Shortgrass Playhouse - Hobart Fire Department

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The apparition of a burnt man, believed to a fire-fighter who died in action, has been reported in the building. Various other strange phenomena has been reported here as well.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

103 East Third Street
Hobart, OK
United States

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35.02582720000001, -99.0931253
Kiowa County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Hobart, OK (0.3 mi.)
Lone Wolf, OK (9.2 mi.)
Rocky, OK (9.3 mi.)
Sentinel, OK (10.2 mi.)
Gotebo, OK (12.9 mi.)
Roosevelt, OK (12.9 mi.)
Cooperton, OK (16.9 mi.)
Granite, OK (16.9 mi.)
Dill City, OK (17.5 mi.)
Cordell, OK (19.2 mi.)


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  1. The head start in hobart has their end of the year program in this building every year. i went to see my mom while they were setting up. When i got there i went through a wrong door and when i turned around something pushed me out of the door way. you just feel like something is watching you. In the room where “Charlie” is ive heard voices and the lights have flickered

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