be a Haunted Woods price yet. 2022 was around $30. Discounts:  purchase in advance online.

Halloween pumpkins in a spooky forest photo by Kesu01 - DepositPhotos.com

Haunted forest photo by Kesu01 – DepositPhotos.com

Other Halloween haunted houses, corn mazes, spooky tours

The following Halloween attractions are permanently closed.

Permanently closed. Nightmare at Beaver Lake | Facebook

Permanently closed. Tacoma Ghost Tours.

Permanently closed. Brads Boo Farm website no longer exists.

Closed in 2018. More info: Mill Creek Haunted Hollow | Facebook

Closed in 2019. More info: Frightville going out with a scream | Whidbey News-Times (whidbeynewstimes.com)

No update since 2021. Pumpkins at Titlow Beach in Tacoma . More info: https://www.facebook.com/gritcitymag/posts/922912098302084 and https://www.instagram.com/p/CUybIs0Dw0N/

Closed for 2022, no update as of 10/26/2023. Kitsap Haunted Productions – Bremerton, WA

Closed for 2023 (no tickets available). The Underground Paranormal Experience . Brought to you by the folks at the world-famous Underground Tour .

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Georgetown morgue, 5000 e marginal way s, seattle, wa 98134.


Reader Interactions

Carole Cancler says

October 10, 2018 at 9:37 AM

Thanks Joseph. Most of these are in our list above, though there are several haunted places and other information readers might find interesting.

Joseph says

September 28, 2018 at 11:08 PM

Here’s a bunch of new info on haunted houses in Washington: https://frightfind.com/state-frights/washington/

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21 fun Halloween 2021 events in the Seattle area

Editor’s note: Event details are subject to change. Please check your event’s website for the latest information, including on COVID requirements, and please heed local health authorities’ safety recommendations.

The spookiest weekend of the year is finally here! Whether you’re looking for local trick-or-treating , wondering which scary movie you should delight in or just wanting to enjoy the sights and sounds of this fun-filled holiday, Halloween weekend offers it all. Here’s a list of the Puget Sound area’s Halloween festivities, including haunted houses, themed museums and more.

Please note that this list is not exhaustive. If your city’s trick-or-treating event or other Halloween festivity isn’t included, check their websites to see if they plan to host any fall festivities.

All Hallows Eve — Oct. 29

Centerforce presents a costume-encouraged mixer and auction to benefit employment opportunities for King County individuals with disabilities 5-9:30 p.m. Wine, beer and hors d’oeuvres will be available, as well as an opportunity to win two Alaska Airlines tickets. Purchase tickets online ; $30. 1625 S. Tacoma Way, Tacoma; 253-584-1001; centerforce.net

Harvest Fest — Oct. 29-31

Now in its 10th year, this West Seattle Junction event features a scavenger hunt, Haunted Trivia Night hosted by Pegasus Book Exchange 7:30 p.m. Oct. 29 ($25 per team), and trick-or-treating 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 31 (free). Location varies; 206-935-0904; wsjunction.org

Boo! Seattle — Oct. 29-30

The Halloween-forward electronic music event includes three themed stages, multigenre musical experiences, performers and more. Purchase tickets online; $94/one-day pass. 800 Occidental Ave. S., Seattle; seattle.boo-halloween.com

Laurelhurst Haunted House — Oct. 29-31

The seventh annual Laurelhurst Haunted House to benefit Northwest Harvest includes six live-action characters, a “Friday the 13th”-themed Halloween backdrop, a costume contest, candy, Halloween music and more 6-9 p.m. each day; free with $1 suggested donation or one canned good per person. 3519 43rd Ave. N.E., Seattle; summitcapital-partners.com/laurelhursthauntedhouse

Cemetery Lichens Tour — Oct. 30

Join Dr. Katherine Glew and the University of Washington Botanic Garden at Mount Pleasant Cemetery to learn about lichens 10 a.m.-noon. Participants will also take home a user-friendly chart that lists lichens found in your neighborhood. Register online ; $30.  700 W. Raye St., Seattle; 206-543-8616; botanicgardens.uw.edu

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Si view park’s harvest festival — oct. 30.

The annual harvest festival runs noon-1:15 p.m., 1:30-2:45 p.m. and 3-4:15 p.m. Enjoy a petting zoo, pumpkin decorating, carnival games, a haunted house and prizes. Purchase tickets online ; $10. 400 S.E. Orchard Drive, North Bend; 425-831-1900; siviewpark.org

T’Challaween — Oct. 30

The South Seattle Emerald presents T’Challaween — A South End Tribute to Our Heroes, a socially distant costume parade along the Beacon Hill Stay Healthy Street 1-4 p.m. Find candy, a costume parade, a costume contest and live music and entertainment (including Shaina Shepherd, Chris King, Da Qween and more). Free. From South College Street to the South Spokane Street entrance to Jefferson Park; southseattleemerald.com

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark — Oct. 30

King County Library System hosts a virtual class to celebrate the season of spookiness with local author Kendare Blake at 2 p.m. Participants can support the winners of the Terrifying Tales contest as they share their stories out loud. Costumes are welcome. Register  online ; free.  kcls.org

Street of Treats — Oct. 30

Join the Kent Downtown Partnership in celebrating the harvest season with activities for all ages, a costume contest and treats from participating merchants. 2-5 p.m.; RSVP online , free. 224 W. Meeker St., Kent; 253-813-6976; downtownkentwa.com

Des Moines Trick-or-Treat Path — Oct. 30

From 2-5 p.m., p articipating businesses will be decorating and handing out candy at the Des Moines Marina District. Free. Marina View Drive and Seventh Avenue South, Des Moines; 206-870-7675; facebook.com/destinationdesmoines

Thrill the World — Oct. 30

The Seattle Thrillers partner with The Friends of Normandy Park Foundation for the 15th annual worldwide simultaneous “Thriller” dance event 2-6 p.m. This day of activities includes free pumpkins (while they last), a costume contest, a scavenger hunt, live music, a beer garden, vendors, a vaccination clinic and more. There will be three “Thriller” dances: one happening simultaneously with other cities and countries; the second with children leading; and the third inviting spectators to participate. Register online ; free. 19803 First Ave. S., Normandy Park; 206-356-9056 ; friendsofnormandypark.org

