Old Plantation Restaurant

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The 1910 restaurant and former hotel is rumoured to be haunted by a horde of spirits from the past. The ghosts include a little girl playing in an upstairs hallway, a brown-haired prostitute who manifests on the staircase and even the apparition of country swing musician Bob Wills. A poltergeist may also be at work in the dining room bar, as glasses have been known to stack themselves after being washed.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
140 East Lake Drive
Medicine Park, OK
United States

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GPS:
34.72808276936198, -98.50162714722501
County:
Comanche County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Medicine Park, OK (0.1 mi.)
Cache, OK (9.9 mi.)
Lawton, OK (10.4 mi.)
Elgin, OK (12.4 mi.)
Apache, OK (13.8 mi.)
Fletcher, OK (16.0 mi.)
Indiahoma, OK (16.0 mi.)
Geronimo, OK (18.3 mi.)
Sterling, OK (18.8 mi.)
Faxon, OK (19.2 mi.)

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