Many of Washington State‘s trees, plants, and dormant volcanoes look like they belong in a fairy tale. The single most amazing spot in Washington is a grimy Seattle underpass now home to a huge concrete troll.
In 1990, artisans created a troll in an attempt to revive a shabby part of the city.
Next to the Fremont Troll, an actual Volkswagen Beetle is wrapped in the troll’s fat hands, with a shiny silver eye and a small face peeking out from the car’s hood.
Residents of Seattle celebrate Troll-o-Ween on October 31 each year. During Troll-o-Ween, the Fremont Troll receives a raucous birthday party with live music and revelry suitable for a mischievous concrete troll.
The Fremont Troll is associated with a number of unusual occurrences, including the discovery of several animal skulls covered in blood. Officials believe that the skulls were intended to satisfy the troll’s ravenous hunger.
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via Culture Trip