Historic Panama Hotel Bed and Breakfast

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The 1910 hotel is rumoured to be haunted. Reports of paranormal activity include doors slamming, windows being rattled by unseen hands and a ghostly couple clad in 1920’s attire who have been seen having a conversation on the upper floor.

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Geographic Information

Address:
605 South Main Street
Seattle, WA
United States

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GPS:
47.5998719, -122.32601310000001
County:
King County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Seattle, WA (0.5 mi.)
Medina, WA (4.8 mi.)
Mercer Island, WA (5.2 mi.)
Hunts Point, WA (5.4 mi.)
Clyde Hill, WA (5.5 mi.)
White Center, WA (5.9 mi.)
Bellevue, WA (5.9 mi.)
Yarrow Point, WA (6.0 mi.)
Beaux Arts Village, WA (6.0 mi.)
Newport, WA (7.1 mi.)

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  1. I went here in 8th grade with my class. I was 13 almost 14 at the time. Our school had arranged some tours with the hotel. We (My 4 friends and I) got there and there were only 3 people in the entire hotel. The lady who checked us in, the girl who have us the tour, and the janitor. We were standing by the stair with our backs turned towards the front desk. The girl came over and was ready to give our you tour. The first room to our right had only had one door, the door you enter though you also exit through. I had decided to take a picture of the room for some reason and there was nobody in that room, I know this because the 5 of us were blocking that door, there was no way anyone could have gone in. Then we continue the tour and we go into the first hotel room and the lady starts explaining the history, not creepy just really old fashioned stuff. We went to the second room that we were going to get a tour of, they were two rooms that were connected. The girl, my friend, and his mom were in the room since all of us didn’t go in at the same time. In the hallway we (my bestfriend, this girl I was friends with, and I) notice that at the end of the hallway there is a door that locked from the outside, but we could see that there was a light on in the room. We all thought that fleas super weird. About 10 seconds later, we started to hear heels clicking from the other hallway. It would be impossible for heels to make any type of noise since there was a thick plush carpet laid out. I pushed my bestfriend into the main hallway and asked him to check, he said there was nobody there, also we would have seen someone there, but we didn’t see anyone. Once we were leaving we asked the tour guide if we can go check out the other floor on top of us. She says, “this is the only floor.” We then said, “no that floor.” And pointed towards the stairs. She immediately was like, “No that’s off limits” we were like “okay”. We then went back to school and I checked my photos and found the janitor sitting in the room, we’re at taking the picture he was looking directly at my camera and smiling. I was like oh no, because we all vividly remember no one sitting there.

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