Garfield Furniture - Grand Avenue Hotel

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The 1898 Grand Avenue Hotel, now a furniture store, is possibly haunted by the apparition of John Wilkes Booth. He stayed at the hotel in 1903, and committed suicide through strychnine poisoning under the pseudonym David E. George. The owners of the place say that the room he died in is still haunted by his spirit to this day, and the haunting has been documented on several television shows.

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Geographic Information

205 South Grand Avenue
Enid, OK
United States

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36.3951485, -97.87807370000002
Garfield County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Enid, OK (0.0 mi.)
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Drummond, OK (11.0 mi.)
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