Fisher Theatre - Iowa State University

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Named for contributor J.W. Fisher, the 1974 theater is rumored to be haunted by Frederica Shattuck, another university theater department contributor. So the story goes, the ghost took up residence in the Fisher Theatre after her Shattuck Theater was demolished.

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Fisher Theatre
Ames, Iowa
United States

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42.0215336, -93.63803009999998
Story County, Iowa
Nearest Towns:
Ames, IA (1.3 mi.)
Kelley, IA (5.1 mi.)
Gilbert, IA (5.9 mi.)
Huxley, IA (8.9 mi.)
Nevada, IA (9.5 mi.)
Luther, IA (10.0 mi.)
Slater, IA (10.1 mi.)
Cambridge, IA (10.2 mi.)
Sheldahl, IA (11.3 mi.)
Story City, IA (11.6 mi.)

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  1. Mirela Hadziomerovic  |  

    Hello i was wondering how can we explore this and investigate, my fiancee and I are paranormal investigators and we go to different haunted places to investigate if someone would message me on my email provided i would appreciate that a lot.

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