Langston's Western Wear

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The 1919 building that houses Langston’s Western Wear was originally a dance hall and bar. It is said to be haunted by two ghosts, Rose and Patty, who are trying to find each other. The 1920s-1930s women were sisters and taxi dancers at the dance hall when a jealous boyfriend shot Patty in what is now the children’s clothing and women’s boots section on the first floor. Rose then hanged herself in an upstairs rooms. Employees have reported feelings of dread and fear when standing at the foot of the stairs to the second floor. They also claim lights turn on and off at will, an unseen presence follows them around the second floor, and one time an employee was shoved down the stairs by cold hands.

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2224 Exchange Ave
Oklahoma City, OK
United States

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35.45248600000001, -97.55402199999997
Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
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Del City, OK (6.4 mi.)
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