Trick-Or-Treat Street — Oct. 30

Put on a costume and enjoy live music, photo ops and candy from storefronts 2-6 p.m. with over 40 participating businesses. Free. 116 W. North Bend Way, North Bend; northbendwa.gov

Treat Street @ Kirkland Urban — Oct. 30

Kid-friendly games and treats provided by local Kirkland businesses, a giant candy shoot, light-up Halloween character displays, balloon and glitter artists, a popcorn station, a pumpkin craft, acrobatic performances and live music are all part of this event for families 3-7 p.m. Free. 425 Urban Plaza, Kirkland; kirklandurban.com

Stella’s Zombie Soiree — Oct. 30

Zombies take over Hotel Sorrento with a graveyard menu, cocktails and more spooky surprises 5-11 p.m. Participants are invited to dress in their finest graveyard attire to enjoy dinner, a photo booth, tarot card readers, ghost tours, a costume contest and more. Purchase tickets online ; $90 (includes dinner and two drink tickets). 900 Madison St., Seattle; 206-622-6400; hotelsorrento.com

Snack Attack! — Oct. 30

Wallingford’s nautical-themed Octopus Bar hosts a food-themed costume party where everyone is encouraged to come “looking like a snack” 8 p.m.-2 a.m. Enjoy raffles, live music, a costume contest with a $500 prize, specialty drinks and more. $5 cover. 2121 N. 45th St., Seattle; 206-397-4557; facebook.com/events/599935381033050

Pumpkin Chomp & Stomp — Oct. 30-31

Keep your eyes peeled at Northwest Trek for animals chomping, stomping and rolling in pumpkins 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 30-31. Purchase tickets online ; free with admission or membership. 11610 Trek Drive E., Eatonville; 360-832-6117; nwtrek.org

Georgetown Haunted History Tour — Back from the Dead! — Oct. 30-31

Join Northwest Film Forum’s virtual haunted history tour available for viewing anytime Oct. 30-31. Georgetown was settled 170 years ago, and this tour invites participants to experience its spooky history and stories. Purchase tickets online ; $20. nwfilmforum.org

Scary Run — Oct. 31

The sixth annual run invites participants to get in their Halloween costumes and “run for their lives” at 8:30 a.m. (half marathon) and 9 a.m. (5K and 10K). Festive food and drink will follow the races. Register online ; price varies. 1703 Main St., Washougal; 360-314-4682; whyracingevents.com

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The Museum of Fright — Oct. 31

Things may look a little different at the Museum of Flight 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Find Halloween-themed games and activities including a ghoul hunt, Halloween planetarium adventure and spooky stories. Costumes are encouraged. Purchase tickets online ; free with admission. 9404 E. Marginal Way S., Seattle; 206-764-5700; museumofflight.org

Witches High Tea — Oct. 31

Practice your craft and perfect your spells at 1 or 4 p.m. Participants are encouraged to wear costumes. Enjoy savory tea sandwiches, treats and cakes for all ages (and libations for those 21+). Purchase tickets online ; $96 (full tea service included). 900 Madison St., Seattle; 206-622-6400; hotelsorrento.com

Kids Cones for Costumes — Oct. 31

Salt & Straw invites kids 16 and under to enjoy a free kids scoop in a cup or sugar cone when they visit any of the shops in a costume. Free. Location varies; saltandstraw.com

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Nothing scares people from Seattle more than… well, the thought of driving in even a trace amount of snow. Or driving anytime, thanks to our notoriously bad traffic. But the scariest things in Seattle after that are all on this list of haunted houses, corn mazes, ghost tours, and other attractions -- all of which are definitely worth driving to. Especially since it's unlikely to snow before Halloween. Hopefully. 

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The Georgetown Morgue

Georgetown This intense tour of a fictional Georgetown morgue features tons of tight industrial spaces packed with people risen from the dead mid medical procedure that will inevitably jump out at you from the shadows when you least expect it. Just don't say we didn't warn you.  Cost: $15

Bill Speidel's Underground Tour

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Pioneer Square A nocturnal version of Seattle's famed tour of the underground spaces created when the city was rebuilt on top of itself after a massive fire in 1889, this "hands-on, lights off" attraction promises to introduce you to all of Pioneer Square's notoriously murdered subterranean spirits.  Cost: $33

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Stalker Farms

Snohomish At Stalker Farms, you can play even more zombie paintball, peruse the Stalker Farms corn maze, or check out the Last Laugh Haunt... at your own risk, obviously. Purportedly, killer clowns have been sighted laughing maniacally all throughout the farm... at what? Your guess is as good as ours... but it's probably how bad you are at paintball. Got ‘em.  Cost: $19.95 - $32.95

Spooked in Seattle Museum & Tours

Pioneer Square  SIS started 15 years ago in association with AGHOST, or the Advanced Ghost Hunters of Seattle Tacoma (no, we're not kidding). It’s the town's longest running ghost tour and features a handful of different supernatural-inspired walks around Seattle's oldest 'hood, including the provocatively named "How to Murder" tour.  Cost: $14 - $25

Market Ghost Stories

Market Ghost Stories

Pike Place Market Below Seattle's famed farmers’ market, through a doorway in Seattle's notorious Gum Wall, Unexpected Productions has been entertaining the city with a variety of theatrical shows, including this 75-minute excursion through Pike Place's unusual arcades and alleys that explores the oft overlooked darker history of Seattle. Cost: $16 - $20

Nightmare at Beaver Lake

Nightmare at Beaver Lake

Sammamish So you’re walking a trail through the woods...at night...while horrifyingly costumed actors leap out of the dark to scare you. If that doesn't give you nightmares, the hordes of teens and young kids at this more family-friendly haunted attraction probably will.  Cost: $12 - $20

Fright on 44th

Columbia City This one-night-only haunted house is actually a haunted library , where the scares are inspired by chilling tales like IT, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Goosebumps , and other classics. And as for why it'll actually turn out to be the haunted house of your dreams... please see the cost below. Cost: Free

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Know what's scary? No, not how long we have to wait for Thanksgiving to actually happen (so long!). What's scary are these haunted, spooky, and creep-tastic Northwest destinations. 

