James Parkinson House

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The 1892 Victorian mansion is rumoured to be haunted, according to the current residents. Orbs have been known to show up in photographs, and lamps have been known to flicker for no apparent reason. In an upstairs bedroom, strange noises and ghostly voices have been heard. The current owner refuses to sleep in that room after apparently encountering a ghost there.

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Geographic Information

207 N.E. Second St
Wagoner, OK
United States

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35.961956, -95.37604299999998
Wagoner County, Oklahoma
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