From the Back Cover
Thirty-five gripping tales of ghostly
goings-on and other worldly encounters in theaters across North America and London
The hard part isn’t finding theaters that are hauntedit's finding theaters that aren’t! Haunted Theaters comprises thirty-five suspenseful stories of spooky visitations and supernatural happenings in historic theaters, opera houses, and other stages from Broadway to America’s many regional theaters, from Canada to London’s West End. Each tale is guaranteed to entertainand have you clenching your teeth. Read about all this and more:
Percy Keene, who was stage manager at the Grand Opera House in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, from 1895 up until his death in 1967, still shows up for duty.
Klondike Kate was known as the Flower of the North.” No wonder the dancer, muse, and financier of vaudeville theater owner Alexander Pantages still visits her old dressing room at the Palace Grand Theatre in the Yukon’s Dawson City.
The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in London is the most haunted theater in Englandsome say, in the world.
About the Author
Tom Ogden, one of America’s most celebrated magicians, has twice been voted Parlour Magician of the Year” and has received an astounding additional fourteen nominations at the world-famous Magic Castle in Hollywood. He has appeared on television specials, such as The World’s Greatest Magic II (NBC) and The Great Magic of Las Vegas (FOX). Tom is the author of several books, including Haunted Highways and Haunted Hollywood.