Empress Theatre

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The 1912 Empress Theatre, fully renovated in 1982, puts on stage shows, concerts and first-run movies. It’s haunted by a ghost who is believed to be either a former manager, Dan Boyle, or Ed, a former janitor. The janitor theory is the most common, perhaps because apparitions of the man often come with phantom smells of alcohol, tobacco or manure.

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235 24 Street
Fort MacLeod, AB
T0L 0Z0, Canada

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49.72570288048373, -113.40745979545318
Division No. 3
Nearest Towns:
Fort Macleod, AB (0.6 mi.)
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Glenwoodville, AB (25.3 mi.)
Lethbridge, AB (25.7 mi.)

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