Springer Opera House

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Springer Opera House’s stage has seen the likes of Oscar Wilde, Lillie Langtrey, John Philip Sousa, Ethel Barrymore, Will Rogers, William Jennings Bryan and Franklin D. Roosevelt. But that’s not all. Edwin Booth, brother of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth, is rumored to haunt the place. Other ghosts are thought to reside here as well, tinkering with props, playing pranks, and sometimes venturing out onto the stage.

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103 10th St
Columbus, GA 31901
United States

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32.46537, -84.991106
Muscogee County, Georgia
Nearest Towns:
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