LJ Williams Community Theater

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This 1930’s theatre is usually used for school productions, and is reportedly haunted by actors and theatre patrons who loved the building so much that they refused to leave. Visitors have seen a pair of ghostly children in various parts of the building and a teenage girl who hanged herself after not getting the role she wanted in a theatrical production. Legend has it that her dressing room is kept locked during plays, as her spirit often tends to get violent. The floor on which the dressing room is located is also noticeable colder than other floors.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

1001 West Main Street
Visalia, CA
United States

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36.32963442450877, -119.30287860317992
Tulare County, California
Nearest Towns:
Visalia, CA (0.6 mi.)
Farmersville, CA (5.8 mi.)
Ivanhoe, CA (6.2 mi.)
Goshen, CA (6.7 mi.)
Tulare, CA (8.8 mi.)
Exeter, CA (9.2 mi.)
Yettem, CA (11.1 mi.)
Monson, CA (11.4 mi.)
Seville, CA (11.7 mi.)
Woodlake, CA (12.8 mi.)


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