1901 Wright Opera House

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Formerly an opera house and a saloon (the latter closed in 1913), the establishment now serves as a bookshop and a music store. The building is haunted by a female apparition, known as ‘Emma’, who roams the third floor where her former apartment was located.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

North Locust Street
Denton, TX
United States

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33.21568076127476, -97.13225327432156
Denton County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
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