Sunday, October 30, 2016

Guyer Opera House Investigation

Society of the Supernatural was recently at the Guyer Opera House in Lewisville, Indiana. Erected in 1901 by O.K. Guyer, the building has seen its share of history with many wild west acts and theatrical performances. It was also a hotspot during prohibition and had some use as a funeral home with an embalming room in the basement and space for bodied to be stored.

Tragically, during a firearms demonstration in the 1920s, a young boy sitting in the audience was struck by a bullet and killed. Many believe that his spirit, or at least the residual energy of the tragedy, still lingers.

Check out part of our investigation below:

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