Fort Peck Theatre

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A workman fell and died during the construction of this building around 1934. Folks say his ghost is still here, and likes to protect people who are working on ladders or climbing stairs. His ghostly form has been seen in his work khakis in the back balcony. It has also been seen sleeping in the restrooms.

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Geographic Information

200 Missouri Ave
Fort Peck, MT 59248
United States

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48.005516130668354, -106.45088043914797
Valley County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Nashua, MT (9.8 mi.)
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Saco, MT (51.6 mi.)
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