Fright-Seeing in Oklahoma
In a recent survey, 36 percent of Americans said they believe in ghosts. So it's no surprise people use vacation time to seek out the dead. Every day in Oklahoma, ghost tours provide tourists the opportunity to brush shoulders with spirits, or at the least, hear a few ghostly tales.
Some tourists stop in for these tours on a whim, and other enthusiasts design entire trips around visiting a string of haunted places. Once a month at Ft. Reno, local paranormal investigators take visitors on a night time tour across the old post in hopes of seeing a spirit. Tulsa’s Cains ballroom is embracing its connection to the ghost of Bob Wills, and Kendall’s in Noble is spicing up the menu with tales of “The Dark Lady” who roams the restaurant at night.
Join OETA’s documentary series Stateline as we search the state’s most haunted attractions and go “Fright-seeing in Oklahoma.”
Viewing archived files from 2014.
Original Broadcast Date: 1/29/2014
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