Majestic Theater

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Dating back to 1912, the historic theater achieved notoriety when the ‘Marx Brothers’ performed a vaudeville act there in 1916. However, the theatre is also renowned for its ghostly inhabitants, including a ghostly child and Julia Remmington, a former owner.

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Geographic Information

150 N Schuyler Ave
Kankakee, IL
United States

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41.120921, -87.86345699999998
Kankakee County, Illinois
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