Capitol Theatre

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The ghost of a little girl who died after falling down the stairs is rumored to haunt Capitol Theatre. Her ghost has been seen behind the ticket booth at night. Also, volunteer firefighter Alexander Lindsay was fighting a blaze in 1924 when the main stage fell on him. His ghost has been seen in a theater seat, and he’s known to cause cool breezes inside the building.

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811 Main St
Moncton, NB
E1C 1G1, Canada

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46.0884065, -64.77902440000003
Westmorland County
Nearest Towns:
Moncton, NB (0.7 mi.)
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