Bucksbaum Center - Grinnell College

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A haunted wheelchair is said to reside on the stage in the performing arts building. Sometimes it has been known to roll out onto the stage during rehearsals or performances. Legend has it that it is the spirit of a former theater director paying a friendly visit.

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1108 Park St
Grinnell, IA 50112
United States

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41.7463306, -92.72130299999998
Poweshiek County, Iowa
Nearest Towns:
Grinnell, IA (0.2 mi.)
Westfield, IA (3.6 mi.)
Oakland Acres, IA (5.5 mi.)
Malcom, IA (8.8 mi.)
Kellogg, IA (9.8 mi.)
Gilman, IA (9.8 mi.)
Searsboro, IA (11.5 mi.)
Lynnville, IA (12.1 mi.)
Sully, IA (13.2 mi.)
Laurel, IA (14.1 mi.)


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