Little Boy in the Backseat

It was a hot day, broad daylight. I was standing by my kitchen window, which looks out onto the driveway, when I saw a little blond boy sitting in the backseat of my car, his hands pressed against the glass, his face full of fear and pain. Thinking the neighbor's little boy had somehow gotten into my car and couldn't get out, I immediately ran outside, yanked open the car door...and there was no one in it. Empty. I found out that the previous owner had been in an accident with the car, but I couldn't find information on injuries or deaths. But I will never forget that little boy in the backseat. - Ilona Snyder

The Blur with Red Hair

In Bellingham, I had a paper route. One morning as I was backing around a corner out of someone's driveway, I suddenly saw a little girl standing *right* behind my car. I was using my mirror so I stomped on the brake, turned to look back...and she wasn't there. She had a blue dress and long red hair, and her face was blurred out.
A week later I was delivering a few houses down on the same street...these were behind the elementary school. Something caught movement out of my eye. I stopped and for 2-3 seconds watched this same girl skipping across the field behind the elementary school. She passed behind a light pole and vanished. This was about 4 am when I delivered to that street. I never saw her again, but I did notice little things like when I was backing out of the customer's driveway, my dog would fixate on the spot where I had first seen her. That customer also had motion sensor lights on their back porch that faced the field, and when I was delivering to apartments on the other side of the field sometimes that light would go on with no people or animals there to set it off... normally those things I wouldn't notice but after what I saw they made me go hmmm..... - Katt Kantack

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Take a Pic of Yourself in Yakima at One of these 74 Mural Selfie Walls

Big cities have famous spots where we like to take sightseeing selfies, like the Gum Wall in Seattle's Pike Place Market, or the What Lifts You Wings mural in Nashville, and even artist Candice Taylor's brand new Crown Act Wall in Southeast Washington, D.C. You've no doubt taken quite a few selfies in front of popular landmarks and selfie wallls.

Did you know that the city of Yakima, Washington, has over seventy-four (74) murals that would make for a fantastic place to get your sightseeing selfie? The locations included in this gallery include one-of-a-kind murals found at:





  • Hamilton Park Mural Wall on Mead Ave (the cross street is S 24th Ave)
  • Churchill's Booklovers Haunt: 125 S 2nd St
  • Various Homes across from the MLK Jr. Park Splash Pad: S 8th St
  • United States Post Office: 112 S 3rd St
  • Cost Less Carpet of Yakima (on the back side of the store): 210 N 5th Ave
  • Dollar Stretcher (in the alley behind the store): 501 W Lincoln Ave
Keep your eyes out for one of our unique photo-op murals to add to your collection in your social media pics, and stop and take a memorable selfie of yourself in the heart of Yakima!

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