If you're looking for suggestions on some horror movies to watch between now and Halloween we have a top 5 list for you. Why not hit play on some home-grown horror movies that were filmed right here in Oklahoma?
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That's right all the movies listed below were filmed in Oklahoma. Well, all but one. But the movie plot takes place in the Sooner State so it kind of qualifies. Most people think the movie was filmed here, but it wasn't.
Watch some homegrown filmed in Oklahoma horror movies this Halloween
We only have a few more weeks before Halloween to hit play on all our favorite must-watch horror and monster movies. Every year my list grows longer and longer. Time is running out so I've got to get busy.
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There are a lot of movies that I have to see during the Halloween season, and it is a season by the way. With all the classics and good horror movies, I have a list of B-Horror stinkers I enjoy watching every year as well.
Fan of b-horror? You're going to love these movies that were filmed in Oklahoma
Now understand most of the movies listed below are B-Horror films and most are from the 1980s during the golden age of slasher films. So there are a lot of Friday the 13th rip-offs and horrible soundtracks to go along with the bad acting. But who doesn't enjoy watching a bad movie every once in a while? The worse, the better.
5 homegrown horror movies filmed in Oklahoma
If you're looking for suggestions on some horror movies to watch between now and Halloween we have a top 5 list for you. Why not hit play on some home-grown horror movies that were filmed right here in Oklahoma? So grab some snacks, pop some popcorn, turn off the lights, and hit play on any of the movies listed below to enjoy some really good, bad home-grown horror movies that were filmed right here in the Sooner State.
When it comes to ghost tales and hauntings Lawton, Fort Sill has more than a few scary stories to tell. The most active hauntings and paranormal/supernatural occurrences that have been reported seem to be centered around downtown Lawton. If you've lived here a while I'm sure you've heard a few of these terrifying tales yourself. If not check out the photo gallery below of the dreadful downtown hauntings of Lawton, OK.
Gallery Credit: Don "Critter" Brown
Top 10 terrifying Oklahoma scream parks & haunted attractions
From truly terrifying to kid-friendly and everything in between. Oklahoma has some of the biggest, best, and scariest haunted attractions and scream parks in the country. If you're looking for some fall family fun check out these amazing attractions for a frighteningly good time! If haunted houses aren't your thing you could always hit the pumpkin patches & corn mazes by clicking here. In alphabetical order here are your top 10 most terrifying Oklahoma scream parks and haunted attractions you'll want to check out this Halloween.
The Top 5 most frightening Oklahoma myths & monsters
These five frightening Oklahoma myths and monsters will keep you up at night. We're talking about pure nightmare fuel. No matter what you believe or where you live you aren't safe from these legendary fiends of absolute terror. You can find these sinister creatures in the deep woods, lakes, and even within city limits across the Sooner State. Even your home isn't safe from these monstrous beasts. If you've lived here for a while you may have heard of some, maybe even all of these mythological and supernatural monsters below.
Top 10 terrifying towns & creepy cities in Oklahoma
While Oklahoma is well known for its beauty and friendly people there are a few places in the Sooner State you'll want to avoid. These are the most terrifying towns and scary cities in the state. It's not that they're bad places, or plagued with crime and other negative factors. The towns and cities below have one single thing in common. They all have active paranormal and supernatural phenomenons. From ghost stories to urban legends and tragic tales. A lot of these places are well known to those who live in Oklahoma and even all over the nation. If you're looking to get scared or do a little ghost hunting you can start with the list below.
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The top 10 Oklahoma pumpkin patches & corn mazes
If you're looking for a place to go for a little fall family fun you're in luck! Oklahoma is home to some of the biggest and best pumpkin patches and corn mazes in the U.S. People from all over travel to the Sooner State every fall to visit these incredible farms. Not only do they offer pumpkin patches along with corn and hay mazes, they also have all kinds of other activities like petting zoos, rides, arts & crafts, food, games, haunted attractions, and a whole lot more. So no matter what your idea of fall fun is, you can find it all in one place!
7 Oklahoma "Must Experience" Drive-In Movie Theaters
If it's been a while since you've been to the drive-in movie theater or if you've never had the chance to go before, now's the time. Oklahoma has several drive-in theaters all across the Sooner State. Chances are you're close to one or close enough no matter where you're at. We have drive-in theaters in OKC, Chickasha, Tulsa, Guthrie, Poteau, Springer, and Shattuck. And that's just to name a few places where you can find them. So if you're looking for a nostalgic good time and an epic evening head to any of these amazing drive-ins.
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.
Lake Altus-Lugert and SWOK's Underwater Ghost Town
Like most rare things, conditions have to be just right to see one of Oklahoma's hidden gems. In years of good and average rainfall, the lost town of Lugert stays buried beneath the waves... but in dry years, especially those stricken by drought, you can walk around this pre-statehood townsite while enjoying one of Oklahoma's prettiest areas, Quartz Mountain State Park.