The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City

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Rumor has it that a former maid killed herself and her illegitimate daughter by jumping out the window here. It is these deaths that folks say spurred the hauntings. Female guests have reported hearing infants’ cries during the night, and male guests have been propositioned by a female voice, or even sexually assaulted, and have seen the apparition of a naked woman while they were in the shower.

According to reports, after decades of standing empty, the hotel was renovated and re-opened in 2007.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1 Park Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
United States

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GPS:
35.469145, -97.513801
County:
Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Oklahoma City, OK (0.2 mi.)
Smith Village, OK (3.4 mi.)
Forest Park, OK (4.5 mi.)
Del City, OK (4.5 mi.)
Valley Brook, OK (5.0 mi.)
Nichols Hills, OK (6.0 mi.)
Lake Aluma, OK (6.2 mi.)
The Village, OK (6.7 mi.)
Midwest City, OK (6.7 mi.)
Warr Acres, OK (7.0 mi.)

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Web:
http://www.skirvinhilton.com/

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  1. Hello I work at Marriott in bricktown I was trying to get into room w my key in room 629 I said hello house keeper I could clearly hear somebody i said hello .. And as I opened door up I seen and heard to dark shadows scuffling hard in a fight I shut door and went to other checkout to call security I was really scared about to cry it was very upsetting to me.. So security checked and I made him check closet to . he thought I was losing it lol I was serious . a bit later my boss came and said Tama you okay I said yes but I got scared she said well your not the only one even I have heard things I said really she said yes and we asked front desk about it but they are not aloud to talk about it or what has happened here .. So I researched .. Found two suicides same manner and I am on 6floor and I don’t think they did that on purpose cause a couple of times I have felt like something trying to make me fall out window seriously like the cord wrapped around my ankle and I almost fell then tripped backwards towards window I really feel sorry for these two women I feel they got pushed to there death not suicide and also I think she liked candy cause a beautiful candy can e was on my cart and I smelled black liqerish and candy keeps being in my path!” I would like to ask her family if she limed candy !” I have a feeling sh did then yesterday I left door close behind me it screamed like a women so I was like humm I will see if it makes same noise if I try to let it shut again well it did not make same noise..

  2. This hotel is where visiting NBA teams stay when they play against the Thunder. There’s been a lot of reports from players of strange occurrences there in the past.

    In the past few seasons, the Knicks blamed creaks and groans for a sleepless night before a loss. A Bulls player could not explain why his bathroom door slammed shut. A member of the Phoenix Suns woke to find his bathtub filled with water.

    “The place is haunted,” Jared Jeffries told The Daily News. “It’s scary.”

    His teammate Eddy Curry said he slept just two hours one night. He was the only player assigned to the supposedly spooky 10th floor, and he spent most of his time in Nate Robinson’s room, afraid to be alone.

    “I definitely believe there are ghosts in that hotel,” Curry told The Daily News, which illustrated its article with a photograph not of the Skirvin but of the Bates Motel.

    Weeks later, Chicago’s Taj Gibson said that his bathroom door at the Skirvin had slammed in the middle of the night for no reason. His teammate Derrick Rose was among the Bulls who heard strange bangs and bumps and became a believer.

    “It was scary last night,” Rose said.

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