This real Oklahoma campsite and the gruesome murders that took place there helped inspire the 'Friday The 13th' movie franchise. However, unlike Jason Voorhees, this killer was very real and preyed upon innocent children. The infamous and horrific 1977 Oklahoma Girl Scout murders at Camp Scott in Locust Grove, OK.
Have you ever heard of the Stikini? If you've lived in Oklahoma a while you've probably heard a story or two about these terrifying supernatural creatures. Without a doubt they're one of Sooner State's scariest legends, so what are they and where did they come from?
It's back! The 26th annual Oklahoma Renaissance Festival at the Castle of Muskogee is officially open. If you've never been, you're missing out. It will be open every weekend until Sunday, June 5th 2022 (06-05-22) so make plans now to visit this incredible festival.
It's like something out of a B-Horror film, those old creature features from the late seventies and eighties. However, this is not a movie, it's real-life and you could come face to face with a nightmarish prehistoric beast lurking just below the surface of Oklahoma lakes.
It's a battle for the ages and one that we can win if we all band together! So why is Oklahoma being invaded by this scary, alien-looking insect? You've probably seen them in the yard, flowerbeds, and even in your home.
The Sooner State was well represented by an incredible singing, rapping, and dancing K-Pop MEGA-STAR and has won the first-ever American Song Contest on NBC. Oklahoma's own AleXa from Tulsa, OK. has won the contest!
The owner of Rich Strike, Richard Dawson, is from Edmond, Oklahoma. He bought the horse late last year in September of 2021 for $30,000.00. It was Mr. Dawson's first time owning a racehorse and his first time at the Kentucky Derby, how cool is that?