Walterdale Playhouse

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Walterdale Theater Playhouse was a 1920s fire station until it became a playhouse in the 1960s. A ghost is said to visit usually around the beginning of each play run, often seen in the back stairwell or the green room. Witnesses have felt cool gusts or noticed unseen hands steadying them on the stairs; props have been known to move and lights to turn off by themselves.

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Geographic Information

10322 83 Avenue Northwest
Edmonton, AB, Canada

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53.5193114, -113.49618829999997
Division No. 11
Nearest Towns:
Edmonton, AB (2.1 mi.)
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Saint Albert, AB (9.7 mi.)
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Nisku, AB (12.9 mi.)
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