Museum of Pioneer History

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The 1898 edifice that houses the historic museum was constructed immediately after a tornado flattened the original township. Known as the “Mascho Building’, the place is rumoured to have a ghost or two. The owner got more than he bargained for after opening a haunted house attraction, with several actors reporting that they themselves were scared by the manifestation of paranormal activity on the premises. Phenomena experienced here includes ghostly laughter, apparitions, and the rearrangement of objects by unseen hands.

Submitted by Callum Swift

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Geographic Information

717 Manvel Avenue
Chandler, OK
United States

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35.702935677130036, -96.88099032579498
Lincoln County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Chandler, OK (0.1 mi.)
Davenport, OK (6.5 mi.)
Warwick, OK (7.0 mi.)
Sparks, OK (7.4 mi.)
Kendrick, OK (8.1 mi.)
Wellston, OK (10.3 mi.)
Carney, OK (10.4 mi.)
Tryon, OK (12.4 mi.)
Stroud, OK (12.9 mi.)
Agra, OK (13.3 mi.)


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