What's creepier, the idea of vampires living on the Olympic Peninsula to stay out of the sunlight, or that a tiny fishing town was easily overrun by Twilight fans? Forks is almost back to normal , but there are still remnants of the phenomenon to be found (though celebration is largely limited to a September festival).

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Port Gamble

So haunted! The tiny company town of  Port Gamble  on the Kitsap Peninsula is the site of regular ghost tours and an  annual ghost conference  in November. They claim they have the "most haunted" house in the state. But if there's a hellmouth below this burg, it doesn't keep it from being awfully charming.

Lake Quinault Lodge

Beverly is the resident ghost. The Olympic National Park is the backdrop, and Franklin D. Roosevelt is the president who formed the national park as soon as he arrived at  Lake Quinault Lodge and took a gander at the damp wonderland.

Infamous horror author Stephen King may have thoroughly New England roots, but many of his movies were filmed out here. A few of the eerie spots with the Stephen King stamp of scariness:

Thornewood Castle

Site of the Stephen King miniseries Rose Red, in which the big scary protagonist was a house. (Not a house haunted by ghosts, but the house itself.) Thornewood Castle is actually a hotel just south of Tacoma with four-poster beds and Olmsted-designed gardens— romantic and creepy all at the same time.

Pennywise in Burnaby Village. Save us.

Burnaby Village Museum

The recreated Burnaby Village , an open-air museum just outside Vancouver, BC, was used in the Stephen King movie IT (the 1990 one). Including this scene , which is TERRIFYING. Hiding under the desk now. 

Timberline Lodge

Exteriors for  The Shining  were filmed at the  Mount Hood hotel  back in 1980. Weird that director Stanley Kubrick didn't want to film in the hotel that actually inspired the book, the  Stanley  Hotel in Colorado. Too close to home?

Can't get away? Seattle is plenty haunted itself, you know: Former  Seattle Met staffers have taken  a ghost-hunting trip with the city's ghost-hunting chapter and unearthed a (serial) killer ghost story about undertaker E.R. Butterworth . We even found a haunted house in Georgetown .

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Haunted Houses in Seattle

Haunted Houses in Seattle: The scariest things for people in Seattle are not just the rare snow, which makes driving frightening, or the always bad traffic. There are even scarier things in Seattle, like haunted houses, corn mazes, ghost tours, and other attractions.

Despite the fear of driving, these spooky places are worth the trip, especially since it’s unlikely to snow before Halloween. Fingers crossed!

Haunted Houses in Seattle

Haunted Houses in Seattle

Each haunted attraction in this vibrant city offers a unique experience, blending cutting-edge scares with classic horrors. From the immersive thrills of the Georgetown Morgue to the hair-raising adventure in the Stalker Farms Haunted Corn Maze, Seattle’s haunted landscape promises an unforgettable encounter with the supernatural.

Let’s dive into the top ten haunted houses that will test your courage and leave you breathless in the heart of the Emerald City.

#1. Georgetown Morgue Haunted House

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The Georgetown Morgue Haunted House stands out because of its impressive world-building and theatrical flair. Unlike other haunted houses that might have you blindly feeling around in bowls of cold spaghetti, this place has a rich history. The building itself, a former mortuary and crematorium, is surrounded by sensational rumors of murder and the supernatural.

  • Location: 5000 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98134
  • Days of Operations: September – October
  • Ticket: From $35 per person.
  • Contact: (206) 762-2067

#2. Nile Nightmares Haunted House

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For a more campy experience, Nile Nightmares at Nile Shrine Center offers six haunted attractions covering classic horror themes like laboratories, circuses, and slaughterhouses. Additionally, they have three escape room puzzle games and don’t forget to check out the special $10 kids days.

  • Location: 6601 244th St SW, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
  • Contact: (866) 666-1031

#3. Stalker Farms Haunted Corn Maze

Stalker Farms is a statewide favorite for spooky thrills, and this year, it’s back and better than ever. With seven attractions, this in-person experience promises to leave you with unforgettable memories of scares and excitement.

  • Location: 8705 Marsh Rd, Snohomish, WA 98296
  • Days of Operations: Throughout October
  • Ticket: $19.95-$49.95 per person.
  • Contact: (360) 568-7391

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#4. Cinema of Horrors Haunted House

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For horror movie enthusiasts, Cinema of Horrors offers a unique and interactive experience. Watch your favorite horror films in a drive-in movie format with live actors, ensuring you get the ultimate scare.

  • Location: 1301 Grade St, Kelso, WA 98626
  • Ticket: $69 per car.
  • Contact: (971) 266-1781

#5. Nightmare on 9 Haunted House at Thomas Family Farm

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Feel the terror at Nightmare on 9 at Thomas Family Farm in Snohomish. With three spine-tingling attractions in the evenings—a haunted house, a haunted trail, and zombie paintball—it’s an unforgettable haunted experience.

  • Location: 9010 Marsh Rd, Snohomish, WA 98296
  • Ticket: From $31 per person.
  • Contact: (360) 568-6945

#6. Scared to Death: The Thrill of Horror Film

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For movie lovers, Scared to Death is a haunted attraction featuring over 50 props and costumes from iconic horror films and TV shows. Explore items from A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, The Walking Dead, and many more.

  • Location: 325 5th Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
  • Days of Operations: Thursday to Tuesday, from 10 AM to 5 PM
  • Ticket: $31 per person.
  • Contact: (206) 770-2700

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#7. My Haunted Forest

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A unique blend of LARPing, Renaissance fair, and haunted house, My Haunted Forest at Grand Farms in Vaughn promises a trail filled with grotesque medieval terrors. While not suitable for kids after 7 pm, it’s a scare-free experience for them between 6–7 pm.

