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Welcome to the Tag Haunt! Snag the Tag ... in the dark!

Glow in the dark "Lost Soul" tags will be hidden around a number of local geocaching events (see below). The tags will be published daily at sunset in the week leading up to the events.

Tag finders can redeem their Lost Soul tags for the "Soul Catcher" coin at the local event. Another version of the geocoin and tag will be available for sale at the events. Or a limited number are available here: Purchase a Soul Catcher Coin here

Redemption rules: one coin per household. Each tag is associated with a specific event and must be redeemed at that event (i.e. you may not redeem a tag picked up in New York at an event in Washington).

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Announced events:

GC7VM92 Nightmare in Preston V in Preston, WA

GC7WE86 Callie's Halloween Horrors! in Southern Scotland

GC7WX5Q Tag Haunt & Fall Social in Rochester, NY

GC7Y1GR Halloween Haunting Event in Boca Raton, FL

GC7Y1V3 Prepare to Catch a Soul in the Dark TAG HAUNT in Spokane, WA

GC7XPPD Tag Haunt - St. Louis in St. Louis, MO

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cron publish 1 year 2 days ago 063 - Miami Cemetery

NE 2nd Ave, Edgewater, Miami, FL, US

Sold to the city of Miami for $750 by Mrs. brickle, this is one of the oldest cemeteries in Miami. Hosting the resting places of the famous Burdine family and Julia title, the founder of Miami. This location has 9000 gravesites and people come here to see the ghost of Confederate and Union soldiers who have been buried here. In addition, this eerie location has been the space for many ritualistic sacrifices. Many believe these were Sanetria sacrifices. In 1996 a number of dead chickens and headless ghosts were located with in these cemetery walls including human feces smeared on grave stones. A month earlier 57 gravesites had been vandalized and the body of a young girl found at the bottom of the Burdine mosuleum! Enter if you dare!

This cemetery is closed at night, so the tag has been hidden Just behind the northern Pillar, below the hours of operation sign. It can be reached from the sidewalk... make sure nothing snatches your soul!!!


avroair description 1 year 2 days ago 074 - Dr. R. Hahn - Wilbur Hahn Mansion

E 17th Ave, Lincoln Heights, Spokane, WA, US location_on N 47 38.408, W 117 22.337

Remember to claim it to redeem it. (even if you are construction worker)


cron publish 1 year 2 days ago 016 - Kirkton Crypt ....

Dumfries, GB

Finding this tag will bring you to Kirkton Crypt, one of the scariest places in Dumfries and Galloway. The Gilkerscluech family owned the land for many years and the crypt is reputed to be haunted by the Fourth Duke Alisdair who appears in a ghostly form riding on a donkey and singing rowdy songs ...... you have been warned.

To find the tag go inside and walk to the window in front of you ..... but make sure a friend keeps the door open!


Sneakypete00 check_circle 1 year 3 days ago 053 - Alice

S Main St, Naples, NY, US

We saw this posted 3.5 hours ago and knew it would take us 2 hours to get there, we decided to go for it. After misdirecting some well hydrated patrons, we did find it in the corner. This is our first FTF!


Latetrap check_circle 1 year 3 days ago 041 - The Casket

Pacific Hwy, Arlington, WA, US

I scrambled up the hill In the pitch black darkness preying it was still there. It took a while to spot it but I did and now it’s mine. Thanks for the fun.


Lflibrarian cancel 1 year 3 days ago 074 - Dr. R. Hahn - Wilbur Hahn Mansion

E 17th Ave, Lincoln Heights, Spokane, WA, US location_on N 47 38.408, W 117 22.337

It might have already been snagged, and someone is just slow to claim. But I have a different suggestion. There is a freshly poured section of sidewalk at GZ, and evidence of lots of digging to make that happen. I am guessing the sidewalk guys found our prize? Not sure when it was placed. I also searched diligently and found nothing. Could just be me.


KC7DQM cancel 1 year 3 days ago 074 - Dr. R. Hahn - Wilbur Hahn Mansion

E 17th Ave, Lincoln Heights, Spokane, WA, US location_on N 47 38.408, W 117 22.337

Searched very diligently and came up empty. Better luck to someone else.


