Agora Theatre and Ballroom

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Elvis and the Beatles are among the acts who have performed at Agora Theatre and Ballroom, and the place is said to be home to some spirits who never left. Apparitions have been seen here, especially one of a man wearing a yellow raincoat. During an investigation, a psychic declared that his name was John.

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5000 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, OH 44103
United States

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41.5039153, -81.65395160000003
Cuyahoga County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Cleveland, OH (2.2 mi.)
Bratenahl, OH (3.0 mi.)
Ohio City, OH (3.3 mi.)
Newburgh Heights, OH (3.8 mi.)
East Cleveland, OH (4.4 mi.)
Cuyahoga Heights, OH (4.7 mi.)
Cleveland Heights, OH (5.2 mi.)
Brooklyn Heights, OH (5.7 mi.)
University Heights, OH (6.0 mi.)
Brooklyn, OH (6.1 mi.)

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