Auburn is a community of about 70,000 residents located 20 miles south of Seattle in King County, Washington. It is generally considered to be a suburb of the Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue metro area.
Auburn, Washington was originally named Slaughter, Washington after a man know as Lt. William Slaughter. Appropriately, given his name, he died in a fight with the Natives in 1855.
Today, Muckleshoot Indian Reservation is located within the Auburn city limits.
Slaughter, Washington was renamed Auburn, Washington on February 21, 1893.
The Super Mall, where the Cinema 17 theater is located was opened in August of 1995. The Auburn Super Mall is the largest mall in South King County. It is located at the southeast corn of the junction between Highway 167 and Highway 18.
Reports of strange electrical phenomena.
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Wikipedia (2010). Auburn, Washington. Retrieved June 1, 2010 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auburn,_Washington
Junction of Highway 167 and Highway 18 Auburn WA Washington United States