Knox Building

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Dating back to 1921, the historic building is now occupied by a symphony orchestra. The music director has reported encountering the apparition of a workman known as ‘George’, whom he once greeted after mistaking him for a maintenance worker sent to repair the faulty elevator. Alas, upon calling the company that carried out the regular work on any technical issues, he discovered they had no employee of that name. Upon investigation, he discovered that a worker had fallen to his death down the elevator shaft many years prior. However, it would appear his spirit was not alone, as a poltergeist is also apparently at work in the establishment. Other workers, including a site manager who quit on account of the activity, have reported doors opening and closing of their own accord, disembodied footsteps and sheet music being thrown around by unseen hands.

Submitted by Callum Swift

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301 West Broadway Avenue A
Enid, OK
United States

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36.3962907, -97.88182180000001
Garfield County, Oklahoma
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