THE STORY: There is another reportedly haunted theater located at 110 W. Main, in the city of Pawhuska, in Osage County. This building is said to be haunted by the ghost of Sappho Constantine Brown, the beautiful daughter of the theater owner. The theater was closed in 1970, after many profitable years. In 1987, a group of concerned citizens led by Eileen Monger, began a long, tedious renovation. It is now complete, with a live stage in Greek Revival Style and a seating capacity of 589 and outstanding accoustics. The theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the National League of Historic Theatres. When restoration began in 1987 some 100 years after it was built, workmen claimed to hear phantom footsteps and saw an apparition of the girl. The theater was built as a hotel, The Pawhuska House, but underwent a transformation after C.C. Constantine purchased it in 1911 and embarked on a dream to turn it into the finest opera house in the Southwest. The beautiful theater has remarkable acoustics. According to witnesses, sounds of a barroom brawl can be heard in the historic theater. EVIDENCE: Anecdotal.