Acme Theatre

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Some say a presence can be felt by those seated in the balcony at late-evening shows. Some who have seen the spirit say he wears Vaudeville-type clothing. It is believed that the man was a performer at the theater in the past, but his identity remains a mystery.

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Geographic Information

Address:
312 E Main St
Riverton, WY 82501
United States

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GPS:
43.025, -108.38715200000001
County:
Fremont County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
Riverton, WY (0.4 mi.)
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  1. We have Lived Here Since 1857. Before Riverton was thought of. My Grandmother Who is 99 now often Talked about old man Knight. Who owned the Theaters in Town. I believe he died in early 60.
    He used to wear that type of clothing. has been seen at Gem And Acme.

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