If you haven't heard the news yet Oklahoma is facing a giant Asain Jumping Worm invasion! That's right, jumping worms have started to take over the Sooner State and are wreaking havoc on gardens, forests, and just about every other place you can think of.
As hot as it's been lately Oklahomans are looking for ways to cool off this Summer including hitting the lakes, ponds, and rivers for a quick dip, but is it safe? The dangers a lot of people are concerned with are invisible to the naked eye and you won't know if it's attacked you until it's too late. The dreaded brain-eating amoeba!
This Oklahoma haunting is much more than just a ghost story. This place is rumored to be a gateway to hell and home to several demons and other evil spirits who have been conjured by Satanists and witches throughout the years. This horrific legend is the stuff of pure nightmares!
Doctors and health experts across the state are warning Oklahomans about the recent increase in Lonestar Tick populations and activity. This Summer you'll want to protect yourself, your family, and your pets from these dangerous pests. If bitten you could have a severe, possibly life-threatening reaction that could have long-term health effects.
Have you ever heard of Spooklight Road? It's one of the Sooner State's strangest stories and has remained an unsolved mystery for centuries. So what is this unexplained and weird spectacle that has become a part of Oklahoma folklore?