  • Location: 17616 S Vaughn Rd NW, Vaughn, WA 98394
  • Ticket: $24–45 per person.
  • Contact: (253) 617-4317

#8. Frighthouse Station

Tacoma’s iconic Frighthouse Station invites you to leave everyday existential dread behind for a fun sense of impending doom. Dive into murky depths and encounter lurking sea creatures with the all-new theme titled “From Beneath.”

  • Location: 626 E 25th St, Tacoma, WA 98421
  • Days of Operations: September – November First Week
  • Ticket: $20 per person.
  • Contact: [email protected]

#9. House of Spirits: A Haunted Cocktail Soirée

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Step into, House of Spirits , a historically haunted venue for a terrifying free-roam cocktail party. Experience interactive encounters, spooky entertainment, music, and, of course, actual ghosts in Dr. Grigor Volkov’s psychiatric facility where something went wrong.

  • Location: DAR Rainier Chapter House, 800 E Roy St, Seattle, WA 98102
  • Ticket: FROM $72.90 per person.

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#10. Underground Paranormal Experience

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For a nocturnal adventure, the Underground Paranormal Experience in Pioneer Square takes you through Seattle’s famed underground spaces, created after the city’s massive fire in 1889. This “hands-on, lights-off” attraction promises to introduce you to the subterranean spirits of Pioneer Square’s notoriously murdered history.

  • Location: 608 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98104
  • Ticket: $33 per person.
  • Contact: (206) 682-4646

Seattle offers a spine-chilling array of haunted attractions, ensuring a hair-raising experience for thrill-seekers. From the historical and theatrically immersive Georgetown Morgue Haunted House to the campy yet terrifying Nile Nightmares, and the statewide favorite Stalker Farms Haunted Corn Maze, the city boasts a diverse range of haunted adventures.

Whether you’re a horror movie enthusiast exploring Cinema of Horrors or seeking interactive encounters at the House of Spirits: A Haunted Cocktail Soirée, Seattle’s haunted landscape promises unforgettable encounters with the supernatural. So, brace yourself for a journey through the top 10 haunted houses that will test your courage and leave you breathless in the heart of the Emerald City.

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– SEATTLE – Select Dates September 22nd – October 31st

A night of eerie elegance .

Haunted Soiree: A Macabre Cocktail Party is a free-roam cocktail party inside of a historically haunted venue .  It’s a night of themed mini-cocktails, extravagant entertainment, music, macabre magic, surreal specters and interactive guest experiences.  A truly unique, 21+ Halloween Event for Grown-Ups!

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When you arrive, you’ll be free to experience the events of the evening at your own leisure.  You may simply choose to indulge in the included mini-cocktail tastings, enjoy the live shows and roaming entertainment; or you might decide to dig a little deeper and uncover the surreal ghost story that lies at the heart of it all.  Guests are encouraged to dress up for the evening, be it in costume, cocktail attire, or your favorite time-period clothing!

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Our  Mini-Spirit Tastings  are included in the ticket price, handcrafted and designed specifically for  Haunted Soiree .  The evening’s mini-cocktails are curated to feature a variety of unique flavor profiles.  Be bold, try them all and you may find yourself  haunted  by a new favorite spirit by the end of the night!


Each ghost you encounter has a unique backstory–and they’re just dying to tell you about it.  By speaking with them, you’ll slowly uncover the season’s original ghost story that connects each of the specters to a dark force that haunts the venue.  What is the true nature of the dark force? That is up to you to discover!  Each season’s story is an original tale, inspired by historical hauntings and regional folklore from a specific culture.  Every season is different, with a different cultural inspiration and folklore to discover!

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In 1950 Doctor Grigor Volkov ran a psychiatric facility with his wife Doctor Natalia Volkov.  All of their patients also lived at the facility, receiving full time treatment.   After the sudden death of Natalia Volkov during childbirth, everyone who lived inside the Volkov psychiatric facility was found dead–including Grigor Volkov himself.  The characters and themes of Haunted Soiree: The Volkov Possession are loosely based on real life inspirations, including the final days of Grigori Rasputin, the ancient god Veles and other Slavic folktales throughout the centuries.

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“The best haunted attractions in the country,”  by  PR Newswire  and  Forbes Magazine

“Meyer2Meyer maintains their reputation of stunning and imaginative creature designs, and thematic and immersive entertainment.” BecomeImmersed.com (re: The Bite LA)
"This is the second year I have attended the Haunted Cocktail Soiree and I had an amazing time (again)! This is such a unique experience and so much spooky fun. Halloween is my favorite holiday and this is the perfect way to celebrate it. I loved how the creatures actively engaged with us and kept us entertained--plus the cocktails were so delicious! And it was cool how so many people dressed up for the event. It's definitely worth the money and I'm looking forward to attending again next year." Connie B. (re: House of Spirits - Dallas, Five-Star Google Review)
"The perfect place to kick back and chill with your friends and other horror-like-minded folks. In a way, it’s a sanctuary that we didn’t know we needed where horror can flourish and be appreciated for what it is." Nightmarish Conjurings (re: Rated R - A Horror Speakeasy)
"If you haven't been to this event, GO! Go while you can! This was my first time with the experience, and I'll come back every year! It's an ADULT theme, the actors are wonderfully talented, and the cocktail/truffle pairings was on pointI" Chrisanne S. (re: House of Spirits Seattle, Five-Star Google Review)
"Words cannot describe the experience! It needs to be felt! Los Angeles definitely needs more events this magical. It was truly whimsical, cozy, and artistic..." Shawna O. (re: Kaleidoscope Experience, Five-Star Google Review)
"If you're really into the story...the narrative is so expertly crafted that I want to learn about the other haunts to see what evil connects them all...I can say, without a doubt, I will be attending any future Meyer2Meyer events in my city." Donna S. (re: House of Spirits LA, Five-Star Google Review)
"If you're like me and get really bored by basic bars where you're just supposed to get a drink and...sit down?...this is the perfect interactive night out! The entire experience was filled with surprise and delight. This venue was so artfully transformed into a world with many realms--and it was pretty much my inner child's dream world! Would highly recommend!" Alexa H. (re: Kaleidoscope Experience, Five Star Google Review)
"This is such a great event! We spent [a] fabulous time here! I love that everyone was dressed up, which created a unique Halloween atmosphere!" Liubov B. (re: House of Spirits Seattle, Five-Star Google Review)


Select Dates September 22nd – October 31st Location: 800 E Roy St, Seattle, WA 98102 Show Length: 2 Hours Age Restrictions: 21+ With Valid ID Mini-Cocktail Tastings: Included in Ticket Price. 4-5 Curated Mini-Cocktails, Depending on Ticket Type. Adult Trick or Treating: Decadent French Chocolates, Included With The Gold Package.

