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Tennessee's Haunted Theaters & Playhouses, Where Big Scares Take Center Stage

It's no surprise that ##Region## is home to numerous local theaters with haunted history - a night at the theater has been an American pastime for centuries! Theaters are seemingly always abuzz with foot traffic, excitement, and of course, drama, which is why many theaters are believed to be haunted by the spirits of actors, actresses, and theatergoers that frequented their favorite theater before their departure. If you've got a love for the stage in addition to your enthusiasm for ##Region##'s Haunted History and Ghost Hunting, then you'll want to check out one of the local haunted theaters next time you're looking for real scares!
 
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    The building was originally built in 1892 and was the Union Gospel Tabernacle. The well-known home of country music is said to be haunted by the ghost of Hank Williams, Sr. Reports have stated that his voice can be heard singing his songs. The spirit of a Confederate soldier has also been reported in the building, along with footsteps and doors that close by themselves. Read More

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  •   Orpheum Theatre Memphis, TN
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    The Orpheum Theater was built back in 1928 and still operates to this day. The theater is said to be haunted by multiple ghosts, but there are two well-known spirits that have made their presence known, Mary and a masked figure. Mary was just 9 years old when she was said to have died in a car accident in front of the theater. She wears a white dress and has pigtails in her hair. She... Read More

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