Leonardo's Discovery Warehouse

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Staff at the children’s museum, housed in a historic warehouse, have reportedly received phone calls from within the building after the place has closed down for the night. Upon investigation, the museum is empty.

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200 East Maple Avenue
Enid, OK
United States

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36.39941, -97.87643700000001
Garfield County, Oklahoma
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Enid, OK (0.3 mi.)
North Enid, OK (2.5 mi.)
Waukomis, OK (8.3 mi.)
Breckinridge, OK (8.5 mi.)
Carrier, OK (9.7 mi.)
Fairmont, OK (10.0 mi.)
Kremlin, OK (10.5 mi.)
Drummond, OK (11.2 mi.)
Lahoma, OK (11.9 mi.)
Hillsdale, OK (13.0 mi.)


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  1. i used to volunteer and going to the 3 floor by myself was the worst mistake of my life i heard laughing from a little kid then i said who’s there and then a old baby doll fell of the wall. so i got what i needed and got out as fast as i could. i have never told anyone

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