Team Can-Am check_circle 1 year 3 days ago 040 - Stanwood Saloon

102nd Ave NW, Stanwood, WA, US

Glad to find this still here as I will be out of town all next week, returning just in time for the event! Thanks!!!


Laurie253 check_circle 1 year 3 days ago 038 - Georgetown Morgue

E Marginal Way S, Industrial District, Seattle, WA, US

Saw the posting. Drove to the tag and found it!
Looks like it will be a busy night at the haunted house! Thanks!


TeamBMZ check_circle 1 year 3 days ago 091 - Orchard Hawthorn Island

Orchard Ave, Webster Park, Webster Groves, MO, US

I had just sat down for dinner at a local establishment when this one posted. I ordered and completed my meal then checked the tag page. Still showing available. Off I went to chase. Arrived at GZ and spotted the tag immediately. Spotted the tag before the fire tack...go figure. Thanks so much for hiding this tag. Looking forward to the event!


Strider cancel 1 year 3 days ago 091 - Orchard Hawthorn Island

Orchard Ave, Webster Park, Webster Groves, MO, US

We got here but no tack or tag! Bummer


Crowesfeat30 description 1 year 3 days ago 091 - Orchard Hawthorn Island

Orchard Ave, Webster Park, Webster Groves, MO, US

No sign of a fire tack. Also couldn’t find. I assume I t’s been snagged.


cron publish 1 year 3 days ago 040 - Stanwood Saloon

102nd Ave NW, Stanwood, WA, US

The Stanwood hotel and saloon's haunted reputation is well known among the community and neighboring towns.

This historic place is rumored to be host to a number of spirits. Naturally, a Lost Soul tag has surfaced here.

Visit link: http://www.stanwoodhotelsaloon.com/haunted

Coords for front of Saloon: N 48° 14.478 W 122° 22.260.

Follow posted coords to snag the tag.

Tag is taped to back top left side of trash can across street to the north.


cron publish 1 year 3 days ago 041 - The Casket

Pacific Hwy, Arlington, WA, US

The Casket (Haunted ?, You Decide)

If you dare: About 30’ in on trail, turn right and go up the hill to get to Snag Zone.

Be careful, there could be traffic on the road, pretty steep going up the hill. Might not be good for your kids or pets, your choice.

At Tag Zone look for a stick about 12” high, from the ground, in the nook of a big tree trunk. Top of stick has 2 glints at the top. Tag is taped to bottom of stick.


cron publish 1 year 3 days ago 038 - Georgetown Morgue

E Marginal Way S, Industrial District, Seattle, WA, US

The Georgetown Morgue of Seattle is a facility for tragic stories of death. The morgue has a history of thousands of funeral preparations, cremations, and the processing of animal carcasses. The morgue holds what is considered to be the most horrifying unsolved crime in Seattle history. Nine of their staff were forced into the crematorium chamber. There were no surviving witnesses, nor were suspects ever identified.

A Lost Soul is hiding at the base of the fence post across the street from this gruesome facility.


cron publish 1 year 3 days ago 074 - Dr. R. Hahn - Wilbur Hahn Mansion

E 17th Ave, Lincoln Heights, Spokane, WA, US location_on N 47 38.408, W 117 22.337

The story begins in 1916. After the death of her husband, a woman named Sarah Hecla-Smith had the three-story house built at a cost of $75,000. Nothing really spectacular happened until the house was bought by Rudolph A. Hahn in 1924

Hahn was one of those "Road To Wellville" types. He was a painter and barber by profession, yet he made his fortune as a "Doctor" (he wasn't licensed). The type of Doctor commonly seen around the turn-of-the-century who would administer electro-therapy as a cure for cancer, lobotomies and he made most of his money, performing abortions for wealthy women. This he did in the basement of the house, the "gutters" carved in the floor to facilitate the draining of blood are still visible in the basement floor.

There were wild parties, fights with his wife Sylvia, and neighbors. Even during the prohibition era, the drunken antics of Hahn were legendary. On one occasion, he was so drunk he drove his car into the swimming pool. To make sure there wouldn't be a repeat of this, he had the pool filled in. In the late 1920's to the early 1930's, Hahn developed an obsession with radio, so intense was his love of it that he hung large speakers around his house, which would blare the merry melodies of KFPY well into the wee hours of the morning. It took a court order to put a stop to this.

