Capitol Theatre

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The historic Capitol Theatre is said to be haunted, and witnesses have seen apparitions and shadows in the balcony area and heard unexplained screams, moans, and tapping on the walls. Reports say that bands setting up here have had their equipment suddenly go dead and heard eerie singing accompanied by apparitions in the balcony.

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Geographic Information

Address:
140 E. 2nd St
Flint, MI
United States

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GPS:
43.0154678, -83.68873209999998
County:
Genesee County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Flint, MI (0.2 mi.)
Burton, MI (3.8 mi.)
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Clio, MI (11.4 mi.)
Goodrich, MI (11.5 mi.)

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  1. I am so glad to see the Capitol on the list! This happened out of the blue about 25yrs ago, and I still think about it to this day. I was in a dressing room behind the stage. I literally felt “SOMEBODY” right at my shoulder breathing near my neck as though they were sharing my personal space behind me. With nobody there and I just bolted as fast as I could out of there -to the main theater area. I couldn’t run fast enough because, as I ran out, the feeling was with me to where I was arching my back as I was running because that’s how ‘touchy feely’ this feeling was.

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