Last week, a mystery climber (or several climbers) posted photos scaling the Space Needle, The King Street Station Clock Tower, Century Link Field, and the Great Wheel among other illegal areas of Seattle Iconic structures. Why someone would sit on the rafters dangling their feet thousands of feet high in the air is beyond my understanding, but if they were looking for recognition from the city, they certainly got it. The first reaction to many, including Kiro 7 Newscasters, after seeing the images was “whoa! is that real or fake?” So what would you do if someone questioned your credibility? Post a YouTube video proving your (illegal) climbs took place. The mystery climber posted two videos under the alias “ScrawledInBlack” in which the intro states that leaked photos have shown an illegal Space Needle climb, but did it really happen? The video shows clips from the various news stations covering the leaked photos, and questioning if Photoshop had been used to create the images. Then the camera moves to clips of someone with a blurred face strapping on a backpack and walking along the edge of the space needle, and someone climbing what looks like the flag pole above the needle. Check it out for yourselves, if you’re afraid of heights, viewers advise.