Before this site was The Rock, it was The Tankee diner but before that it was a restaurant called “The crab tree” (something like that). The book keeper was embezzling money in the 50’s. When the restaurant was going out of business she hung herself in the basement.
-a server claims she saw a woman in 50’s clothing pass through the walls in the women’s bathroom
-there’s actual footage shot by the previous Assistant Manager of a chair being thrown from a table
-both the previous Assistant Manager and a training server saw a white orb fly across the security camera screen and the motion sensor go off inexplicably, no one else was present in the restaurant.(this has been reported to happen many times)
(Submitted by Madison E)
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- 4010 196th St SW
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- 47.82047739999999, -122.28767620000002
- Snohomish County, Washington
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