Haunted Places in Dewey County, Oklahoma

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    Noble House Restaurant and Hotel

    Watonga, Oklahoma

    34.7 miles from Dewey County, OK

    This quaint 1912 hotel and restaurant features rooms named after local residents, and is rumoured to have several ghost stories associated with the building. Guests staying on the second floor claim to have heard footsteps on the roof, strange whispering voices and have felt a cold presence in their ...

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    Dead Women Crossing

    Weatherford, Oklahoma

    35.2 miles from Dewey County, OK

    This small community has a haunting name with a story behind it. Its origin is said to be a story involving Katie DeWitt James, a schoolteacher, and Fannie Norton, alleged to be a prostitute. When Katie filed for divorce in 1905, she took her baby on the train and went ...

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    Kiowa Cemetery

    Hammon, Oklahoma

    36.7 miles from Dewey County, OK

    At Kiowa Cemetery, folks have reported the apparition of a Native American sitting on a horse just inside the gate. Other apparitions have been reported as well, both at night and in the daytime.

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    Old Bessie Gymnasium

    Bessie, Oklahoma

    41.6 miles from Dewey County, OK

    The old gymnasium used to be a morgue, and there have been reports of paranormal activity inside the old building. The apparition of a previous caretaker from the building has been in the gymnasium wearing a top hat and a black trench coat. He disappears when approached by visitors or ...

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    Eastman Hotel

    Waynoka, Oklahoma

    41.9 miles from Dewey County, OK

    Rumor has it that although this building stands abandoned, here you may hear a ghostly baby cry, a man yelling, and the jingling of the doorman's keys. You may also see apparitions of former owners or hear them whistling.

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    Elk City Ramada

    Elk City, Oklahoma

    46.4 miles from Dewey County, OK

    The haunted room at this hotel is Room 110. Here, guests have reported seeing the apparition of a man and witnessing poltergeist pranks.

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    Vina Rae's Grill & Graze

    Avard, Oklahoma

    50.6 miles from Dewey County, OK

    Vina Rae's Grill & Graze cafe in the old high school gym is said to be haunted. Orbs turn up in photographs, odors such as burning hair seem to come from nowhere, and the sounds of footsteps, voices, and knocking have been reported. The apparition of a headless woman showed ...

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    Cherokee Strip Museum

    Alva, Oklahoma

    58.9 miles from Dewey County, OK

    The upper two floors of the museum have been bricked up, and it is believed the ghostly activity has shifted to the lower floor of the museum building. Ghostly voices have been heard, cold spots are felt and a piano in the reception area plays by itself. Ghostly apparitions and ...

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    Fort Reno

    El Reno, Oklahoma

    62.1 miles from Dewey County, OK

    Fort Reno, named for General Jesse L. Reno, who died at the Battle of South Mountain, became a permanent post in July 1875. It is said to be haunted by shadow figures, apparitions of children, and phantom sounds made by ghostly soldiers.

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    Shortgrass Playhouse - Hobart Fire Department

    Hobart, Oklahoma

    66.6 miles from Dewey County, OK

    The apparition of a burnt man, believed to a fire-fighter who died in action, has been reported in the building. Various other strange phenomena has been reported here as well. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    Achenbach Memorial Hospital

    Hardtner, Kansas

    74 miles from Dewey County, OK

    Reported occurrences that seem to speak for the hospital being haunted are many, including 1) The first-floor men's room is said to always be 15-20 degrees colder than the rest of the building; 2) Witnesses describe a feeling of being watched by something unseen; 3) Bloody footprints can be seen ...