His marriage to Sylvia was hardly idyllic. There were screaming fights, which often escalated into fisticuffs. One particular slobberknocker left Mr. Hahn nursing three broken ribs. They had divorced once, and then re-married. They almost divorced a second time, but reconciled. One night in May of 1940 his wife supposedly decided she'd had enough. Police found her body on the bedroom floor. She had died of a gunshot wound to the head. It's rumored that she wound up missing her brain, and would lay alone on the bedroom room floor slowly bleeding to death. The death was ruled a suicide, but some harbored a suspicion that Hahn himself had either pulled the trigger, or had hired someone to do it for him.

In 1945, at age 80, Hahn was convicted of manslaughter in the death of a young woman on whom he'd performed an abortion. He was fined $1000 and given probation. He was forced to sell his home. He moved into the New Madison Apartments.

On August 6th, 1946 Rudolph Hahn was found dead in his apartment, a bayonet sunk deep into his chest. One Delbert Visger was arrested and confessed to killing Hahn during a robbery. The house sat empty during most of the 60's and 70's, and during that time, there were reports of screams eminating from the decaying old house. The house was eventually bought and restored.

The first people to live in the house after it's restoration told stories of yelling and fighting coming from the downstairs, when no one was down there. Sometimes more cheerful voices would echo from the empty dining room or living room, sounding to one former tenant "like a big party". Dark shapes have been seen moving along the walls, and one former tenant reported seeing a woman standing at the top of the stairs... only to disappear after a few seconds. There are also reports of doors slamming and windows opening seemingly on their own, and - possibly worst of all - a blood stain that would appear on the bedroom carpet. No amount of scrubbing would remove it, it would later vanish, only to be seen again in time .

The house has changed owners 3 times since 1994. It's currently inhabited. No word on whether or not the current residents have had any strange happenings in the house.

Hint: Rock Piller


ikolor check_circle 1 year 3 days ago 064 - Waffle House

Volunteer Rd, Southwest Ranches, FL, US

Found it at the Waffle House.


Ocean_grl cancel 1 year 3 days ago 064 - Waffle House

Volunteer Rd, Southwest Ranches, FL, US

Looked for almost an hour maybe some landscaping was done recently


cron publish 1 year 3 days ago 091 - Orchard Hawthorn Island

Orchard Ave, Webster Park, Webster Groves, MO, US

He’s facing the light but hiding, too. Fire tack will get you close.


cron publish 1 year 3 days ago 053 - Alice

S Main St, Naples, NY, US

In 1895, Jeff R. Brown built the finest brick hotel in Ontario County. With a 3 foot thick foundation and five brick deep walls, The Naples Hotel and restaurant soon became an impressive landmark offering room and board for travelers and stable and feed or horses. Many speeches by prominent politicians, including Robert Kennedy, were delivered from the spacious front porch. The famous radio host Paul Harvey has even made his present to the hotel. The foundation of the building is three feet thick and the walls are five bricks thick!

One of the most well known spirits that haunt the hotel belongs to a traveling man who killed himself by hanging on the third floor in the 1920's or 19030's and is often seen wandering the hotel. There are also reports of a female ghost named Alice and her two children who are all believed to have died in the hotel during the 1900s.

Hide Hint: In the corner


cron publish 1 year 3 days ago 064 - Waffle House

Volunteer Rd, Southwest Ranches, FL, US

In 2002, this Waffle House was the location of a brutal double murder. To assailants into the building and robbed the restaurant. They then proceeded to put the two employees in the meat locker where they were both shot, execution style. People who have dined or work here have sensed the spirits of these lost souls. People have also reported seeing fresh blood splatter in the meat locker with the two had been murdered.

The tag is located at the end of the bushes across from the front door of the waffle house.


Au_and_U check_circle 1 year 3 days ago 011 - Iron Age Pollok

Rhododendron Walk, Scotland, GB

Well. Well well well well well. Why is it always in the first place you looked... but a little to the left, where nobody would ever hide anything, oh, wait, it's right there. In the one place that you haven't fondled the tree or molested a slug. After an hour of hunting I called in the cavalry with the fiancee firmly locked in the car unwilling to brave the dark.

