Breaking glass is one of the ways this spirit makes itself known to the living!
At least one known male and one female entity make The Riverside Theater their home.
Disagreeable, nasty people who act badly while alive, sometimes become stuck…
Sometimes it is hard to let go of a labor of love, even after having no physical body.
The 1920s’ basement speakeasy left some victims of the mob behind. Spectral Employees continue on despite not being on the payroll. Spirits love this grand old building; remembering good times and to supervise.
The spirits of the main mob gangster, his main squeeze & his fellas, are spectral managers, while getting chuckles teasing the staff!
Memorial Union is supposedly built on an Indian burial ground. Uh oh!
Spirits found here basically behave themselves, with a few mischievous habits.
As with every family, spirit members sometimes prefer to hang around or perhaps just visit.
People in risky professions sometimes run out of luck and expire; Some spectral spirits who were in charge want to continue to supervise.
A former owner is said to make his after-life home here.
A depressed soul did a rash act, but didn’t find peace.
Spirits like to supervise, share their feelings in a variety of ways, and get their chuckles as well.
A spectral supervisor, a spirit of a young woman, and others love this theatre!
The start of restoration activated two known spirits: one is mild-mannered and one is an unpleasant handful!
The spirit of man’s best friend is still keeping an eye on folks!
The restless spirit of a murder victim shares its violent demise through paranormal activity.
A Prohibition-era teen prostitute met disaster in one of Al Capone’s Speakeasies here; Spirits of past patrons still visit!