Granbury Opera House

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Granbury Opera House is reported to be haunted by a Shakespeare-loving apparition of a tall figure in black, with black boots. He is known at times to break into a spirited–no pun intended–performance. Some believe he is the ghost of John Wilkes Booth.

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133 E Pearl St
Granbury, TX 76048
United States

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32.441985, -97.786809
Hood County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Granbury, TX (0.4 mi.)
Brazos Bend, TX (2.8 mi.)
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Tolar, TX (8.6 mi.)
Cresson, TX (11.7 mi.)
Glen Rose, TX (14.4 mi.)
Godley, TX (15.2 mi.)
Lipan, TX (16.0 mi.)

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  1. Kalanioku Morrissette  |  

    Hi I work at the Granbury Opera house and would love to share some of mine and my co workers experiences over the recent years.

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