Calumet Theatre

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First opened in 1900 and attracting the likes of Frank Morgan, Douglas Fairbanks Sr., Lon Chaney Sr., John Philip Sousa and Sarah Bernhardt, this theater is believed to be home to the ghost of renowned Shakespearean actress Madame Helena Modjeska. The ghost is said to have first appeared around 1958 to help actress Adysse Lane when she forgot her lines during a performance. Witnesses also have felt unexplained cold breezes and heard music that seemingly comes from nowhere.

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    340 6th St
    Calumet, MI 49913
    United States

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    47.2477235, -88.45354729999997
    Houghton County, Michigan
    Nearest Towns:
    Calumet, MI (0.1 mi.)
    Laurium, MI (0.9 mi.)
    Copper City, MI (4.0 mi.)
    Lake Linden, MI (4.3 mi.)
    Ahmeek, MI (4.4 mi.)
    Hubbell, MI (5.3 mi.)
    Dollar Bay, MI (9.3 mi.)
    Houghton, MI (10.2 mi.)
    Hancock, MI (10.3 mi.)
    Eagle River, MI (13.7 mi.)

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