Built in 1928, the still-operation theater is said to be haunted by many ghosts, but the two most well-known are Mary and a masked figure. Mary, age 9, wears a white dress and pigtails, and is said to have died in a car accident in front of the theater. She watches the performances and greets employees with slamming doors and flickering lights. The masked ghost is said to live in the theater’s upper air ducts and sometimes waves from them during performances.
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- 197 S. Main St
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- 35.140213, -90.05541299999999
- Shelby County, Tennessee
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- Memphis, TN (0.7 mi.)
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