Walker Theatre - Burton Cummings Theatre

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The century-old Walker Theatre, aka Burton Cummings Theatre, has ghosts whom workers have heard applauding from inside the theater. The ghosts are also said to speak, whisper, and move 200-pound steel doors. According to some, the ghosts are former actors Laurence Irving and Mabel Hackney, who passed away in 1914.

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364 Smith Street
Winnipeg, MB, Canada

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49.8958226, -97.14363900000001
Division No. 11
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