Claque Playhouse

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This historic playhouse is situated on an old farming property, as the theatre itself is a barn conversion. The former owner of the property, known to staff as ‘Walter’, has been seen and heard throughout the theatre. He often is heard sobbing in the theatre, and has been known to throw objects or move them around. He is most active during renovations on the theatre.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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1371 Clague Rd
Westlake, OH
United States

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41.46669199999999, -81.880831
Cuyahoga County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Fairview Park, OH (1.9 mi.)
Westlake, OH (2.1 mi.)
Rocky River, OH (2.2 mi.)
Bay Village, OH (2.5 mi.)
North Olmsted, OH (4.2 mi.)
Lakewood, OH (4.4 mi.)
Linndale, OH (6.0 mi.)
Brook Park, OH (6.2 mi.)
Olmsted Falls, OH (6.5 mi.)
Berea, OH (7.1 mi.)


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  1. Strange things have been happening to me, starting with the overdose death of my stepson. Two nights before this occurred, I had an episode of night paralysis. I never knew this phenomena existed before it happened.
    I haven’t lived in Westlake in thirty years, and the last time I was in Cleveland, was to take my dying significant other, to the Cleveland Clinic.
    One of the nostalgic places I wanted to visit was the pines at Clague park pond. My brothers used to play hockey on the pond, and is a site of warm memories.
    However, when I visited, I couldn’t help but repeatedly noticing The Clague house. I don’t know why- but I keep having visions of the house ever since.
    When I was a child, we didn’t think of the property in terms of being haunted, but rather, a historical Westlake treasure.
    Now, it just seems strange, and possibly earie.

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