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PostWed Oct 29, 2003 4:00 pm 
Well then you must have heard of Carol Doda- she "displayed" her ample talents so to speak in that area at one time. biggrin.gif I only know of her because she was like a local institution down in SF for many years.

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PostWed Oct 29, 2003 8:34 pm 
I haven't heard the radio show, but I have heard of stuff like that. I never really believed in ghosts, but I believed in the possibility. Sorta "agnostic" towards the whole thing. I have seen some really really really scary crap go on though and have the Video Camera tape to prove it. Up at fort wordon (in port townsend) there was a lot of rumors going on about satanic rituals.. well we went up there to look around and man some weird stuff happened. I guess I dont need to get into and sound "Spooked" but I was definetly spooked. Still am in fact.

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PostSat Nov 08, 2003 8:10 pm 
Photo of Belltown
This is one of the first photos I ever took -- mid-1970s, Belltown (Ricoh SLR). This was one of the last wooden streets in the city, as I recall. This alley ran between Western and First Avenue. It was a whole different world back then. Karen
Belltown in mid 1970s
Belltown in mid 1970s

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PostSat Nov 08, 2003 8:51 pm 
You sure that wasn't the 1870's?

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PostTue Feb 13, 2024 6:08 pm 
The Underground Tour wasn't as cool as I expected. Walking downtown, Capitol Hill even, you see lots of glass sidewalk bricks. That excites curious minds! Where are more underground places in downtown Seattle? Access to tunnels in city businesses? I heard after the King Dome was demolished lots of tunnels went away. So sad! What if Seattle built back these wooden walkways as to remind us of it's history? That would be cool?!

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PostTue Feb 13, 2024 7:19 pm 
A 20 year old thread revived!

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