Ferndale Repertory Theatre - Hart Theatre

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Bertha, the theater’s ghost, is said to appear late at night, often taking the form of a ghost cat. The cat has been seen walking in the aisles during performances. Bertha also has been known to lock the bathroom door from the inside and answer the phone at night when no one living is there.

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Geographic Information

Address:
477 Main Street
Ferndale, CA 95536
United States

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GPS:
40.5770386, -124.26321310000003
County:
Humboldt County, California
Nearest Towns:
Ferndale, CA (0.1 mi.)
Loleta, CA (4.8 mi.)
Fortuna, CA (5.7 mi.)
Indianola, CA (7.7 mi.)
Hydesville, CA (8.9 mi.)
Rio Dell, CA (9.8 mi.)
Fields Landing, CA (10.5 mi.)
Scotia, CA (10.7 mi.)
Humboldt Hill, CA (11.0 mi.)
Pine Hills, CA (12.3 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.ferndalerep.org/about.html

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  1. Haunted, Haunted, Haunted. I am not the only one who’s run into the inhabiting entity. Fortunately, it doesn’t have a negative vibe. But I guarantee it has an intelligence. It is not an “imprint” entity.

    While the theater was empty, I witnessed a moderately sized, white glowing orb with an energy tail above the seating area near the ceiling. Once it was “aware” that I was watching it, it jetted up towards the ceiling and into a vent. It shook me up for a long time, but I was never afraid to go back into the theater. I worked down the street and my co-worker and I were allowed to use the theater’s restroom since the shop we worked in didn’t have one. I was there weekly for several years when no one else was in the building.

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