Howells Opera House

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This historic opera house is reputed to be haunted by two apparitions, who were associated with the building in their past lives. The first is a female apparition, who appears during performances, and has even been known to appear on the stage during rehearsals. The second is a distinguished gentleman in an old-fashioned suit, who is believed to be B.P Howells, the former owner of the opera house.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

162 North Blaine Avenue
Oakley, ID
United States

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42.24441590400811, -113.88413000102446
Cassia County, Idaho
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