Thanks for the help, we'll bring some chocolate!


cron publish 1 year 3 days ago 011 - Iron Age Pollok

Rhododendron Walk, Scotland, GB

In the woods of Glasgow's Pollok Park, this 30 metre (100 foot) diameter Iron Age enclosure is easily missed. It had been thought to be mediaeval, possibly Norman, in date. But excavations in 1959 and particularly 2007 showed it to be likely to be Iron Age.

At first sight there is little more than a roughly circular ditch around a low hilltop. But at the east end of the earthwork is a clear entrance causeway. Along this are a line of kerb stones, and within the central area is a large, roughly-worked sandstone pillar pulled from one of the excavation trenches. The locations of several of the excavation trenches are still very clear. The excavations revealed a paved and cobbled area within the enclosure and a well-made paved road leading out from the causeway and east of the enclosure for at least 15 metres (50 feet).

This area of Pollok Park is fairly dense with trees - probably not good for the archaeology, but beautiful for a walk where you can forget you're in the city.


Macxeno check_circle 1 year 3 days ago 001 - Geocache Land

Elvanfoot Rd, Leadhills, GB

Got up early ( I work nights ) and decided to take a chance that this tag would still be there. If not then I would have been near to another when posted. A fairly normal drive down to the area and parked near to the gz. Nobody around so a quick dash in and found the tag very quickly.


landsbanki1 check_circle 1 year 4 days ago 006 - The Lycanthropes of St. John's Kirk

A73, Scotland, GB

Nice easy find in this cool old kirkyard


Pbrjwin check_circle 1 year 4 days ago 072 - A.B.H.S.

E Mission Ave, Spokane Valley, WA, US

Sweet daughter (R) drove me to the tag. The driving was the scary part.


LLCOOL check_circle 1 year 4 days ago 071 - Minnehaha Park

E Frederick Ave, Spokane, WA, US

Headed out when it published, and found it. Kind of scary in the dark!!!!


Manni tribe check_circle 1 year 4 days ago 031 - The Fen Dweller's Den

Kendall Pl, Snoqualmie Pass, WA, US

Drove up from North Bend hoping it was still there.


Andinogirls2 check_circle 1 year 4 days ago 027 - Wall Banger

E Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Sammamish, WA, US

Got it


NepoKama check_circle 1 year 4 days ago 028 - Welcome to L

NE Woodinville Duvall Rd, Duvall, WA, US

This one was close to home, so hopped in the car and went for it. Arrived to no one else there yet and made the find quickly.


RoosterFrog check_circle 1 year 4 days ago 073 - 1000 Steps!

W Government Way, Spokane, WA, US

Woot! Woot! My husband, Airrooster, and I (CrazyFrogLady) grabbed this one as RoosterFrog!! I just love old staircases like these!! ♡♡


cron publish 1 year 4 days ago 027 - Wall Banger

E Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Sammamish, WA, US

Slipped between the horizontals. Keep tapping, tapping, tapping...


cron publish 1 year 4 days ago 031 - The Fen Dweller's Den

Kendall Pl, Snoqualmie Pass, WA, US

Beware all who dare enter the Fen Dweller's abode.

This horrid wolf-like beast
With eyes and snout in flames
Lies quietly in wait hoping to feast
On those who play his games

To claim that which you desire, sneak into this cave and walk about 150 paces from the entrance to the third alcove. Search very high to claim your Lost Soul (consult the spoiler picture for the exact location). Good luck, for you will need it!

Indicated parking is dawn to dusk only. If you are coming at night you will have to look for another place to park.

Photo credit: vmax137


cron publish 1 year 4 days ago 028 - Welcome to L

NE Woodinville Duvall Rd, Duvall, WA, US

Welcome to L. Your awaiting transportation is a little run down but I'm sure you'll survive. Read the title to find the tag and sign off.


cron publish 1 year 4 days ago 071 - Minnehaha Park

E Frederick Ave, Spokane, WA, US

The urban legend is:

There is a building on campus that used to be the location of an orphanage. Children never adopted were purported to be murdered there. It's said that late at night if your hanging out by the toys where children played you will hear childish laughter, and that is how it got the name "Mini Haha."

According to a long time Spokane resident, the City of Spokane had a reputation of “being a little on the wild side when it came to the proverbial wine, women, and song.” By the early 19th Century, city fathers were engaged in an effort to drive the bars, dance halls, and bordellos out of the city limits. Minnehaha sat on the edge of the city, at the end of the Ross streetcar line and was a perfect location for Spokane’s more colorful activities.

