Mission Terror, Season 2 Episode 1: Egyptian Theatre

The Greater Rockford Apparition & Ghost Group (G.R.A.G.G) is back in season two of their web series Mission Terror! In the latest episode of Mission Terror, the G.R.A.G.G team travels to DeKalb, Illinois to investigate the Egyptian Theater. The Egyptian Theater was designed by Elmer F. Behrns and built in 1928. It held regular performances until 1970, when it fell into disrepair. In 1978, local citizens took an interest in the theater’s preservation and added it to the National Register of Historic Places. It is now one of only six remaining Egyptian Revival theaters in the United States.

The theater is allegedly haunted by two ghosts: one of Irv Kummerfeldt, whose leadership saved the building in 1978 and who died at the top of Isle 1, and one simply known as “Bob.” Open doors, footsteps, and mysterious taps on the shoulders of employees are all blamed on Bob. The Egyptian symbols in the theater also have been said to contain hidden messages. For the first time ever, the GRAGGettes join in on the investigation. This season of Mission Terror is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever before.


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