Arcadian Inn

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Local folk say that the 1908 historic bed and breakfast is haunted by the ghost of Edith Ruhl, the wife of the doctor who built the original mansion. The inn is believed to have closed down.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
328 East First Street
Edmond, OK
United States

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GPS:
35.6534196, -97.47529259999999
County:
Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Edmond, OK (0.2 mi.)
The Village, OK (7.7 mi.)
Nichols Hills, OK (8.2 mi.)
Lake Aluma, OK (8.3 mi.)
Arcadia, OK (8.4 mi.)
Forest Park, OK (10.4 mi.)
Spencer, OK (10.6 mi.)
Warr Acres, OK (12.1 mi.)
Jones, OK (12.2 mi.)
Bethany, OK (12.8 mi.)

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