Capitol Theatre

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The Art Deco Capitol Theatre was built in 1927 and has been haunted for at least three decades, witnesses say. Reports have come in of a man’s shadowy figure, music coming from a long-defunct organ, doors that open on their own, disembodied whispers, and the phantom sounds of a late-night show.

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220 W. Dominick Street
Rome, NY
United States

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43.21239239573232, -75.45994997990113
Oneida County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Rome, NY (0.2 mi.)
Westmoreland, NY (7.2 mi.)
Oriskany, NY (7.5 mi.)
Verona, NY (7.6 mi.)
Clark Mills, NY (9.2 mi.)
Vernon, NY (10.0 mi.)
Holland Patent, NY (10.4 mi.)
Whitesboro, NY (10.5 mi.)
New York Mills, NY (11.3 mi.)
Yorkville, NY (11.7 mi.)

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