Astrophotography groups on Facebook started buzzing with the news that a solar flare was likely going to result in an Aurora display that would be visible in Washington State.
My sister Nicole, and Fellow photographer Rob Tanner, and I went out driving around Washington State looking for clear skies in hopes of glimpsing the Aurora, but all we found was a blanket of thick fog that stretched from cities on the I-5 corridor like Seattle, Tacoma, and Olympia to Govan, Washington which is across the Cascades 267 miles from my house.
In 1902, a judge in Govan was brutally murdered with an axe. The murder has never been solved. In the 1940s a mother and son were mysteriously murdered in the town. Leading some to believe the area is haunted. I'm pretty skeptical, but none of us felt particularly daring enough to get close to the old dilapidated building.
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