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Wink Theater was built in 1941 by J.C.H. Wink, who in fact may be the ghost who is believed to haunt the building. Wink was buried on the premises when he passed away during the theater’s construction. Witnesses have reported footsteps and strange banging noises.

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114 West Crawford St
Dalton GA 30720
United States

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34.77119899254634, -84.96858640011851
Whitfield County, Georgia
Nearest Towns:
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  1. i have been there for a recital and it is not haunted or i would have noticed. why? because i have been there for many recitals and have never seen any supernaturals or heard. this is my opinion so don’t critisize. thanks for reading.:)

    • It’s free, come anytime. It is Rock Bridge Community church now. If there is a spirit in the Wink, it is almost definitely the Holy Spirit. I should know, I’ve been a member of Rock Bridge since 2008! 😉

  2. I think the only ghost haunting the Wink is the Holy Spirit!

    The haunting actually comes though the tunnel that used to run beneath the road. Its all blocked off now but there are many stories surrounding the tunnels.

  3. The theater hosts a range of performances, including plays, musicals, concerts, dance recitals, and other live shows. It serves as a platform for local artists and touring productions alike.

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