Eskridge Hotel Museum

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This hotel-turned-museum boasts more than historic exhibits — it’s said to have some haunts as well. Mannequins in the displays are said to move, and shadows can be seen moving through the place.

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114 E Robert S Kerr Blvd
Wynnewood, OK 73098
United States

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34.6429376, -97.16966530000002
Garvin County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Wynnewood, OK (0.3 mi.)
Pauls Valley, OK (7.3 mi.)
Davis, OK (10.0 mi.)
Katie, OK (11.3 mi.)
Elmore City, OK (13.0 mi.)
Paoli, OK (13.7 mi.)
Sulphur, OK (14.8 mi.)
Stratford, OK (16.0 mi.)
Byars, OK (17.4 mi.)
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  1. I have been in the Eskridge many times, but one time really stands out. I was visiting a friend there who at the time was the curator. We were in the lobby talking and all of a sudden I heard a young woman;s laugh coming from upstairs. I told my friend, “Oh, I didn’t know you had people touring.” She said there was no one in there. And because I believe but also skeptical, I thought of all the possibilities of where that laughter came from and there were none. The beauty shop next door was clsoed that day so one was there. The only place it came from was upstairs.

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