Rainier Chapter House – 1925 .  Designed by Daniel Riggs Huntington, a well-respected Seattle architect, this replica of George Washington’s beloved Mount Vernon home is nestled right in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill area. > Get Directions

800 E Roy St, Seattle, WA 98102

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is haunted soiree.

Haunted Soiree is an immersive theatrical production, combined with an old-school variety show, all dressed up as an upscale cocktail party. Each season of Haunted Soiree offers an interactive sinister story, an array of live entertainers and handcrafted miniature cocktail tasting flights. Guests can enjoy Haunted Soiree on a topical level by freely exploring the house, sipping on cocktails and socializing with the spirits, or they can take their experience to a deeper level by participating in ancient rituals and macabre activities to uncover the haunted history of the home. There is something for everyone!

Where is the event located?

Is there parking.

Parking is extremely limited.  We do encourage you to take advantage of ride shares or public transportation in order to fully enjoy your evening of cocktails.

Is the show scary?

You are able to control your own level of engagement. You may simply sip cocktails with your friends in a festively macabre environment while enjoying music and magic. Or, you may explore the darker more frightening interactive areas filled with oddities and creatures. There’s a level for everyone!


What are the miniature cocktails.

Included in your ticket price we create specialty craft cocktails specifically for Haunted Soiree.  We encourage you to try them all as a miniature tasting flight.  If you strongly dislike one of them you can return a full glass for another miniature cocktail that you did enjoy.  Each miniature cocktail is found at a different bar within the venue and themed after that space.

What type/flavors of liquor will be served?

There is a variety of craft cocktails available with different types of liquor. If you don't like a taster cocktail you may exchange your full taster for one that you do like!

I don’t drink alcohol, what are my options?

We can provide non-alcoholic beverage options upon request.

Will beer, wine and additional cocktails be available?

  Yes, however they are not included in the ticket price.  

Will there be any food served?

There will be light snacks available for purchase

Will you have vegan/vegetarian/gluten-free treats available?

There will be limited quantities of vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options available for purchase.

What if I have Allergies?

We don’t recommend partaking in the tasting experience if you have serious allergic reactions.  Ingredients are often prepared or packaged in areas containing many allergens and ingredients.  A full cocktail list with ingredients will be available upon request, Please read it carefully so that you don’t miss anything that can put yourself at risk. Please note in rare circumstances substitutions are made.

What are the age restrictions?

The show is 21+ with valid ID.

What time should I arrive?

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The Seattle Georgetown Morgue Ranked In The Top 13 Scariest Haunted Houses In The US

Don't visit Seattle's Georgetown Morgue unless you're ready for a serious scare.

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Seattle’s Georgetown morgue is the scariest experience you’ll ever have!

Looking for a truly frightening Halloween thrill this October? If you live in Seattle, you don’t have to go far. According to the expert thrill-seekers at Hauntworld, one of the country’s scariest haunted houses is right here in our city! The infamous Seattle Georgetown Morgue ranked in their 2022 list of the top 13 scariest haunted houses in the US. The morgue’s shocking past and unique Halloween experience earned it a spot on the list .

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Ranked at number 11 on the list, Georgetown Morgue is located (as you may have guessed) in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood. It has reportedly been there since 1928, and in that time the morgue managed to accumulate quite a laundry list of morbid events. The main legend is the most shocking one.

As the story goes, Charles and Henry Broughton purchased the morgue in 1939 and named it Broughton Brothers Funeral Services. Several years later, after an earthquake killed Charles, a gruesome event took the life of Henry as well as that of several of his employees. Allegedly, the morgue was broken into on October 25, 1968 by several men. All nine of the morgue employees, including Henry, were forced into a crematory and burned alive.

No record of this incident exists, but the story concludes with the City of Seattle acquiring the morgue the following year because there were no employees left. Whether it’s one of Seattle’s most disturbing unsolved crimes or simply an enduring ghost story, the fact remains that the Georgetown Morgue is considered one of the scariest places not just in Seattle but in the whole country.

Ready to get spooked? You can visit Seattle’s Georgetown Morgue for some Halloween fun now through November 5. The main attraction will have you walking through the dark morgue and dodging the creatures lurking within. Alternatively you can go on a more chill (but still spooky) self-guided tour that is free of actors and animatronics. They also host thrilling escape games at the morgue!

For the exact days and times they are open, plus information about getting tickets, visit their website . Good luck!

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The Georgetown Morgue is located in Seattle, Washington.

The Georgetown Morgue of Seattle is a facility for tragic stories of death. The morgue has a history of thousands of funeral preparations, cremations, and the processing of animal carcasses. The morgue holds what is considered to be the most horrifying unsolved crime in Seattle history. Wander below at your own risk to see if you can escape the body strewn sewers and private janitorial quarters of the Georgetown Morgue.


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By Patheresa Wells | Published September 20, 2023

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Are you  a freak for fall ? Ready for a Halloweentime right of passage? A  trip to a haunted house  is perfect fodder for a good date, especially a first date. (Long lines + trauma bonding = a chance you’ll have a plus one for Christmas.) So, ghouls and goblins, we’ve got a guide to some  local forsaken sites  that have yet to be forbidden. But beware, some horrors follow you home.

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Georgetown Morgue

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📆 Friday, September 22nd – Saturday, November 4th 📍 Georgetown Morgue: 5000 E Marginal Way S, Seattle 🎟 Starts @ $35

Want a haunted house in a location with an allegedly  creepy history ? Put  Georgetown Morgue  on your list.  

