The Legends Of The Ansonia Opera House In Connecticut May Send Chills Down Your Spine
An opera house may seem like a luxurious, rarely-visited place in today’s world, but back in the day, they were quite common. Places all over the country had opera houses, which functioned as entertainment venues similar to today’s theaters or concert venues. One spot that was once a thriving opera house is now the source of some of the strangest urban legends in Connecticut. The Ansonia Opera House has been officially closed for nearly 50 years, but it is said that mysterious creatures still dwell there.
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