I didn't get any "feeling" of a presence down their though our guide claimed that it was very haunted and Ghost Hunters had some personal experiences down there. Though, I think it's one thing to look for an experience with the lights on with a group of 30 and quite another to look for one at midnight, in the dark with a small group.
Anyway, there are two things that really stood out to me from the trip The first being that brand new batteries in my camera died by the end of the tour. Of course, as my husband pointed out, I did take some video the night before and that does drain the batteries. However, I used that camera for almost 7 days of vacation photos before it died prior to my visit to the underground so I found it very odd that the batteries died so fast.
The second thing that really stood out is that in one area where there is supposedly a woman in white, I took a picture. Of all the pictures of the night it's the only one that is of visibly poor quality and when I tried to clean it up in my photo program (you know, auto adjust and all the non-fancy stuff) it actually got worse so that you can't really see anything too clearly. There are a couple things in the photo that sort of catch my eye but since I can't clean it up without further messing up the quality, I'm only left to speculate. While I'm pretty sure that it's just my mind playing tricked on me and that what I'm seeing is some bricks and wood, but it's still interesting that this is the one photo I can't clean up. I've attached it though it's not that interesting in case anyone wanted to take a look at it.
For those of you that aren't aware, the city of Seattle was several feet lower than it is today and some of the original structures still exist. There is one section we went to that used to be a bar that currently has a bar over it today. I think that's interesting....