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Watch the terror unfold as paranormal investigators find themselves face to face with the restless spirits that inhabit the historic Temple Theatre of Saginaw, Michigan. Witness the hair-raising journey as the film crew explores hidden tunnels, captures shocking evidence and validates claims that the old theatre is indeed haunted. In the heart of downtown Saginaw exists a virtual time capsule filled with history, emotion and long kept secrets. The Temple Theatre (built nearly a century ago) is currently known for its prestige and glamour. However its history hasn’t always basked in the limelight.
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