Strayer-Wood Theatre

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Zelda is the nickname students have for a ghost who plays the piano, makes strange noises, or causes some of the equipment to work by itself.

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West 27th Street
Cedar Falls, IA 50614
United States

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42.5139039628733, -92.46408703924317
Black Hawk County, Iowa
Nearest Towns:
Cedar Falls, IA (1.3 mi.)
Waterloo, IA (6.3 mi.)
Hudson, IA (7.4 mi.)
New Hartford, IA (8.8 mi.)
Dike, IA (9.0 mi.)
Janesville, IA (9.1 mi.)
Evansdale, IA (9.8 mi.)
Elk Run Heights, IA (11.1 mi.)
Washburn, IA (12.3 mi.)
Denver, IA (12.6 mi.)


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  1. I saw this ghost come alive. I hear the piano playing when I pass this place at 10.30 at night. Go past it and stand by the black looking ghost that haunts this place. Some people say that he will come and steal your soul why your sleeping. Good Luck 😉

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