The 1890s Twin City Opera House is said to have been haunted since at least the 1960s, when a janitor wan out never to return. The apparition of a little girl named Elizabeth, age 10, has been seen peeking down from the catwalk and giggling. Another apparition of Everett Miller, an employee who worked here for 30 years, shows up as well. In the ballroom, John Leezer, stabbed in the early 1900s, makes his home. Witnesses also say that inside, objects move on their own, drapes close over the screen during movies, and over 300 EVPs have been recorded.
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