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Sold Out-Pasadena Playhouse Paranormal Investigation

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  • Pasadena Playhouse

    39 South El Molino Avenue, Pasadena, CA (map)

    34.145023 -118.136963

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    This event is held on a "first come, first serve basis" the first 20 members that RSVP and pay will be able to attend this event. RSVPing alone does not guarantee a seat at this event. (Please note that this event will be promoted to other sites.) No refunds are available unless of a date change. 


    If you’re looking for some ghostly activity, the Playhouse can help fulfill those needs. The theater’s original owner, Gilmor Brown, is said to haunt this historic landmark, pulling pranks, and correcting actors, along with other spirits. It all started in 1917. Brown had a group called the Gilmor Brown Players. At the time, Pasadena was a small town of farmers and rich vacationers. The group was performing in an old burlesque house at the time. Luckily, Pasadena loved their performances. Fans and the town donated to them, and they were able to move out, and move into the Pasadena Playhouse in 1924. At the time, it was known as the Pasadena Community Playhouse. It was the most advanced theater on the west side of the Mississippi. With all the success of the group and the city, George Bernard Shaw called Pasadena “The Athens of the West.”

    Brown was the artistic director of the Playhouse. He was quite the perfectionist. If something was wrong, he would have his actors do it until it was right. He got this cue from his cat. Usually, the cat would turn it’s back to the stage if a scene was being done incorrectly. Brown took this as a sign to adjust the scene. When it was corrected, the cat would turn back around. He died in 1960, but he is still correcting actors in rehearsal to this day. 


    The stage lights flicker in the Playhouse when no one is in there. Props disappear and reappear in a completely different part of the theater. Doors lock and unlock by themselves. Disembodied footsteps can be heard throughout the theater. The list of claims continue to grow. 

    Please note there are no refunds for this investigation. Price is Pre-Sale $32.00 Payment can be made through PayPal at [masked] please use "friends and family" so there are no fees attached. (Price will change to Regular: $40.00 on December 1st, 2016)

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  • Aishlyn H.

    I can't wait, what's the cover charge of there is one?

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    • RAHKEE

      Price is Pre-Sale $32.00 Payment can be made through PayPal at [masked] please use "friends and family" so there are no fees attached. (Price will change to Regular: $40.00 on December 1st, 2016)

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