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The annual Haunted Castle Halloween Festival, held at the Castle of Muskogee, features a wide variety of spine-tingling Halloween events and zany characters, such as this spooky fellow.
Have a hauntingly good time visiting area sites to hear of ghostly tales, unusual experiences and eerie events on the Haunted History Trolley Tours in Muskogee.
Cain's Ballroom, a famous and historic music venure located in the heart of downtown Tulsa, is reportedly haunted by the ghost of Bob Wills and a mysterious "lady in red" that makes her presence known to patrons.
Visitors to The George M. Murrell Home in Park Hill have recounted experiences with a ghostly woman who appears in the home's attic window and the spirit of a little girl who appears on the stairs.
Take a seat in the Poncan Theatre's upper balcony and try to catch a glimpse of the mysterious woman in white, the ghost of a woman that reportedly suffered an unfortunate death while in the theater.
Visit Nightmare in the Country, northwest Oklahoma's premier haunted house attraction, and take a terrifying trip through a haunted barn, a cemetery and the "Miser's Mine of Misery."
The eerie sound of children playing when no one is there has been reported at Claremore's Belvidere Mansion.
The Stone Lion Inn of Guthrie has been investigated by numerous paranormal teams due to creepy, unexplained incidents that happen within its walls.
Take a Tulsa Spirit Tour and visit Tulsa's most haunted landmarks with the help of the Paranormal Investigation Team of Tulsa.
The Psycho Path Haunted Attraction in Sperry features over 40 acres of wooded terror each Halloween season.
Attend the Murrell Home Ghost Stories event in Park Hill during the Halloween season and enjoy recountings of mysterious events regarding the historic Murrell Home and northeastern Oklahoma.
Claremore's Belvidere Mansion is said to be haunted by Mr. Bayless, the man who built the mansion but died before its completion.
The Poncan Theatre in Ponca City is a historical movie palace from the 1920s that is home to a variety of community events.
Veterans Lake, located within the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur, is said to be haunted by a spirit that can sometimes be seen gliding across the surface of the lake's still water.
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