W.E. Scott Theatre - Real Fort Worth Haunt
This theatre dates back to 1966 and was built with funds that were left by William Edrington Scott, who passed away from lung cancer. Scott himself is believed to be one of the ghosts that haunts this theater. He has been known to straighten his portraits if they're hanging crookedly due to the street vibrations. Kenneth Walker Yandle is another ghost that resides here. Yandle was an actor that worked here as a stage hand from 1967-1970. He hanged himself in the prop room in the dungeon on January 7th, 1970. Stories say he was depressed after him and his girlfriend broke up. He has appeared wearing a brown suit, walking across the stage. People have reported hearing his laughter under the stage.
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