RIssa and Heidi take a tour of the historic Grandell Theater with the St. Louis Paranormal Research Society.
Discussion Begins: 25:02
- Shadow figure picture from Grandell stairs
- Link to possible EVP
- MO History Museum archive photo – Independent Order of Odd Fellows
- Independent Order of Odd Fellows – official
- Odd Fellows Have Skeletons in Their Closets–and Their Walls and Attics
Spiral staircase to the Caretakers Area
Photo Credit: Heidi
Adorable Cats We Know
Up top: Robert J. Whiskers, Attorney at Paw and his cat Rhys Camew, Purrsonal Assistant
Sir Wadsworth. Follow this magical beast on Instagram: @sirwadsworthstl
- Black Rep leaves Grandel Theatre after 20 years
- Spirits of St. Louis II: The Return of the Gateway City Ghosts
- Update on wildlife collector’s permit.
- A vomitorium is a passage situated below or behind a tier of seats in an amphitheatre or a stadium, through which big crowds can exit rapidly at the end of a performance. They can also be pathways for actors to enter and leave stage. The Latin word vomitorium, plural vomitoria, derives from the verb vomō, vomere, “to spew forth”. In ancient Roman architecture, vomitoria were designed to provide rapid egress for large crowds at amphitheatres and stadiums, as they do in modern sports stadiums and large theatres.
- A sextant is a doubly reflecting navigation instrument that measures the angular distance between two visible objects. The primary use of a sextant is to measure the angle between an astronomical object and the horizon for the purposes of celestial navigation.