The El Paso Playhouse is bringing a horror movie classic back from the dead.

The city's longest running Community Theater will be hosting a free screening of the original Night of the Living Dead (1968) on Halloween night.

The George A. Romero classic is considered one of the most influential horror films of all-time, and what better place to watch a horror classic than in one of El Paso's legit haunted spots, am I right?

Like many of the buildings on Montana, the one housing the El Paso Playhouse has been around for a many, many years. And for just as many of those years, actors and patrons have spoken about the paranormal phenomena experienced there.

Unexplained activity most frequently reported includes hearing footsteps on the wooden staircase when no one is on it, voices and whispers when no on is there, and doors slamming shut on their own. In fact, get there an hour or so before the movie starts for a ghost tour of the building and stories of the theater's haunting, per the event post.

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Night of the Living Dead (1968)
• Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018
• Doors open at 6 p.m.
• Ghost Tours 6:20-6:40
• Costume Contest 6:45
• Movie starts at 7 p.m.

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