The spirit of Bobby Darnall a young boy who died when a boiler exploded is said to haunt the theater.Although there are also reports of a young woman wearing a bonnet who has been seen wandering the hallways, the employees of the theater believe that Bobby is the most active ghost, and is prone to playing tricks and pranks on the crew. Whether it is just basic superstition or not, everything that goes wrong in the theater gets blamed on Bobby and cast members attempt to appease him by bribing him with doughnuts, leaving them out before performances so that he won’t interfere with their show.
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- 423 Central Ave NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
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- 35.0849872, -106.65258840000001
- Bernalillo County, New Mexico
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