Before its wild reputation, Minnehaha was once the summer home of Edgar J. Webster, a Spokane lawyer. He discovered a mineral water springs on the property and turned the area into a spa in the late 1890s. The land was sold to Mr. and Mrs. John Heiber who used the mineral water for their brewery. The city of Spokane purchased the land between 1909 and 1913 for park purposes.

Development of the park did not start until 1924. Between 1918 and 1924 several motion picture companies rented the land from the city of Spokane. Petitions came to the city for development of a swimming pool and playground but nothing happened until the late 1940s when various neighborhood groups began raising money for the park.

Today the park has tennis courts, trails, softball/baseball fields, picnic tables, playground equipment, and restrooms. There is much speculation about the old stone house that sits on the property including a rumor that it is haunted.

Hint: Reach all the way in!


cron publish 1 year 4 days ago 073 - 1000 Steps!

W Government Way, Spokane, WA, US

According to local legend, the staircase at the Greenwood Cemetery in Spokane, Washington, is more than just a little haunted.
Those brave enough to climb the stairs will see and hear, they say, the shrieks and cries of the dead and they will feel something akin to rain on their skin. Several folks even claim to have seen and/or felt these ethereal entities while traipsing through the cemetery at night. Finally, the best-known legend of the stairs has a ghoulish side, and what cemetery story would be complete without one? Many people believe ghosts and spirits guard the staircase, preventing people from reaching the top. The steps leading up to the cemetery were built over a century and have been taken back by nature. Make sure to take a close look at the picture, I have seen the ghostly face at the top!

Hint: log

Photo credits: s u l u s t u


cron publish 1 year 4 days ago 072 - A.B.H.S.

E Mission Ave, Spokane Valley, WA, US

The former nursing home known for a social security scandal involving staff hoarding corpses in the dark basement of the facility for illegal collection purposes. The business doors were shut and the building was condemned for many years until later reopened as a behavioral correction clinic. My previous stay there included three encounters with spirits: two were white orbs and one was a black manifestation in the shape of a slouching human figure, similar to that of an elderly person. The grounds are known by patients and staff for being extremely haunted to the point where staff refuses to go below the first level. The macabre history of the basement has carried through to present day, effecting the staff and patients of the behavioral health facility. Staff members have been known to refuse to enter the basement, convinced that malevolent spirits lurk in the shadows. Patients have claimed white orbs and shadowy figures appear throughout the building, contributing to the facility's haunting atmosphere.

Hint: Street side low shrub


mosquimoyo check_circle 1 year 4 days ago 062 - Villa Paula

N Miami Ave, Little Haiti, Miami, FL, US

Ha!!! Ha!!!! Well.... this sure has been an adventure....(more later....)


Geonerds2013 check_circle 1 year 4 days ago 095 - Cave Skull In?

Manchester Rd, Brentwood, MO, US

Missed the one last night IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD! So when we saw this one we hopped in he car and came over here right away! Can’t wait until the event!


rainbowfish check_circle 1 year 4 days ago 054 - Onnolee

E Lake Rd, Hemlock, NY, US

After missing out on the Seneca Falls tag by less than a half hour, Tonkavette & Lovebug were sitting in our truck by the entrance ramp to the Bay Bridge at 10 to 6 and headed out from Webster as soon as we got the coordinates.
We arrived about 6:40 pm and when we got to the parking my heart sank when I saw 2 cars parked by the parking coordinates. No one seemed interested in the area we walked to. Lovebug spotted the prize quickly. Now I can sleep tonight. Thanks for the fun! It really does glow in the dark!


cron publish 1 year 4 days ago 095 - Cave Skull In?

Manchester Rd, Brentwood, MO, US

I am facing that which I can no longer consume. Fire tack means you’re close.


cron publish 1 year 4 days ago 054 - Onnolee

E Lake Rd, Hemlock, NY, US

Tradition gives the story of the captive Onnolee, the last survivor of the Munsee nation, which dwelt on the west shore of Canadice lake and near Bald Hill during the latter part of the fourteenth century, and met their death by the hands of the Mengnees; all except Onnolee, who was taken, bound to the belt of the famous leader, Mickinac, and compelled to follow him. At their first rest for dinner, Onnolee grasped the knife from her captor's belt, and buried it deep in his side. She knew her life was forfeited and fled while arrows whizzed by her in all directions. She gained at last a crag overhanging the waters of Hemlock lake, and, as beautifully rendered in rhyme by the poet W. H. C. HOSMER:

                                                    Regardless of the whizzing storm

                                                    Of missiles raining round her form,

                                                     Imploring eye she then upcast,

                                                    And a low, mournful death hymn sang,

                                                    On hill and forest looked her last,

                                                    One glance upon the water cast,

                                                    And from the high rock sprang.

