Bradley Playhouse

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This 1901 theater is haunted by a ghost named Victoria who usually hangs out in the balcony area when it is empty. She occasionally has been seen on the stage, backstage, and in the basement as well.

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30 Front St
Putnam, CT 06260
United States

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41.91551875494608, -71.90872881534426
Windham County, Connecticut
Nearest Towns:
Putnam, CT (0.0 mi.)
South Woodstock, CT (3.1 mi.)
Thompson, CT (3.8 mi.)
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Quinebaug, CT (7.8 mi.)
Danielson, CT (7.9 mi.)
East Brooklyn, CT (8.2 mi.)
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  1. Owned Jeremiah’s antiques for 5 years and saw Victoria walking in the back of the store many times. There was also another presence that would move items at night or leave items on isle floors very mischievous

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