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The historic building is haunted by the spirit of Sappho Constantine Brown, the daughter of a former theatre owner. Workmen refurbishing the building during the 1980’s were the first to encounter her apparition, which was often accompanied by light footsteps. The sounds of a phantom brawl has also been heard throughout the place, perhaps a remnant of when the edifice served as a hotel.

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110 West Main Street
Pawhuska, OK
United States

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36.6634568, -96.3407947
Osage County, Oklahoma
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