Ghost stories from the Ridge Runners' Second Annual Halloween Run

Sunday, November 3, 2019

Crest Theatre photo by Steven H. Robinson
“Strange things happen when the theater is void of its viewers. Things in the office fall at random, I hear small noises, and see small movements in my periphery. Sometimes I think it’s just the corner of my glasses playing tricks with my mind but there’s also a subtle feeling of not being alone.”

By Megan Kogut

The Ridge Runners, a social running group out of Ridgecrest Public House, has made it a tradition to do a ghost story run on the Wednesday before Halloween.

A few runners volunteer to research and write ghost stories based on neighborhood features that were already a little curious or spooky. We run, stop at each site, and the dark, someone reads a story to the rest of us.

Also we wear costumes. This year, there were about 20 runners for the Halloween run, including a jester, a skeleton, a bike rider, a ballerina, a bear, a pirate, Wallace and Shaun the Sheep, and two scarecrows.

Our stories may or may not be appropriate for children. But we published them on the internet. If you like spooky, creative, and local stories, we encourage you to read our stories on Halloween.

Also, feel free to join the Ridge Runners any Wednesday at 6:30pm for runs of 3-5 miles, with optional social time afterwards at the pub. We run year round, rain or shine.

The Ridgecrest Pub is located at 520 NE 165th St, Shoreline 98155.


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