Victoria Theatre

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It opened in 1866 and has been known as Turner Opera House, Grand Opera House, Victoria Opera House and Victoria Theatre. The likes of Harry Houdini, Sarah Bernhardt and Mark Twain have performed here, and one performer never left. The ghost is a 1920s actress who vanished from her locked dressing room after a performance. Her apparition and scent of rose perfume have been reported, as well as odd noises and electrical anomalies.

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126 N Main St
Dayton, OH 45402
United States

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39.76222952759909, -84.19174211838532
Montgomery County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Dayton, OH (0.2 mi.)
Oakwood, OH (2.7 mi.)
Northridge, OH (3.1 mi.)
Belmont, OH (3.6 mi.)
Riverside, OH (3.8 mi.)
Fort McKinley, OH (4.1 mi.)
Moraine, OH (4.1 mi.)
Shiloh, OH (4.4 mi.)
Drexel, OH (5.2 mi.)
Kettering, OH (5.2 mi.)

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