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This Shrouded Night by Dana Ross

This Shrouded Night (1975)

by Dana Ross

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The stage is set for terror as a young actress flees from maddening evil! The brooding old theater to which Marie had come with her husband would be her home for the next few months. There she would star in the grim mystery, This Shrouded Night, not knowing that she had been cast to play the lead in real life. A tragic accident had left her with a weird sensitivity to the supernatural. She sensed a ghost in the theater.
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