The Colman Park Face

High Weirdness



A quiet path winds its way beneath the road through the heart of Colman Park on Seattle’s east side. This path passes through three small tunnels, near the uppermost tunnel a peculiar cement face, scarred with lichen, stares out from the moss-mottled mortar. A relic? A representation? A marker of memory? Or something entirely incomprehensible?

Submitted by: K. M. Alexander