Theodore's and Smith's Billiards

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Featured on an episode of TV’s Ghost Hunters, Theodore’s and Smith’s Billiards is said to be the site of some eerie occurrences. Witnesses say they hear the sound of balls rolling across floors (in a spot where there was a bowling alley 80 years ago), whispers, footsteps, cold spots, and a ghostly young boy who appears sitting on a pool table.

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207 Worthington St
Springfield, MA 01103
United States

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42.1042934, -72.59220049999999
Hampden County, Massachusetts
Nearest Towns:
Springfield, MA (0.2 mi.)
West Springfield, MA (1.5 mi.)
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