Theater: Finnish Temperance Hall


Finnish Temperance Hall in Rocklin, California

Location: Rocklin, California, USA
Built: 1905
Operation Time:
? – Present
Status: Open

History

The Finnish Temperance Hall, which is also known as the “Finn Hall”, was built in 1905 by the Finnish Temperance Society. During its early days, it was one of Rocklin’s most impressive theaters, featuring school Christmas programs, receptions, dances, and fraternal meetings. It is said to be haunted by old playwrights who died there in their early 1920s.

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. mmromance says:

    Reblogged this on mmromance and commented:
    Perfect for Halloween … and hopefully another installment of SOULLESS tomorrow …

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  2. Juliette says:

    This is awesome! It is just a few minutes from where I work. I had no idea it was haunted!

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    1. It’s a really interesting historical building. I didn’t know it was haunted either up until I found out about it on ForgottenUSA.com.

      Thanks for visiting! 😀

      Ghostly World
      Email At: ghostlyworldblog@gmail.com

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