Welden Theatre

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This 1940s theater is believed to be haunted by an apparition of a man in a white sweater who has been seen in the basement. Folks have heard unexplained voices, doors open and close on their own, and a movie projector once started by itself. Some witnesses say they have had the uneasy feeling of being watched.

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104 N Main St
St Albans, VT 05478
United States

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44.813513, -73.08324099999999
Franklin County, Vermont
Nearest Towns:
Saint Albans, VT (0.2 mi.)
Swanton, VT (7.5 mi.)
North Hero, VT (10.1 mi.)
Milton, VT (12.1 mi.)
West Milton, VT (13.4 mi.)
Enosburg Falls, VT (15.0 mi.)
Alburg, VT (15.4 mi.)
Cambridge, VT (15.5 mi.)
Cumberland Head, NY (17.0 mi.)
Jeffersonville, VT (17.1 mi.)

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