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The theater’s ghost is named George Paper, in life a theater manager in the 1940s. He was hanged accidentally by some dangling wiring. George has been known to show up as an apparition, turn lights off and on, turn on bathroom faucets, and open the bathroom doors. Several witnesses have seen George’s ghost dash past them. The pub next door, George’s Food & Drink, was named after the very active ghost.

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2032 14th St
Boulder, CO 80302
United States

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40.019138, -105.27720699999998
Boulder County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Boulder, CO (0.5 mi.)
Seven Hills, CO (1.9 mi.)
Pine Brook Hill, CO (2.9 mi.)
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Valmont, CO (3.4 mi.)
Tall Timber, CO (4.0 mi.)
Crisman, CO (4.7 mi.)
Mountain Meadows, CO (5.5 mi.)
Sunshine, CO (5.7 mi.)
Lazy Acres, CO (5.9 mi.)

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