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Long Island's Haunted Theaters & Playhouses, Where Big Scares Take Center Stage

It's no surprise that ##Region## is home to numerous local theaters with haunted history - a night at the theater has been an American pastime for centuries! Theaters are seemingly always abuzz with foot traffic, excitement, and of course, drama, which is why many theaters are believed to be haunted by the spirits of actors, actresses, and theatergoers that frequented their favorite theater before their departure. If you've got a love for the stage in addition to your enthusiasm for ##Region##'s Haunted History and Ghost Hunting, then you'll want to check out one of the local haunted theaters next time you're looking for real scares!
 
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  •   Commack Multiplex Cinemas Commack, NY
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    When the Commack Multiplex Cinema still stood there were multiple reports of ghostly activity. Mysterious shadows were often seen gliding across movie screens, and employees reported doorknobs being randomly turned, as well as lockers being opened and closed when nobody was around. Scratch marks were said to appear and disappear on the concession stand glass, even after it had been... Read More

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  •   Islip Pavilion Theater Isllip, NY
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    The Islip Pavilion Theater first opened its doors to audiences in 1946; after a temporary closure it was revived as the Islip Cinemas. Former employees have reported a variety of unusual incidents, including hearing footsteps and knocking when no one has been around. Some have even heard disembodied breathing and heartbeats coming from within the building. Ghost Investigation Teams... Read More

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    The Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts dates back to the early 1930's and was originally a one-screen movie theater, and at one point it was operated by the same projectionist as Northport’s one-screen theater. It featured over 500 seats and a balcony. When it was purchased by United Artists, it became a discount second run movie house and it only cost about $2 to see a movie... Read More

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