Dartmouth Opera House
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The Dartmouth Royal Opera House was opened in 1152 NA by Roland Sandler, a wizard who had become rich by selling healing potions made from water from a special spring he discovered near Dartmouth. However, he came to ruin when, in 1170 NA his potions were discovered to cause various side effects such as sterility, and he committed suicide by setting the Opera House ablaze with him in it - with numerous other patrons in attendance who found their deaths in the fire.

Eventually, the building was rebuilt and became a major attraction for patrons of the arts again. But in recent years, the building appears to have become haunted, as two mysterious figures have appeared which have been dubbed the Ghosts of the Opera by the Dartmouth Enquirer.

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