Recordings of paranormal voices captured in Pioneer Square
This week, KOMO's Brian Calvert has taken us to what some refer to as the most haunted spots in downtown Seattle.
We've taken you to the Seattle Underground, one of the most historic areas of the city. And it's fertile ground for tales of the unexplainable.
"We used to take the tour down here we used to talk about the little girl who ran up and down the stairs," says Mark Simpson of Spooked In Seattle tours.
As a peace offering of sorts, Mark and crew placed a child-size chair for the spirit of the little girl. They even put a little doll in the chair. As you can imagine, the chair has moved a few times, but recently, there was an added twist.
"And the doll was actually sitting on the floor and one of its arms was wrapped around the leg," recalls Simpson.
As it turns out, this space where the chair and doll resides is known as one of the most haunted places in Pioneer Square. The team has captured recordings on unexplainable voices. To hear them, and to see the mysterious moving sign we caught on camera, watch the video link above for the full story.