On this day in 1983, Willie Mak, Benjamin Ng, and Tony Ng, entered the Wah Mee underground gambling club where they bound, robbed, and executed 14 people. Known as the Wah Mee Massacre, it remains Washington State’s largest mass murder. In the aftermath, the club remained locked and untouched for over 30 years, visited only by ghost tours who peered through the tiny windows for a glimpse of the morbid time capsule. A fire destroyed the building in 2015.