This sign was posted on an overly ornate chair in a shop inside the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport terminal:
The sign poses a number of important questions:
The chair was one of those ridiculously ornate iron chairs you stick out on your patio. Given the fact that this is the Pacific Northwest, why would anyone purchase such a chair? It will rust. Probably in days, if not hours.
Does a major metropolitan area really expect to capitalize on the fame of a town of 3,300 people located located 208 miles away (by land; less if you take a floating bridge or a ferry)?
Does the Pacific Northwest want to be known for vampires and werewolves?
Does the Pacific Northwest want to be known for fictional vampires and werewolves?
Of course, I’m not sure I want to know the answers to these questions.