Billed as one of the “most intriguing historic urban morgues,” the Georgetown Morgue claims to have a gruesome history. In addition to serving as a morgue and crematorium, the morgue’s owners suggest the site has been the home of a missing body—later found dismembered—and other deaths. That includes the alleged “ Seattle crematorium massacre ,” where the morgue’s haunted house operators say that in October 1968, armed assailants  forced   all nine of the morgue’s staff members into a crematorium chamber . Leaving everyone as  ash . ( Evidence supporting this story is scant .)

The rumored morgue history serves as the backdrop to a terrifying Halloween experience. Your ticket gets you into  a walkthrough attraction  in the style of a  catacomb , where creatures (actors) roam. For those who want to experience more fear, add a new  dark maze experience  for an extra $8 a ticket. You and your group will try to flee a pitch-black maze. Good luck. (Leave young ones at home, as kids under 12 are prohibited.) 

Free parking  is available, with public transportation nearby. The experience is wheelchair accessible. No drinking is allowed, but there are plenty of spots nearby. Remember there’s a  “no touch” policy  (you don’t touch them; they don’t touch you). Because of their reputation as one of the best scares, the lines are often long—but there’s a  VIP line  for an additional charge. 


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📆 Friday, September 29th – Saturday, November 4th 📍 Freighthouse Square:   626 East 25th Street, Tacoma 🎟 Starts @ $17

Descend into the depths of the sea where  creatures from the dark come to life  at  Frighthouse Station , located at Freighthouse Square near the Tacoma Dome. This haunt visits the seaside village of Ammet Bay, where locals have returned from unspeakable terrors beneath the waves. With creepy set and character designs, this  H.P. Lovecraft-inspired spookfest  is a special nightmare. 

While the organizers behind Frighthouse recommend no one under 12 visits, they do offer a “ Wand of Courage ” for the faint of heart. For an added $5 fee, you can equip yourself with a wand where, if you raise it and yell, “Back, evil thing! I command you!” you’ll make the monsters  retreat . (If you don’t follow the instructions correctly, they’ll still pursue.) An “ Ultimate Fright Pass ” gets you faster access (less waiting in line) and a swag bag of spooky souvenirs for $40. No drinking, smoking, or vaping allowed. Also, no flash photography. This location is wheelchair accessible with assistance. 

Stalker Farms

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📆 Saturday, September 30th – Sunday, October 29th 📍 Stocker Farms: 8705 Marsh Rd, Snohomish 🎟 Starts @ $28.95

Billed as Washington’s “original haunted corn trails,” Stocker Farms’  Stalker Farms  is another spot with multiple attractions. 

The “ Slasher Family Homestead ” and “ Pogo’s Funny Farm ” are full of torments for the fearless, featuring traditional haunted experiences like scary clowns and chainsaw-wielding creeps. The farm also offers  a non-haunted nighttime corn maze  that’s good for kids, plus a giant jumping pillow, ball toss zone, farmer foosball, and fire pits for rent. A  VIP option , which includes a third haunted trail, “ Eski’s Dark Harvest ,” and a “ shooting gallery ,” is available. Hang out in the midway space before or after to enjoy food vendors, carnival-style gaming, and live entertainment on busy nights. 

Heads-up: Wheelchairs are allowed, but accessibility could be an issue. All attractions are outside, so there can be mud, bugs, corn stalks, uneven ground, fog, and, yes, rain! A  flash sale starts on September 25th, with online tickets at 30% off. 

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📆 Saturday, September 30th – Sunday, October 29th 📍 Thomas Family Farm: 9010 Marsh Rd, Snohomish 🎟 Starts @ $31

Come here for a  one-stop spooky spot  for everyone. Thomas Family Farm’s  Nightmare on 9  experience admits you to multiple attractions. First is the “ Vogel Institute ,” an indoor haunted house operating on the farm since 2012. Then there’s “ The Haunted Trail ,” a quarter-mile-long walk through the imagined ghost town of “Blackreach.” And the “ Zombie Paintball ” ride lets you shoot ghouls back into their graves. Want something without monsters? Try the “ Night Corn Maze .” 

Most activities are for ages 12 and over, with kids under eight not allowed. But onsite, there’s free access to a  nighttime pumpkin patch ,  food court , and  general store . You can even rent a  fire pit . For those old enough to drink, there’s a  beer garden . (Helpful if you need some bravery.) Parking is available, and a fast pass can be purchased to reduce wait times. Receive a discount plus free admission to the corn maze if you combine two or three activities. 

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📆 Friday, October 6th – Sunday, October 29th 📍 Wild Waves: 36201 Enchanted Pkwy S, Federal Way 🎟 Starts @ $35

A family-friendly theme and water park by day—beware,  the fright comes out at night . Popular with teens, Wild Waves’  Fright Fest  has multiple terror-inducing attractions. 

The “ Chamber of Souls ” serves as a traditional haunted house. Make your way through ghouls, corpses, and a zombie outbreak. Then head to “ Camp Whispering Pines ,” a trail where tortured camp counselors and slaughtered campers abound. The “ Voodoo Swamp ” is a shadowy bog full of creepy crawlers and curses. The first two come with admission, but the swamp costs an extra five bucks. 

To reduce wait times, a VIP pass  includes a separate line, the three haunted attractions, plus four thrill rides. Rollercoaster after, anyone? For those under 13 (or anyone who wants fun without fear), there is “ Booville ,” a kid-friendly, scare-free area with games, a magic show, and a Halloween costume contest. Tip: Plan to carpool due to paid parking. Buy tickets in advance because reservations are required.

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Seattle Tacoma Haunted Houses for Halloween 2022

Seattle’s haunted houses are some of the scariest in the United States. Enjoy a great night out with your spouse, date, or friends. Expect to be terrified at these haunted houses. For the price of a movie ticket you can be part of the action as you come face to face with terror. Most haunts use animatronics, great props, Hollywood-worthy sets, sound effects and actors with makeup beyond belief. You will be frightened.  Find all the local haunted houses, haunted trails, haunted corn mazes, haunted hayrides, haunted house near me, scream parks, and other Halloween fun attractions across the Seattle area and the state. The ghosts of the Seattle area are always wired up to scare the locals. Perhaps they put something special in the coffee here.  In any event expect to find some wonderfully scary Seattle haunted houses in Washington.

