Elk City Ramada

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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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102 B J Hughes Access Rd
Elk City, OK 73644
United States

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35.39291540000001, -99.39083730000004
Beckham County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Elk City, OK (1.5 mi.)
Canute, OK (6.6 mi.)
Burns Flat, OK (12.8 mi.)
Foss, OK (13.2 mi.)
Carter, OK (13.7 mi.)
Sayre, OK (15.7 mi.)
Dill City, OK (16.5 mi.)
Hammon, OK (16.6 mi.)
Sentinel, OK (20.3 mi.)
Butler, OK (20.4 mi.)

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  1. I am the new manager of this hotel. I have noticed some strange going on. Lol, kinda kreepy….Regency Inn and Suites, Elk City Ok. Is the new name of the old Ramada…room 110 is definitely sketchy…but we’ve noticed room 222 has definate poltergeist stuff going on…580-225-8140 to book a room…

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