Cain's Ballroom

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Built in 1924, the historic Cain’s Ballroom is a concert venue that has hosted such acts as the Sex Pistols, Van Halen and the Ramones. The building is believed to be haunted. Cold and hot spots, orbs that show up in photos, and lights that turn on and off have been reported. Ghost investigations have turned up apparitions, disembodied voices, giggling, singing, and the feeling of being watched.

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    423 N Main St
    Tulsa, OK 74103
    United States

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    36.1610887, -95.9947679
    Tulsa County, Oklahoma
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