Fitzgerald Theater

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The 1910 Fitzgerald Theater is reportedly haunted by Ben, thought to be a former stagehand, and Veronica, a former actress. During a restoration in 1985, workers removed a false ceiling and discovered a second balcony, on which was a note written to Ben. Since then, a male apparition has been seen, and workers’ tools have been found moved. Veronica’s singing has been heard in the auditorium.

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10 E Exchange St
St Paul, MN 55101
United States

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44.94897599999999, -93.09708499999999
Ramsey County, Minnesota
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