It is said that, for more than three hundred years afterwards, the sainted form of the once beautiful Onnolee could be seen to rise from its watery grave and either vanish in upper air or return again to the bosom of the deep.

Hide Hint: Look in and up.


cron publish 1 year 4 days ago 062 - Villa Paula

N Miami Ave, Little Haiti, Miami, FL, US

Villa Paula was the first Cuban consulate in Miami in 1926. Consul Domingo J. Milford Named the mansion after his wife, Paula. Unfortunately, after a leg amputation went badly, Paula passed away at a young age. People have claimed to have seen a one Legget, dark-haired woman roaming the halls late at night. In addition, the smell of roses and fresh brewed coffee has been reported to have been smelled, even when they did not exist. Apparently, these were two of her favorite things and she always kept roses in the mansion. This building is rumored to be one of the most haunted buildings in Miami.

The tag is located on the southern corner of the fence. It is attached to the metal grates on the top of the concrete pillar by the Bouganvilla. Be careful when detaching it so it doesn’t fall into the yard.

This property is currently for sale, who will purchase this old mansion and it’s ghost?


cron publish 1 year 4 days ago 006 - The Lycanthropes of St. John's Kirk

A73, Scotland, GB

This is the graveyard of St John's Kirk Estate and the burial place of the beleaguered Lairds.

For centuries the Lairds and their family have been cursed to live as lycanthropes, or werewolves. Even once a Laird died he would still rise from the dead as a rotten wolf like zombie every full moon.

To protect locals and travellers from the dangers of the undead werewolves, the graves were resited into a walled and gated area in the centre of the graveyard. Even though the warewolves still rise every full moon, they are now trapped within the walls at all times. The gate remains permanently locked and legend states that if the gate is ever left unlocked the dead will rise from their graves and rome free day or night!

To find this tag find the wall feature shown in the photographs and put your hand in and up to the left.


Harvey's Pack check_circle 1 year 5 days ago 026 - Bear Creek Rock Altar

168th Ave NE, Downtown, Redmond, WA, US

We drove up to Issaquah from Olympia and missed that tag by 97 seconds, according to the claimed log. After missing that one, we decided we might as well drive the 30 minutes from Issaquah to try for this one. We got lucky; found it about 20 seconds before someone else pulled up to hunt!! Can't wait for the event! Thanks for the haunt!!


Death Walker check_circle 1 year 5 days ago 051 - Edward

Cayuga St, Seneca Falls, NY, US

After seeing that it came out, I thought someone else would have been here already. It was 3 hours before I left and took an hour to get here. After searching for a few minutes, I was able to find it. Being Death Walker, being in a spooky place is nothing. Thanks for the trip and the coin.


linda.ikstrums check_circle 1 year 5 days ago 030 - End of the Road.

Sunrise Pl SE, Sycamore, Issaquah, WA, US

I was guessing a location where a tag may be hidden. Nope! But when I saw where this one was, I thought if I'm out this far already, I'll just swing by. After all, everyone will have to deal with that traffic... it took forever... then I parked, and thought where's the sign? About that time I felt like jogging!!! Sign!!! WooPeeeee!!!! Thanks so much!


syoliver check_circle 1 year 5 days ago 029 - Watery Snag Graves

Kenmore, WA, US

Snagged!!! All the way from Everett!!! Boy that was fun!!!


cron publish 1 year 5 days ago 026 - Bear Creek Rock Altar

168th Ave NE, Downtown, Redmond, WA, US

Behind this rock lies the tag. Go past the fence and suffer the consequences. (Don't do it!).


cron publish 1 year 5 days ago 030 - End of the Road.

Sunrise Pl SE, Sycamore, Issaquah, WA, US

At the end of the road... on the back of the sign. Remember, no dumping.