Despite its designation as the location of Washington State's worst mass murder, the Wah Mee Club is essentially invisible, non-existent, deceased.
Its entrance doors have been padlocked and tagged with graffiti. The opaque glass bricks that front the entrance are covered in a thick layer of dirt and grime.
Police, clandestinely enforcing a gambling tolerance policy, kept the Wah Mee Club alive for years.
When the Club officially died, it was at the hands of three young men who left thirteen dead bodies on the floor, and one man to tell the tale.
The Wah Mee Club may no longer exist, but what happened at the Club is a brutally horrific piece of Pacific Northwest history.
Find out more about Seattle's Wah Mee Massacre.