A ghost named Chester haunts the theater building, who is rumored to have been an architect of the building, but passed away before its completion. Legend has it that the building was erected backward and he killed himself in disgrace. His ghost has manifested as a face on a stage curtain and onstage as an extra ghost in a 1960s production of Hamlet. Cold spots and strange noises have been reported in the building.
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- 2222 Alumni Drive
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962
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- 31.62174495608786, -94.65200847389497
- Nacogdoches County, Texas
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