Haunted Guthrie, Oklahoma

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A Victorian district frozen in time, Guthrie was the first territorial and state capital of Oklahoma, and many of its former residents still wander some of its majestic brick buildings. Outlaws and cultists haunt the infamous Black Jail, the state's first territorial prison. Once a bustling neighborhood, the houses of the overgrown Elbow now stand in ruins. Secrets remain at the famous Masonic Temple shrouded in mystery, and a lonely girl wanders the railroad in search of her beau who never returned home from the Great War. Oklahoma Paranormal Association co-founder Tanya McCoy and Oklahoma historian Jeff Provine invite you to explore these and many more spine-chilling accounts from one of America's most haunted cities.
ISBN: 9781467118064
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Oklahoma
Series: Haunted America
Images: 60
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
In 2009, Jeff Provine founded the OU Ghost Tour as a charity walk that was soon offered as a formal tour by the university visitor's center. Jeff has led over three thousand guests across campus to tell its spooky tales. Nicknamed “The Ghost Guy,” he has written two collections on ghost stories in Cleveland County, Campus Ghosts of Norman and Haunted Norman, Oklahoma. He works as a curriculum developer, writes speculative fiction and teaches courses such as the history of comics. www.jeffprovine.com In 2009, Tanya McCoy joined her first paranormal team in the Oklahoma City area. She became co-founder and remained with them until 2011 when she decided to form her own team. In 2012, she joined with I.O.K.P founder Dee Parks to form the Oklahoma Paranormal Association. O.P.A aims to teach new paranormal enthusiasts proper techniques in conducting investigations. Tanya and her team continue to do private investigations for home- and business owners who experience paranormal activity.
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