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In honor of Northwest Terror Fest, one comic artist extols on his lifelong love of metal aesthetics.
The dark side of the Space Needle’s history.
After his own sighting, Kenneth Arnold investigated numerous UFO sightings around Washington for the feds.
In 1947—a pilot sees strange discs over Rainier…
The Seattle immigrant who wrote one of the U.S.’ most powerful books on labor and Filipino identity.
One-hundred years ago this week, Washington saw one of the bloodiest labor battles in its history.
In 1978, a pilot crashed into the West Seattle bridge and kicked off a lurid murder.
The homicidal insurance salesman and the woman who loved him.
The baseball team you didn’t know Seattle had.
An illustrated interview with Seattle’s doom masters.
There is something deep down in Puget Sound that you don’t know about.