Grand Theatre

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The 1901 Grand Theatre has a story and a ghost, that of original owner and theater magnate Ambrose Small. On December 2, 1919, Small put a million dollars into a bank account and took his wife to lunch, but after that, no one ever saw him again. Several weeks afterward, a theater night watchman saw Small entering the theater, and the ghost is still believed to pay occasional visits. The mysterious disappearance has never been solved.

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Geographic Information

476 Richmond St
London, Ontario

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42.9857628, -81.2508039
Middlesex County
Nearest Towns:
London, ON (0.2 mi.)
Lobo Township, ON (11.4 mi.)
Denfield, ON (12.9 mi.)
Saint Thomas, ON (14.4 mi.)
Muncey, QC (14.9 mi.)
Lucan, ON (15.6 mi.)
Strathroy, ON (18.7 mi.)
Fingal, ON (18.8 mi.)
Ingersoll, ON (18.9 mi.)
Saint Marys, ON (19.2 mi.)


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