This Oklahoma Museum is One of the Most Haunted and Paranormal Places in the State
The Sooner State certainly has more than its fair share of haunted places and ghost stories. One of the most active paranormal hotspots is a museum located in N.W. Oklahoma where the ghosts of the past are present.
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That's right, a haunted museum. I mean why not? We already have haunted schools, houses, forests, stores, hospitals, restaurants, and theaters. We even have a haunted parking lot and there's even a haunted museum.
Watch paranormal investigators on-site at the Cherokee Strip Museum in Alva, OK.
So exactly where is this allegedly paranormally active and haunted museum? You'll find it in a small N.W. Oklahoma town. It's called the Cherokee Strip Museum and it's located at 901 14th Street in Alva, OK.
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The museum was originally built back in the early 1930s and severed as a hospital for many years. It was later repurposed and is currently being used as a museum. This building has a very long and storied past.
A glimpse inside the Cherokee Strip Museum in Alva, Oklahoma
The Cherokee Strip Museum has all kinds of amazing exhibits, displays, and historical artifacts for visitors to see and learn about. From Native American pieces to WWII items. Alva was once home to a Nazi POW camp.
CAMP ALVA WAS A NAZI POW CAMP DURING WWII FROM 1943 UNTIL 1945
Adding to an already amazing and incredible Native American history this part of Oklahoma and the town of Alva was used as a POW camp for some of the worst Nazi war criminals throughout WWII from 1943 to 1945.
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With so much history, good and bad it's no wonder the place is a paranormal hotspot. Ghost hunters, investigators, museum staff, and visitors have all reported ghostly activity and strange phenomena.
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There are reports of seeing actual ghosts, shadow figures, and orbs. People have said they've seen objects move on their own and lights turning on and off by themselves. Some have experienced the touch of disembodied hands and heard voices, screaming, and all kinds of other creepy noises. It runs the full gamut.
The Cherokee Strip Museum is located at 901 14th Street in Alva, Oklahoma
If you think you're brave enough and would like to make a visit check out the official Cherokee Strip Museum website for all the details and hours of operation. You can also check them out on Facebook, click here.
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If you're into the paranormal and supernatural Oklahoma has a ton of haunted places, urban legends, mythical monsters, and frightening folklore. It seems that just about everywhere you go in the Sooner State you'll find ghosts and terrifying tales. Click here for even more Oklahoma hauntings and scary stories!