In the mid-sixties, a beautiful young woman attended the late Monday night movies at the Capitol Theatre, a vaudeville theatre, in Yakima, Washington. A chauffer always met her in the back rows and they exited to a waiting vintage automobile. During the movie, Psycho, she was strangled to death, which manifested her spirit into a ghost known as Therese. She terrified and charmed Rex Marvel, the young projectionist, into finding her murderer but he refused to enter her world of lost souls. In the fury of her scorned anger, she caused the theatre fire of 1975. During a sting, Lt. Paganelli and the theatre crew tricked the killer, who was a respected community figure, and brought him to justice.

“Brother, if you ever think of
scorning a female ghost, the
only advice I can give you is
to run for your life!”                              


Ozzie Goldstein,
Capitol Theatre’s
Entertainer manager

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