Dear Enid, about the Enid Eagle's article as to the reason why Broadway Tower was evacuated:
Moisture was the first cause that came to speculative officials as to why the facade cracked, and it's only a facade. But we also know that moisture, freezing and thawing, is what causes potholes every year. Question: Why hasn't the Broadway Tower's brick facade cracked EVERY year, hm? I mean seriously--Enid's been hit by ice storms before, repeatedly. There was even a monster storm bigger than the last one that hit in January some years back, and did the Tower's brick facade crack then?
It hasn't, you know. And because I know many of you are superstitious, I'll propose this possible (?) answer: the ghost of Rex Faulkner has returned as a vengeful poltergiest. XD