Carletons Fright Farm - Lake Stevens, WA Farm Fright opens every Friday and Saturday in October.  Gee what could be more creepy than a haunted swamp? There are three attractions featured here. Tickets are online for the Haunted Swamp, Zombie Farm, and the no haunt dark maze. A triple combo ticket is available. Oh they have added Zombie Paintball.  Box office open at 7 pm and closes at 10 pm. Attraction is open every Friday and Saturday nights in October plus a few other nights. They also have great daytime farm activities daily.  This place is lots of fun.  Check their website for details.

Kelso’s “Cinema of Horrors” voted the second “Must See” haunted house in Washington this Halloween season! Cinema of Horrors Haunted House, in its fifth year at Three Rivers Mall in Kelso, WA will return to haunt the old, abandoned Three Rivers Cinema starting every Friday and Saturday in October. This year’s frightful fun includes two haunted houses, family friendly trick-or-treat nights and more nightly fun! Tickets range from $10-$20 and $15 pre-sale tickets are available online now. “Dark Legends of New Orleans,” their newest attraction, offers a blood-curdling, very dark trip back in time to historic New Orleans where voodoo, witchcraft, spirits and more are thought to lurk… The Cinema will offer a wide variety of yummy Halloween-themed fair food and deep-fried goodies. For families wanting a not-so-scary experience, the haunted house will offer “Trick-or-Treat Nights” for families with children under 13 years of age.

Fright Factory - Buckley, WA Attraction opens up in late September.  A realistic and horrifying show put on as a charity benefit. Attraction is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October plus a couple other nights near Halloween. This is an all updated haunt at their same location facility. Most of the haunt is indoors.

Georgetown Morgue Haunted House - Seattle, WA Season begins in late September.  Located at the old Georgetown Morgue, The attraction runs Friday and Saturday nights in September and Thursday through Sundays in October.  Doors generally open at 7 pm. Check schedule on website for both opening and closing times which vary greatly by day.  Admission is $24 but combo options and discounts available. Upon delving deeper into the bowels of the Georgetown Morgue earlier this year, We unearthed a terrifying secret buried far beneath the blood splattered floor boards. Come take a tour and see what our Janitor’s Rigger and Mortis have been hiding all these years. Wonder below at your own risk to see if you can escape the body strewn sewers and private janitorial quarters of the Georgetown Morgue.

Haunted Forest of Maple Valley - Maple Valley, WA Sorry folks but The Haunted Forest will not open this year due to virus concerns.  The Haunted Forest is a scary mile long “haunted trail” that supports local community groups in the area. It is held at Royal Arch Park on Friday and Saturday nights in October. It opens at 7 pm and closes at 11 pm. A less scary hour is held 5-6 pm on Saturdays.

Haunted Nightmare at the Nile - Mountlake Terrace, WA Sorry folks but given virus concerns they will not open this fall.  This October, we dig up your favorite ghouls along with a few newly deceased ones. The Nile Nightmares Haunted House will feature six updated Attractions. The Curse of the Nile, Slaughterhouse, Infernum, the Doll House, 3D Circus and the always terrifying, Ballinger Asylum. If that isn’t enough, we dare you to solve our 5 minute escape rooms. Can you make it to the 13th floor in our all new state of the art Fright Elevator?

Kitsap Haunted Fairgrounds - Bremerton, WA The fun begins in early October.  The Kitsap Haunted Fairgrounds has been open for 19 years. The Haunt is open Friday and Saturday nights in October plus Halloween.  The open times are 6 pm to 11 pm. New attractions include zombie paintball and the haunted house.

Mill Creek Haunted Hollow - Mill Creek, WA They are a residential outdoor yard haunt which endeavors to entertain and amuse the public every year with Halloween fun and warmth.  Visitors are welcome to walk through the (grave)yard and enjoy the decorations, we also host a cider cart each year, which provides free hot cider to any and all who need a cup of warmth on a cold Halloween night.  Mill Creek is located in the Pacific Northwest; a gentle township nestled between Seattle and Everett, Washington. Most decorations come out in early October, but the week preceding Halloween is when we really show the yard haunt. We keep the basic lights on from dusk to 10pm leading up to Halloween. Halloween night, we have everything running, which includes audio and projections. We also serve free hot cider and give out candy to trick-or-treaters.

My Morbid Mind Haunted House - Lacey, WA Enjoy this season with opening night in early October.  A 5000 square foot walk through haunted house. This is the 17th year for the haunted house.  My Morbid Mind is opens at 7 pm and closes at 11 pm on the weekends and 10 pm on other nights. Open Friday and Saturdays in October plus lots of Thursdays and Sundays.  Check Facebook for schedule and details.  Tickets are priced depending on the date.

Nightfall Orphanage Garage Haunt - Seattle, WA Mr. Black Presents: Nightfall Orphanage – Garage Haunt Experience – West Seattle, WA “Bad Children go to The Bad Place. ” This refrain was common many years ago when Nightfall Orphanage still stood. Many in the community thought it was merely an archaic form of discipline for unruly children, until they began to realize. . . that all the children were bad. Mr. Black invites you to step back into the Bad Place, a gateway into the phantasmagoric realm of the Dark Reach that exists in the shadows between worlds. The radiant abyss where spectral echoes of what once was, and what should not be, materialize and take shape. They burned Nightfall Orphanage to the ground years ago. . . But sometimes evil rises from the ashes, some echoes never really fade, and some shadows never see the light. 7:30pm – 10:30pm on select nights beginning in the middle of October.  Admission is free but we will be accepting non-perishable food donations for West Seattle Food Bank.

