Haunted R Theater

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Investigate one of the last original Almshouses in Illinois.  This location has been featured on Ghost Adventures, Ghost Hunters, and in the Booth Brothers documentary Children of the Grave 2.  You will not be disappointed when you see the repairs that have been done since the new owner took over in May of 2014. 
When you are visiting the R Theater chances are you will see the Original Mystery Machine.  This is 1966 Dodge A100 was owned by Hanna-Barbera Studios and used for promotional purposes back in 1969 when the cartoon series started.  It is available for convention and other children charity events.  Check out the website for more information on how you can make a lot of kids 3-103 smile at your next event.  Who doesn't love this original ghost hunting van, sorry TAPS we were first. 

Our charity of choice to send proceeds from an investigaion you do at the R Theater is Lost Limbs Foundation.  We send 100% of the money you give us to them and will provide proof of this as well.  Please check out the website for our friend Mike Couch and the wonderful things he does to assist children.  Lost Limbs Foundation is an IRS approved 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

With the money from investigations held at the R Theater we have also donated to Junior Diabetes.  With a family member having this disease we try to do what we can to assist to help find a cure to help kids.  Feel comfortable that the money you are paying while investigating the R Theater is going to a good cause, to help kids. 
Another charity we have worked with quite a bit is St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.  I really don't know anyone that has not heard of this charity.  If you are going to Memphis be sure to schedule a visit for a heart warming experience.  The mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. Consistent with the vision of our founder Danny Thomas, no child is denied treatment based on race, religion or a family's ability to pay.