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In 1896, one of the counterweights for the grand chandelier fell, killing one. This, as well as the underground lake, cellars, and other elements of Opéra Garnier, inspired Gaston Leroux in 1909 to write his classic Gothic novel, The Phantom of the Opera.
The Ghostly Paris Nightclubs of the Belle Epoque
The decade is the 1890s, the height of La Belle Epoque in Paris; the 'beautiful era'. But by night, the City of Light knew a much darker string of establishments to entertain its night owls. We're outside the Cabaret du Néant, translation: the Cabaret of Nothingness, but originally known as the 'Cab