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Nebraska's Haunted Theaters & Playhouses, Where Big Scares Take Center Stage

It's no surprise that ##Region## is home to numerous local theaters with haunted history - a night at the theater has been an American pastime for centuries! Theaters are seemingly always abuzz with foot traffic, excitement, and of course, drama, which is why many theaters are believed to be haunted by the spirits of actors, actresses, and theatergoers that frequented their favorite theater before their departure. If you've got a love for the stage in addition to your enthusiasm for ##Region##'s Haunted History and Ghost Hunting, then you'll want to check out one of the local haunted theaters next time you're looking for real scares!
 
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    This opera house is said to be haunted by ghostly laughter and apparitions dressed in period clothing who wander around the building. Read More

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    Founded in 1869, this university has a theatre that is the centerpiece for some ghost stories. A student was said to have fallen to his death in the 1940s from the overhead rigging during a production of MacBeth. His apparition is known to appear during Shakespeare presentations. Dallas Williams, Theater Department Chairman, was known to use wild behavior to accent his teaching, such as... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Colleges | Real Haunted Theaters

  •   Alliance Theatre Alliance, NE
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    This theater was once the 1903 Charter Hotel, and is believed to be haunted by shadowy figures. Witnesses have reported footsteps that run down the aisles and uneasy feelings. Read More

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  •   Fox Theatre North Platte, NE
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    This theater was built in 1929 by former Nebraska governor Keith Neville. The former Fox Theatre is now called the Neville Center for the Performing Arts and witnesses have claimed that a spirit causes sudden temperature drops and sometimes touches their hands while in the balcony lighting booth. Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Theaters

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