Haunted Oklahoma City
Read about the ghost of a cheating mobster who rattles glasses at Gabriella’s off Route 66, or another one who trips guests at the Governor’s Mansions. Haunted Oklahoma City, by Jeff Provine and Tanya McCoy is filled with the creepy tales of the Sooner State capital.
Haunted Oklahoma City by Jeff Provine and Tanya McCoy brings the haunted history of the Frontier Country to your reading time. Oklahoma City boasts a rich heritage of gumption and perseverance, but there are many tales only whispered from the shadows. A spectral woman may be seen in the upper window of the Overholser Mansion, looking for her long-lost love. The spirit of one of Oklahoma’s feistiest leaders is said to dwell in the Governor’s Mansion, where he trips guests on the stairs.
Or read about the ghost of a cheating mobster who rattles glasses at Gabriella’s off Route 66. This book is filled with the creepy tales of the Sooner State capital. This book offers plenty of black and white photographs along with the stories. Provine’s introduction is an interesting chapter in how he arrived in Oklahoma City and definitely adds interest to an already interesting book. Provine founded the OU Ghost Tour, a charity walking tour that details the spooky stories of the University of Oklahoma camps and the Norman Downtown Ghost Tour. He also authored Campus Ghosts of Norman, Haunted Norman and Haunted Guthrie – all available in our gift shop and online shop.
McCoy formed her own paranormal team in 2012, after being involved with other teams since 2009. She joined forces with Investigating Oklahoma’s Paranormal (IOKP) founder Dee Park to form the Oklahoma Paranormal Association (OPA).
Softcover, published 2016 in the Haunted America series, 143 pages.