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Mississippi'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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  •   Cinemark Theater Tupelo, MS
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    A ghost named Lola haunts this movie theater. Although her background is unknown, she is often seen maintaining the theater, doing work related activities. Perhaps she is a former employee who remained in the theater even after her death. Read More

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    The Riley Center features its own opera ghost. Within the opera house there are inexplicably cold spots that indicate an otherworldly presence. Visitors have also felt hands on their shoulders when no one is around. Read More

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  •   Princess Theater Columbus, MS
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    Princess Theater is the home to spirits who have been disturbed by renovations that transformed the theater into a cinema. Among the apparitions is the former theater owner and a figure who stands in the shadows of the balcony. Read More

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  •   Lyric Theatre Tupelo, MS
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    This theater is said to be haunted by a resident ghost that has been nicknamed "Antoine." He likes to entertain himself by moving things around and humming. His footsteps have been heard throughout the theater as well. Some believe that he may be the ghost of a victim who was brought to the theater in 1936 when the theater was set up as a temporary hospital and shelter after a... Read More

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