Retlaw Theater

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Retlaw is Walter spelled backwards. The theater was owned and operated by Walter Schroeder, and he still lingers here in spirit. Witnesses have heard footsteps, clapping, creaking of theater seats, doors that open on their own, and figures that show up in the basement.

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Geographic Information

23 South Main Street
Fond du Lac, WI 54935
United States

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43.778063, -88.44651799999997
Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
Fond du Lac, WI (0.4 mi.)
North Fond du Lac, WI (2.9 mi.)
Taycheedah, WI (3.3 mi.)
Saint Peter, WI (6.6 mi.)
Eden, WI (7.2 mi.)
Oakfield, WI (8.1 mi.)
Van Dyne, WI (8.1 mi.)
Mount Calvary, WI (10.5 mi.)
Brownsville, WI (11.4 mi.)
Rosendale, WI (11.6 mi.)


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