Fremont Troll

Troll Ave N, Fremont, Seattle, WA, United States

http://fremont.com/about/fremonttroll-html/

Fremont has always been a vague and mysterious place. Some of the old timers here will tell you there were troll sightings ever since the Aurora Bridge went up in ’32. Of course, now there’s plenty of sightings. It seems the Troll sculpture has made Fremont into a regular magnet for Trolls, especially at the summer solstice and Halloween.

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