In the excitement of the roaring 20s, a new kind of movie palace was constructed by the Bay. More than 90 years later, Tampa Theatre has become known as one of the most haunted buildings in...
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In the excitement of the roaring 20s, a new kind of movie palace was constructed by the Bay. More than 90 years later, Tampa Theatre has become known as one of the most haunted buildings in the city, filled with the spirits of former employees, patrons and guests. Explore the unique and historic Tampa Theatre like never before, and discover the entities whom ghost hunters believe "choose to remain at the Tampa Theatre," in this ultimate haunted backstage tour. Ghosts Behind the Screen features Tampa Theatre staff, paranormal investigators, Theatre patrons, historians and dramatic recreations telling the stories that give the historic movie palace its ghostly reputation. And the cameras were rolling when spectral projectionist Fink Finley decided to make his presence known to a group in the projection booth. Written by