Improved Order of Heptasophs - Baltimore Theatre Project

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Built in the 1880s by the Improved Order of Heptasophs (Greek for “seven wise men”), the structure was later used as a dance hall. The ghost who resides here is believed to be from that period. He has been seen wearing a suit and playing the piano.

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45 West Preston Street
Baltimore, Maryland
United States

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39.304311191117414, -76.61818832159048
Nearest Towns:
Mount Vernon, MD (0.5 mi.)
Baltimore, MD (1.0 mi.)
Lansdowne, MD (4.7 mi.)
Baltimore Highlands, MD (5.0 mi.)
Brooklyn Park, MD (5.2 mi.)
Charlestown, MD (5.3 mi.)
Arbutus, MD (5.6 mi.)
Rosedale, MD (5.6 mi.)
Woodlawn, MD (6.0 mi.)
Pumphrey, MD (6.1 mi.)

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