The Aerie Ballroom in Centralia, Washington:

Michaels Seafood and Steakhouse Restaurant in Port Angeles Washington

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PIHA - Paranormal Investigations of Historic America
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The building was constructed in 1925 as the Piggly Wiggly by I.J. Leonard & J.J. Kaufman. Over the years, commercial tenants have included the Union Drug Co. and Jasper L. Coffey, Jeweler & Optician.

The Port Angeles Underground, with subterranean walkways and old store fronts, was created when streets were raised above the tidal flats in 1914. This turned the first floor of many waterfront buildings into basements. This building's basement is where Michael's Seafood and Steakhouse Restaurant is located.

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