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Psychic researcher scares audience at Opera House
Posted on Saturday, 16 October, 2004 |
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Last Friday night was eerie as the audience listened carefully to Lorraine Warren speak about who was haunting the Thomaston Opera House.
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on 16 October, 2004, 23:47
not really much to say about this thread, other then it is spooky, but now the people have some insight on who is haunting it and there theories of the caretaker was wrong! thanx Saruman!!! keep them comming!
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