Schulman Theater

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Although the theater is reported to be under renovations, it is said to be haunted by a young man who resides in the upstairs projection rooms. In life, he is said to have been killed by his partner, with whom he was arguing, and his body was discovered the following day. Witnesses say the ghost appears behind you and whispers, and sometimes has been seen standing next to projectors. It is also reported that his killer is in prison to this day.

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Geographic Information

Address:
2002 E 29th St
Bryan, TX, 77802
United States

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GPS:
30.66007423541518, -96.35295403008058
County:
Brazos County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Bryan, TX (1.4 mi.)
College Station, TX (2.5 mi.)
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Caldwell, TX (22.1 mi.)
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  1. It’s not a theatre anymore. It’s part of Blinn College, the CPC building. Went to classes there and had an eerie feeling when upstairs in the art class.

  2. No deaths ever occurred at the theater there. Skyway twin drive in theater used to occupy the area where blinn college is now. A young girl was killed in the 80’s named Candy Kirkland. Her body was dumped in the woods where blinn is now.

  3. I was in the conference room in the building earlier today for a study group meeting. One of the cabinet doors started to rattle. It continued on and off for several minutes. No one was near the cabinet and it was not caused by a draft.

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