Even though the hoard of annual April 1st "Buc-ee's is coming to Oklahoma" has come and gone as expected, the fake announcements are still flowing around social media as if they were written in stone.

In my own memory, there have been Buc-ee's planned to be built in El Reno, Yukon, Moore, Norman, Tulsa, Arcadia (which made everyone laugh), and now Broken Arrow. While Buc-ee's is barely skirting around the Sooner State, they haven't opted to cross that Red River just yet-- it's only a matter of time before they do.

Well, probably... after all, Amarillo got a Buc-ee's. Which is super weird considering how small Cowtown is, especially with a majority of trucker traffic - the logic doesn't mesh well with Buc-ee's anti-trucker business practice.

The famous beaver brand does seem to remain a topic of conversation across the state, and there is no shortage of opinions on where Buc-ee's should build their first Oklahoma location.

Some locations make a lot of sense, others are just hopeful wishes. Either/or, it's fun to imagine the possibilities for what is eventually to come.

Where Should Buc-ee's Build Their First Oklahoma Location?

With Buc-ee's being back on the expansion bandwagon, Oklahomans are feeling like we're due for our first location... but where should the beaver conglomerate start in the Sooner State?

After compiling information from social media, here's a quick rundown on the locations Okies think would be a perfect fit for 24/7 hot brisket on the board.

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Oklahoma's Prettiest Small Towns

Since the late '90s, there has been a trend across the Sooner State to restore aging downtown areas and preserve the history of every town. Nearly thirty years later, efforts are being recognized in the form of tourism. Whether it's a day trip or something a little longer, here are the prettiest small towns in Oklahoma worth having a meal in and snapping some cool pics.

Gallery Credit: Kelso

Oklahoma's Infamous Haunted Grisso Mansion

While you've heard spooky tales of Oklahoma's haunted places, this Seminole, OK home might be THE most haunted place in the Sooner State.

Sporting four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a ballroom, and 11,000 square feet of living space, you too could have your own up-close experience with the woman and child ghosts that are rumored to still be wandering the villa today.

Gallery Credit: Kelso

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