Eastman Hotel

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Rumor has it that although this building stands abandoned, here you may hear a ghostly baby cry, a man yelling, and the jingling of the doorman’s keys. You may also see apparitions of former owners or hear them whistling.

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302 East Cecil
Waynoka, OK
United States

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36.5854814, -98.87901740000001
Woods County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Waynoka, OK (0.2 mi.)
Avard, OK (9.3 mi.)
Quinlan, OK (12.9 mi.)
Freedom, OK (18.1 mi.)
Dacoma, OK (18.2 mi.)
Alva, OK (19.2 mi.)
Mooreland, OK (20.7 mi.)
Carmen, OK (23.1 mi.)
Aline, OK (24.4 mi.)
Chester, OK (25.6 mi.)


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  1. if their is anyone close to lavern Oklahoma that would let us come and see their creepy places contact me asap because we take evps and thermal pictures and we have cought a lot of stuff throught out this year

  2. My grandma use to run a restraunt and my mom use to put every thing up and she would come back to the kitchen and all the knives would be lined up perfictly from smallest to largest

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