Nightmare at Beaver Lake - Sammamish, WA Sorry folks but due to the virus they are taking a year off.  We hope to see them next year.  This haunt is a 100% all charity and all volunteer haunted attraction. The full scare attraction runs from 7 pm until 10 pm or 11 pm nightly. They are advertised as the most terrifying haunted house on the Eastside.  It runs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October plus the 30th and 31st. Every year in October a fearsome shadow falls over Beaver Lake Park. A group of demented, dedicated volunteers crawl out of the dark to put on an event that will leave you screaming. Come see the Nightmare At Beaver Lake, the Seattle area’s largest indoor/outdoor haunted house. Fear follows as you wind through a trail of terror nearly a mile long that leads you to a dreadful haunted house…

Nightmare on 9th - Snohomish, WA The Snohomish Slaughter House is the big attraction here following the gruesome death of one of the brothers. They are open Friday and Saturday nights from 7pm – 12am or 10pm on other nights. The fun starts weekends in October plus some daytime hours. Please check their web page.  This place is big on zombie paintball and a haunted hayride.  This is part of the Thomas Family Farm entertainment complex.

Stalker Farms - Snohomish, WA Stalker Farms is themed as “Corn Fed Horror”.  They are open most Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October.  Check web page for calendar details.  They offer 2 haunted attractions plus a non haunted corn maze as one packaged ticket and the paintball event The Hunt for Zombies as a separate ticket. With either ticket you can walk the corn maze. It takes about 15-20 minutes to go through each attraction. Field of Screams and The Last Laugh both are haunts you can expect to find darkness, fog, loud sounds, strobe lights, and scary actors. Yes the Zombies are real and scary. Stop by any Friday and Saturday or some Thursday and Sunday nights in October between 7 pm – 10 pm for the fright of your life. Double Dare online tickets are $19.95. They offer a combo Double Dare and No Scare for $24.45. Check the website for Zombie paintball tickets.

Shadows Haunted Fright House Station - Tacoma, WA Opening night is in late September 27th.  Shadows is now called Fright House Station.  It has two scary heart pounding attractions located at the Annex Square Mall. Shadows Dare the Dark Maze and Redemption are both unique attractions. Open nights this year on Friday, and Saturday in October. Tickets are $17 for individual attraction or $25 for the combo option. Frighthouse Station is Tacoma’s longest-running haunted attraction. You are cordially invited to step into two haunted houses – SHADOWS and The REDEMPTION – filled with nightmarish creatures, the shambling dead, the unnatural and unrelenting.  Take a moment to forget the nightmares of your life and enjoy the nightmares waiting for you inside – unexpected, waiting, without mercy. Are you ready?  Same location but the address has changed.  As usual they are located at the corner of 25th and G street.  The address is now 626 East 25th Street, Tacoma, WA 98401.

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The documents, related to a lawsuit involving Ghislaine Maxwell, an associate of the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, are anticipated to include names previously redacted.

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Court documents related to the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein are expected to be released soon with many names that were previously redacted, and prominent figures on the right are holding up the impending disclosures as evidence of wrongdoing by Democrats despite a lack of concrete information about what they will show.

Most of the names being made public — currently cited in the documents as John Does — have previously been identified in other court documents or in news reports as having been associated with Mr. Epstein.

A longtime friend of powerful people, including politicians, business executives and royalty, Mr. Epstein was accused of preying on girls as young as 14, bringing them to his homes and paying them for sex acts. He died at 66 by suicide in jail in 2019 , before he could stand trial in Manhattan on federal sex-trafficking charges, but his associate Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted in 2021 of conspiring with him and sentenced to 20 years in prison . Mr. Epstein’s estate has since paid out about $150 million in settlements to more than 125 women.

It is in connection with a defamation lawsuit against Ms. Maxwell that the documents are being released. That lawsuit was brought by one of Mr. Epstein’s and Ms. Maxwell’s victims, Virginia Giuffre. Previously, many of the names in the documents were sealed, but a New York judge ruled in December that some of them could be unsealed.

Multiple news reports have said that former President Bill Clinton will be among those named, a fact conservative commentators have jumped on, though there is no indication that it will be in connection with allegations of wrongdoing, and Ms. Giuffre has not accused Mr. Clinton of any misconduct. His office said in 2019 that he had flown on Mr. Epstein’s private plane but had no knowledge of Mr. Epstein’s crimes, and a spokesman pointed to that statement on Tuesday.

“President Clinton knows nothing about the terrible crimes Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to in Florida some years ago, or those with which he has been recently charged in New York,” the 2019 statement said, acknowledging trips and meetings with Mr. Epstein in the early 2000s. It added, “He’s not spoken to Epstein in well over a decade.”

Being named in the documents does not necessarily indicate that a person participated in or was aware of Mr. Epstein’s or Ms. Maxwell’s actions, and it was already known that Mr. Epstein was friendly with Mr. Clinton — as well as countless other celebrities and officials , including Donald J. Trump. It remains to be seen if the documents will say anything significant about Mr. Clinton or any other person.

But right-wing officials and commentators have seized on the impending release without caveats.

“For some us, it’s no surprise at all that Bill Clinton will be named in the Jeffrey Epstein files. We said it a long time ago but they labeled us conspiracy theorists,” Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, Republican of Georgia, wrote on X , adding, “Pedophiles belong in jail not on secret government lists.”

Ms. Greene’s comment adopted some conservatives’ description of the coming documents as a “list” of Mr. Epstein’s associates, but according to a person briefed on the documents, many of them are depositions taken from victims of Mr. Epstein and related court filings.

Others playing up the documents included the far-right commentator Benny Johnson; Graham Allen, a right-wing video streamer; and Brigitte Gabriel, the founder of the anti-Muslim group ACT for America.

One name expected to be included in the documents is that of Prince Andrew, who in 2022 settled a lawsuit filed by Ms. Giuffre accusing him of sexual abuse.

Matthew Goldstein and Benjamin Weiser contributed reporting.

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    Seattle's Underground. After the Great Seattle Fire of 1889, the city rebuilt on top of itself. The leftover underground remains renowned for paranormal spirits thought to be the neighborhood's notoriously murdered, unrequited souls. You can hear their stories as you roam the exclusive passageways of the world-famous Underground Tour.

  21. Seattle Escape Games

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