Haunted Rohs Opera House | Renee Hill Interview

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Built in the 1870’s, the Rohs Opera House has seen generations of history pass it by. From being a playhouse to a movie house, and an all-purpose gathering place for the community. Thousands of souls have come and gone through its doors. Unlike many historic theaters, the Rohs does not have a dark tragic story attached to it. It has a relative peaceful timeline of existence. When it was near the end of its physical life and on the list for destruction, a group of locals decided to invest and preserve the building for future generations. Today, the spirits of the past continue to reside in a place they found so much happiness in life. We discuss the haunting of the haunted Rohs Opera House with paranormal investigator Renee Hill. 

PART 2 – AVAILABLE TO GRAVE KEEPERS ONLY – LISTEN HERE In part two of our interview, available only to Grave Keepers, we discuss:

  • What drew Renee to want to investigate The Rohs Opera House?
  • What was it like the first time she stepped through the doors of the Rohs Opera house?
  • What kind of expectations did Renee have for this investigation?
  • Are you more likely to have a positive investigation if the investigators have a positive attitude?
  • Did Renee experience a possession while investigating the opera house?
  • Another area’s in the downtown area where the playhouse is located?
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