There's a restaurant in Oklahoma that's as well known for its incredible home cooking as its female ghost who haunts the premises. If you're looking for tasty eats and scary ghost stories, this is the place for you.
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Kendall's Restaurant in Noble, OK. is home to the chicken fried steak challenge. It's one of the state's craziest and largest food challenges you can take on. Plenty have tried, but only a few have succeeded.
The chicken fried steak challenge includes 3 original Kendall's chicken fried steaks, a double order of mashed potatoes and green beans, a biscuit, salad, and 2 cinnamon rolls. You have just one hour to eat it all.
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The menu at Kendall's Restaurant in Noble, OK. has everything from burgers, chicken dinners, and roast beef to chicken fried steak, catfish, burritos, and more. People come for the amazing food and for the frights.
Kendall's Restaurant is rumored to be haunted by a female ghost known as the woman in black, she's named Margret. She's seen most often in the back of the restaurant in the back dining area near the kid's corner.
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Margret or the woman in black allegedly died on the property many, many years ago. Her restless spirit now haunts Kendall's Restaurant. Her ghost has been seen several times and she's known to be mischievous.
People have not only reported seeing the ghost of Margret but also feeling her presence. From cold touches to seeing doors open and close by themselves. She's even been known to knock plates out of people's hands.
KENDALL'S RESTAURANT IS LOCATED AT 100 SOUTH 3RD STREET IN NOBLE, OK.
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