Oklahoma is said to have more ghosts per capita than anywhere else in the country, or at least it would seem that way! The Sooner State has more than its fair share of urban legends, ghost stories, tall tales, and haunted places.

Oklahoma is home to one of the most historical and haunted theaters in the entire country. The Constantine Theater in Pawhuska, OK. was originally built back in the late 1800s as a hotel and later into a theater. It was billed as the "Finest Opera House in the Southwest" when it opened in December of 1914.

Inside the Constantine Theater in Pawhuska, OK. that is rumored to be haunted

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Professional paranormal investigators and amateur ghost hunters alike have conducted several investigations throughout the years at the Constantine Theater and all report the same findings, the place is haunted. It's a very popular place for supernatural research and thrill-seekers looking for a good scare.

While there have been numerous reports of seeing a female ghost, there are also sightings of male ghosts, shadow figures, unusual light orbs and occurrences, hearing strange noises, voices, footsteps, and other creepy phenomena. The place is literally filled with paranormal activity of all types and intensities.

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The female ghost at the Constantine Theater has been seen by several people and investigators. She usually hangs out on the balcony but has been known to walk the lower levels as well. She supposedly likes to attend the movies and mingle with the guests. She's described as wearing a fancy button-down dress, just like they wore in the mid-1900s. Her temperament is friendly and curious. So she's not too scary...For a ghost anyway.

Some say it's the ghost of Sappho Constantine Brown, the daughter of George Constantine. There's even a book written about it "Haunted Highway, the Spirits of Route 66" written by Ellen Robson and Dianne Freeman. There's also talk of a male ghost who likes to appear on stage and behind scenes from time to time. If not friendly, he's not threatening. Most people say he's trying to be helpful to those around him.

The Constantine Theater has a long, rich history and a haunted one at that

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You can make a visit to the Constantine Theater in Pawhuska, OK. They show movies and still offer live performances like plays, musicals, concerts, and even operas. It's the second oldest performing arts center in the state and it's still going strong. There's a lot of history and even legend about the Constantine Theater.

The Dreadful Downtown Hauntings of Lawton, OK.

When it comes to ghost tales and hauntings Lawton, Fort Sill has more than a few scary stories to tell. The most active hauntings and paranormal/supernatural occurrences that have been reported seem to be centered around downtown Lawton. If you've lived here a while I'm sure you've heard a few of these terrifying tales yourself. If not check out the photo gallery below of the dreadful downtown hauntings of Lawton, OK.