What does it take to be haunted, I wonder? A tragic accident? If so, I've never heard of the haunted Renaissance Hotel and Convention center. This Marriott structure stands at 10 North Broadway in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, just south of the more famously haunted Skirvin Hotel. A century ago--before "Urban Renewal" eviscerated the City--this site was occupied by a slender office tower known as the Campbell building. In early July, 1909, a 32 year old African-American window washer by the name of Charles Ford was decapitated by a descending elevator as he leaned in to clean windows that overlooked the shaft on the third floor. I wonder, if I poked my nose into it, would I find out some strange stories. Probably. Everybody seems to have them. I wonder then, would I find some that match eerily the description of Charles Ford?