Lazy Susan Dinner Theatre

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At the Lazy Susan Dinner Theatre, the ghosts in residence like to rearrange chairs and place settings or manifest as lights that glide around backstage.

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10712 Richmond Hwy
Lorton, VA 22079
United States

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38.671912, -77.23764
Fairfax County, Virginia
Nearest Towns:
Woodbridge, VA (1.2 mi.)
Occoquan, VA (1.5 mi.)
Lorton, VA (2.3 mi.)
Lake Ridge, VA (3.4 mi.)
Potomac Mills, VA (3.5 mi.)
Dale City, VA (4.6 mi.)
Newington, VA (5.4 mi.)
Fort Belvoir, VA (5.7 mi.)
Indian Head, MD (6.4 mi.)
Woodlawn, VA (6.4 mi.)

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  1. I used to work at the Lazy Susan Dinner Theatre in 1995 and 1996. I had several experiences there including noises of people yelling and the building was empty. I worked in the office alone during the day and ran the box office at night. Definitely haunted.

    • Excuse grammar lol…anyway as a child my father told us of a story when he was younger walking In a field to go fishing there at the river and heard a woman calling his name and said that her name was Mary and shortly stumbled on a small graveyard with four or five grave markers one being with the name Mary lee rose or something like that tucked in the corner of this field next to the river sounded kinda simple and boring story none the less he took us there and showed the grave yard was there and at the time there was a putt putt golf we all thought it would be fun to go at night my dad and middle brother went to grave yard while me and my oldest stayed in the middle of field it was a bright moon and clear night as we were standing there we heard my father and brother screaming and running straight back to us we looked passed and what I seen was a lady wearing one of them big butt dresses and a long Cain looking thing holding a lantern at the top straight the fuck up floating towards the grave she was not really glowing but more illuminated by the moon light floating along the tree line then disapated years later now a adult was telling friends and learned not a football field away the lazy Suzan sits and is said to be haunted it just Kinda put some truth to self after reading about it I don’t know if there is a god I hope but I do believe something happens after death I have been to that same spot many times as a adult day and night but nothing ever happened again and the have since moved the grave yard when they built that building that sits there now but where the graves where is still there but just tall grass

  2. Barbara Bellin  |  

    As a child living in Richmond, one of my favorite memories was having my birthday dinner at the Lazy Susan Restaurant. They had the best Apple Pie and such a great atmosphere. I’m sorry that it’s gone.

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