Mantorville Opera House - Real Haunted Place
This Opera House dates back to 1918 and was once a club, speakeasy, silent movie house, skating rink, city hall and a civic center. It is rumored to be haunted by several ghosts, including former entertainers and actors and a woman who the employees nicknamed Ellen. Strange occurrences here include lights turning on and off, cold spots, the thump of cowboy boots in the hallway on the second floor, and uneasy feelings or feelings of being watched in the basement. Email Haunt
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Stage & Basement are Hot Activity Zones
My sister-in-law was shoved in the basement near the stairs. Group saw a tall black apparition walk onto the stage from the green room. Lots of K2 hits and some EVPs throughout entire site. Great time!Posted 9/30/17
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