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Very sketchy and tenuous reports of this location being haunted. No specifics, just “strange things happen there”.

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Geographic Information

271 Broadway
Idaho Falls, ID
United States

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43.490934, -112.040166
Bonneville County, Idaho
Nearest Towns:
Idaho Falls, ID (1.7 mi.)
Ammon, ID (4.0 mi.)
Lincoln, ID (4.1 mi.)
Iona, ID (5.9 mi.)
Ucon, ID (8.2 mi.)
Shelley, ID (8.6 mi.)
Basalt, ID (13.6 mi.)
Rigby, ID (14.0 mi.)
Lewisville, ID (14.2 mi.)
Firth, ID (14.7 mi.)


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  1. I suggest that it’s not the theater that might be haunted, but the hotel directly adjacent to it. The Destinations Inn has a pretty remarkable history and for the summer that I worked there I experienced some pretty bizarre things; like voices, footsteps, lights flickering, and changes in temperature.

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