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original had been built in 1928.
There's no telling what the rest of the history of this property is, but I'm curious to know if anyone else has had similar experiences in this house. I will say we never experienced any weird touches, power surges, slamming doors or cabinets, or physical movement. They were just the presence and watching. However, never in my life have I seen something that wasn't there so clearly.
Submitted by Kaylee
Categories: basement, saloon, eyes, bathroom, spirits
Hey everyone! Keep writing your experiences (and especially where they specifically were in Norman.) I think it's without a doubt that with all of Norman's fascinating history and energy and appeal, there are definitely lingering spirits. When I looked at houses near campus about two years ago I could definitely feel heaviness and presences in some of the older houses. Once even my mom sensed it in a room I was in while I was face-timing her since she was back home in Texas. It was funny because I felt weird in there too but hadn't even told her that. Luckily I ended up in a house that I feel completely safe at. It's actually possible that an older woman may have passed there, but I don't feel at harm or heavy there at all like those older / closer to campus houses.
Anyway, I've had ghostly experiences before but not in Norman quite yet. (I'm surprised with how often I'm on campus late at night all alone. Knock on wood though.) I definitely sense it. I once thought I heard a huge thing of laughter that sounded like witches late at night in the north Oval, but I don't know if that could be paranormal or just kids messing around. I also once saw these golden figures flying above the Bizzell Library one night, but that possibly could be birds with light reflecting off of them in a weird way.
However, I would highly recommend checking out Jeff Provine's ghost tours if you're interested in this stuff though. I've been on his campus tour downtown, Norman tour and OKC tour and enjoyed each one. I highly felt the presences on Main Street and the area. If anything, the stories and history lessons are very interesting and make you appreciate Norman even more. He also has books on them, so look him up. Also if you're into (safe) ghostly fun, I highly recommend checking out or staying at the Stanley Hotel in Colorado. I just spent spring break in Estes Park and went on a night tour and definitely experienced some things but didn't feel in harms way at all. It was more interesting than frightening.
Submitted by Sooner
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