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In the early 1970s the theater director is said to have fallen down the spiral staircase backstage and hit his head, after which he suffered mood swings. He then was said to have committed suicide in the sound booth, by loading real bullets into a prop pistol. People have experienced uneasy feelings in his old office, and in the mid-1980s his phantom form began to be seen around the theater.

Also, the Student Union building is said to be haunted by the ghost of a woman who is said to have hanged herself. The woman, who wears 1930s garb, has also been seen in the theater.

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    101 Montana Hall
    Bozeman, Mt 59717
    United States

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    45.667565, -111.049354
    Gallatin County, Montana
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