A Woman Died In This Theater More Than 100 Years Ago…Could This Be Her Ghost?
In 1904, Eva Gray collapsed on stage at City Theater in Maine and died while singing her third encore, “Goodbye, Little Girl, Goodbye.” Even creepier? It was Halloween eve.
Ever since that fateful day, Gray’s ghost has been said to haunt the Victorian theater where she took her last breath. On December 19, a group of amateur ghost hunters made up of working moms gained access to the building. While some claimed to feel a “chill” during the investigation, it wasn’t until viewing infrared footage that they realized they’d been in the presence of a ghostly orb.
Here you can see the orb flitting through the balcony, just above where the women are standing. Paranormal investigator Caroline Mezoian said, “It’s real, but we’ll let people think what they want.”
Many believe that Gray’s spirit has chosen to stay in the theater to look for the daughter. On the night she died, her three-year-old little girl was watching from the audience.