First Christian Church

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The apparition of a woman in white has been walking between the pews of the church, and in the hallways of the church. The lights go on and off late at night when no one is around. The church organ plays by itself, and continues to play when the source of the music is investigated. The church was built across the top of an ancient burial ground.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
300 East Moses Street
Cushing, OK
United States

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GPS:
35.98136150233371, -96.76964266600407
County:
Payne County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Cushing, OK (0.3 mi.)
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  1. I live in Cushing and know this church.

    I have had various occasions where I’ve gotten sick in haunted locations, with this being one of them. I was a 2nd Grader and was at the church for my local Cub Scout’s Pinewood Derby Race. Before the races a friend and I were playing around while the adults were setting up and he said that I should see the sanctuary. He opened the door and I had a bad feeling about it, so he told me that I was “being a scaredy cat because the lights were off” so he ran in and turned them on. I still had a bad feeling but went in anyways. About halfway walking to the front I felt sick to the point of throwing up(which I had to clean up later) and left the room.

    We both got in trouble for going where we weren’t supposed to, but I never went in that sanctuary again.

  2. I worked on the pipe organ rebuild here in 2007. I worked late after hours one evening past the office closing and was told nothing was going on that evening. I finished about 7pm and headed out from the Organ chamber turning the lights off as I went down the hallway upstairs behind the altar. As I turned to start down the stairs I froze in place literally chilled to the bone. There below was a woman walking with long black hair towards the sanctuary. She stopped, then turned up to look at me and her face was white as that of ghost and I screamed like I never have before in my life but couldnt turn away. She just stared without saying anything and after a while I then said, ” I am so sorry, I didnt know there was anything going on this evening and that she startled me.” She then said, “I am here for the funeral” and then turned her head slowly towards the sanctuary and walked into it. It didnt take me long to go down that stairway and turn left outside of the church! It sent shivers down my spine all over again to read about the apparition of a woman at this church when I had no clue until now others had seen the same!

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