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« on: September 22, 2019, 11:35:49 pm »

Pianist photographs 'ghostly woman' in theater
Posted on Wednesday, 18 September, 2019 |

https://www.classicfm.com/discover-music/ghost-paramount-theatre-austin-texas/



Could this be the theater's resident ghost ? Image Credit: Facebook / Chad Lawson
Chad Lawson had been doing a soundcheck at the Paramount Theater in Austin when the picture was taken.
The American pianist had been getting ready for a performance at the iconic theater and had taken photographs of his piano in the empty concert hall so that he could upload one to social media.

It wasn't until he looked at his photos in the hotel afterwards however that he noticed that something was amiss - a strange figure had appeared up on the balcony in one of the shots.

"I took three quick-tap photos from stage to share," he wrote. "In the photo you can clearly see someone in the mezzanine. Noticing it, I looked at the first and third pics and the person is absent."

After doing a bit of research into the building, he discovered that there had been stories for years of a ghostly woman in a white dress who is said to appear on the mezzanine floor.

"Needless to say.... I didn't sleep too well last night," Lawson wrote
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