The Baltic Room

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Local legend tells of the ghosts of a young 1930s couple who haunt this drinking and dancing spot. The woman is known to look down from the balcony, watching the piano player, and the fedora-ed man walks around as if looking for somebody. One witness claimed that a charcoal drawing of a face suddenly appeared without explanation in the restroom.

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1207 Pine St
Seattle, WA 98101
United States

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47.61493480000001, -122.32864240000004
King County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Seattle, WA (0.6 mi.)
Medina, WA (4.7 mi.)
Hunts Point, WA (5.0 mi.)
Clyde Hill, WA (5.3 mi.)
Yarrow Point, WA (5.6 mi.)
Mercer Island, WA (5.8 mi.)
Bellevue, WA (6.0 mi.)
Beaux Arts Village, WA (6.4 mi.)
White Center, WA (6.9 mi.)
Kirkland, WA (7.2 mi.)

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