Kelso Theater Pub - Real Haunted Place
According to the Southwest Washington Paranormal Researchers, in the 1950's or 1960's a man was murdered in front of the theater. It is believed that his ghost continues to haunt the theater, along with several other spirits. When researchers attempted to interact with the ghosts, they played music from different decades. When 1930's music was played, someone appeared on the balcony. However, when the group approached the mysterious figure, there was no one there. When they played back the tape, a man's voice was recorded saying "I'm sure I am dead." There have also been reports of a female ghost who haunts the bathroom. Tape recorders have captured the sound of someone slamming the bathroom stall open and closed when no one is in the room. Meanwhile, patrons of the bar have recounted the appearance of orbs, cold spots, disembodied footsteps and apparitions. The apparitions that appear most often are an old man in a dark suit, a black cat, two girls and man who stands on the balcony.
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