I don't know what happened, but I've been sucking at posting blogs lately. I'm going to try to get back in the swing of things.
Anyway, Queen City Paranormal will be investigating the Wilton Town Hall Theatre in Wilton NH.
This building was originally the Wilton Town Hall and was built in 1886. The building had a playhouse where vaudeville and traveling shows were peformed until converting to silent films in 1912. Today, the building still hosts movies regularly.
There are two theaters, "The Big House" seats 250 people, while the "Screening Room" seats 63. The Screening room was converted from the changing rooms of the original vaudeville actors.
In doing some research on the place, I did find some interesting history. The information however, is coming from local ghost sites and paranormal groups, so I'm not 100% on the information. According to one site, before the town hall was built, there was a hotel that burnt down in the late 1800's. A small boy, named "Henry", died in the fire and is said to haunt one of the staircases.
On top of that, Wilton NH is known for having a substantial amount of paranormal activity throughout the town. This seems to be in correlation to the high amounts of granite and quartz found here. Another paranormal hot spot, Vale End Cemetery, is also found in Wilton (and is one of the creepiest places I have been to, when the air is just right). Unfortunately, Vale End has grown a little too popular over the past couple years and is now heavily patrolled. The cemetery is posted as "no trespassing after sunset" and the Wilton police take this very seriously. My group has tried bargaining with them to let us do some investigating on a planned night, but to no success.
Known activity for the Wilton Town Hall Theatre includes: the felt presence of a child entity, a woman in the mirror of the women's bathroom, and a skinny male entity walking down the hallways then disappearing.
From what I've heard and seen in pictures, the place seems really big. I'm really excited about doing this place. My only negative thoughts are that I wish we had our IR cameras for this one. If the case is promising, maybe we can schedule a second investigation when our equipment is in.