Blanchard Cemetery

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Witnesses at Blanchard Cemetery have reported unexplained lights and the apparition of a tall man in black pants who may wave.

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Hwy 76 and NE 25th St
Blanchard, OK
United States

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35.1595456, -97.65108120000002
McClain County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Blanchard, OK (1.6 mi.)
Cole, OK (5.9 mi.)
Newcastle, OK (6.7 mi.)
Bridge Creek, OK (7.1 mi.)
Dibble, OK (8.8 mi.)
Goldsby, OK (9.9 mi.)
Washington, OK (11.7 mi.)
Norman, OK (12.7 mi.)
Tuttle, OK (12.8 mi.)
Amber, OK (12.9 mi.)


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  1. Group of friends  |  

    I went there with my friends and it is very hard to determine where the three trees are, and we didn’t see the ghost, but we didn’t put in very much effort

  2. When the pollen is strong, you can see that ghost on the interstate. Dark clothes. Out of place. Walking to nowhere. only thing near him is a cemetery 20 miles away. (Which happens to be haunted.)

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