Listen closely inside the St. James and you may hear the boys choir that performed here during World War II, then disappeared at sea. Stagehands have searchecd for the source of the mysterious singing to no avail. (From: Photos: 10 Haunted Theaters)
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Grauman's Chinese Theatre has a legend good enough for a classic Hollywood film noir: An actor who was beaten to death outside the fabled L.A. movie house is said to walk the theater's forecourt, which is better known for its celebrity handprints, footprints, and signatures cast in cement. (From: Photos: 10 Haunted Theaters)
10 Haunted Libraries of the U.S. / Ellyssa Kroski @oedb_org | n honor of Halloween season, I thought it appropriate to round up a list of ten haunted libraries here in the United States. And if you know of any other good library ghost stories, please leave them in the comments! [...] | #libraries
Picture-taker writes, "This photo was taken in the attic at my workplace (a restaurant which used to be a house and a theater). There are quite a few close encounters by the staff with ghosts in the last 10 years.....but now, finally, we have captured something on film. We believe this to be a shadow ghost that is haunting the restaurant where I work."
The Orpheum Theatre, in downtown Memphis, Tenn., was once a prime spot for catching vaudeville shows and silent movies. But visitors and performers report something not quite right in the audience: The ghostly apparition of a woman. (From: Photos: 10 Haunted Theaters)
The "man in gray" is, according to legend, the spirit of a fellow whose skeleton was found in a walled-up passageway of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in the late 19th century. (From: Photos: 10 Haunted Theaters)
The discovery of a mysterious apartment (and, by some accounts, a male corpse) in the Palais Garnier inspired the novel The Phantom of the Opera, which in turn inspired Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash musical. (From: Photos: 10 Haunted Theaters)