comet lodge cemetery

Comet Lodge Cemetery

It’s not every day you come across a park, err cemetery, littered in gravestones, surrounded by a quiet neighborhood, built atop children’s graves, rumored to house pioneer ghost children. Welcome to Comet Lodge Cemetery.

Show Notes

Join us as we dig into the perfect storm of Seattle’s Comet Lodge Cemetery history, ghost stories, and *evidence*. What do you get when you take a Duwamish burial ground, add settler bodies to it and claim is as their own, then desecrate it and build a neighborhood on and around it? #howghostsaremade



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Researched, Written, Edited & Produced by Gabi Fiore

Music by Dan Moretti

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