Haunted Norman, Oklahoma

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More than just a college town, Norman owes its persistent population of ghosts to a past rich in legend and steeped in murder. The infamous gangster Lew Murray still lingers in Brendle Corner, searching for his long-buried treasure. Patients who perished in a deadly fire at Griffin Memorial Hospital still roam the vacant wards, while the White Lady eternally descends the east stairs at the Sooner Theater, one of the oldest stages in the state. Author Jeff Provine undertakes a chilling journey through some of Norman's spookiest haunted sites.
ISBN: 9781626195639
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Oklahoma
Series: Haunted America
Images: 65
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Jeff Provine is a farm kid turned college professor. After growing up on a farm dating back to the Land Run of 1893, he attended the School of Science and Math before going on to complete his master's at the University of Oklahoma. In 2009 he began the OU Ghost Tour. He writes webcomics, blogs regularly, campaigns for the integration of internet media into the classroom and has developed courses on the history of comic books and the life of Charlie Chaplin.
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