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In the early 90s I was working as Technical Director during the declining days of the Gaslamp Quarter Theatre Co. at the Horton Grand Theatre. During a booked-in production of Shepard's "The Unseen Hand" I was working late one night on the lights, alone. I took a break and laid down on the set, looking up into the grid. A few minutes passed, then all the stage electrics swayed as if they were in a breeze. But there wasn't a breeze, and those things weigh hundreds of pounds fully loaded like they were. That wasn't the only spooky occurrence there, but it's one of the most striking. - Chris White
October 31, 2012 at 7:41 p.m.
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