Kendall's Restaurant

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Formerly a grocery store, the building that houses the restaurant is over a hundred years old. During its long and eventful history, the place has amassed many stories, and according to some, four separate entities that now haunt the place. A visiting medium encountered a ghostly girl in an old-fashioned dress in the former stables (now a dining room), while a woman in black known as ‘Margaret’ has been seen in the main kitchen. Two male spectres, known as Theodore and Henry, are mainly considered for various accounts of poltergeist activity experienced by diners and staff alike.

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100 South Third Street
Noble, OK
United States

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35.1392667, -97.3947268
Cleveland County, Oklahoma
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  1. I have lived in Noble my entire life and have never, ever, heard one story of Kendalls being haunted. I have been there many times it is not haunted.

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