Ghost Story, Haunted Historic Building, former Church, Movie Theater



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Kingman AZ, March 24, 2012. Do you believe in haunted houses, buildings, hotels, theaters, mines, etc? I went into this business, the Boston Antiques and Collectibles place in downtown Kingman the other day, totally unaware of the stories that it was haunted, so bear with me as I did the report in a bit of an awkward fashion. I was expecting something like this.

According to Dennis the owner, about a year and a half ago a Ghost / Paranormal investigation team came out and spent a night in the place, having documented that the place was haunted. Reportedly 3 ghosts are known to be at the location, a woman, a man (projectionist of the former theater), and a little girl that has been seen with a bag of popcorn.

I did alittle research into the history of the place, actual dates differing according to who’s telling the stories, first having been Lang’s Theater around 1931, Henry Lang the owner at the time. Then around 1939 the place becomes the State Theater which served downtown Kingman Arizona from that time till around the late 1970s. I couldn’t find anything about the place being a church, but Dennis testified that it was at one time.

If you all like these types of stories or investigations, send me a message, and I might be willing to get into this a bit more, as it’s always been a fascination of mine since I was a kid. I saw George4title (g4t) cover a few of these type of stories, and of course many other people have given their personal testimonies of paranormal experiences online, around youtube and such.

Good day everyone, the Mark Allen Channel.

Haunted Places in Virginia



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From Virginia Beach to Norfolk, Chesapeake to Richmond, Newport News, Alexandria, and more! Check out these haunted graves, schools, churches, buildings and other locations throughout the old dominion! These are our picks for the top 10 most haunted places in Virginia! Enjoy!

Photos:

“The Ferry Plantation House” by L. Allen Brewer ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“FerryPlantationHouseCooker” by Rlevse ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 (

“MarthaWashingtonInn” by RebelAt ( is in the Public Domain

“martha washington inn, abingdon va” by beccapie ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 (

“Bacon’s Castle 1972” by Jake E. Boucher/HABS ( is in the Public Domain

“Bacon’s Castle” by Sgam80 ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 (

“University of Virginia” by Daniel Latorre ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“University of Virginia” by Phil Roeder ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“Exterior of Rosewell Plantation Gloucester County Virginia circa 1900” by Unknown (gloucestercounty.blogspot.com) is in the Public Domain

“Facade of ruins Rosewell Plantation Carter Creek Gloucester County Virginia” by Historic American Building Survey is in the Public Domain

“Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia” by Ken Lund ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 (

“Virginia State Capitol” by Jim Bowen ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“Swannanoa KSteele” by Colchicine ( is in the public domain

“Swannanoa – Stairs 20130914 153236 HDR” by Fopseh ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 (

“Cold Harbor battlefield” by Muhranoff ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 (

“Confederate Position, Cold Harbor, Richmond National Battlefield Park, Virginia” by Ken Lund ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 (

“Confederate Position, Cold Harbor, Richmond National Battlefield Park, Virginia” by Ken Lund ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 (