Halloween may be over, but if you're a fan of the paranormal anytime is a good time for hauntings and ghost stories. This fall/winter why not plan a trip to visit the historic and allegedly haunted 'Tulsa Cave House' for some ghost-hunting fun? If you've never heard of it before, it's one of the most unusual homes in Oklahoma.


Close to downtown Tulsa, you can't miss it, it's the only house that looks like a cave. It's also known as the Flintstone house for obvious reasons. Built back in the 1920s this place has tons of history and hauntings.

The Tulsa Cave House is said to be haunted by its former owners

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Facebook.com- Tulsa Cave House

The Tulsa Cave House is located at 1623 West Charles Page Blvd. and just a few short blocks west of downtown. It was originally built as a restaurant. Or at least by day, at night it was a bar or speakeasy.


The Tulsa Cave House is certainly one of the most unusual homes inside and out and is considered a historical landmark. The new owner is preserving its history and even offers guided tours by appointment.

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Today the Tulsa Cave House serves as a museum of sorts dedicated to the history of not only the Cave House itself but downtown Tulsa as well. You're welcome to schedule a visit to take a peek inside and out.


The Tulsa Cave House is allegedly haunted by the spirits of its former owners along with several other ghosts. However, most say the ghosts aren't scary or threatening according to those who have encountered them. If anything the ghosts are friendly and mischievous but enjoy messing with guests visiting the home.

The famous key tree at the Tulsa Cave House is just one of the unusual sights you'll see

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Facebook.com- Tulsa Cave House

One ghost in particular called the 'Key Lady' haunts the Tulsa Cave House and loves taking people's keys. She then hides them or places them near a hill on the property. You'll see hundreds, thousands of keys inside and out of the Cave House. Throughout the years visitors and guests have donated countless keys to the Key Lady ghost knowing that for whatever reason it makes her happy. Plus by giving her keys she might not take the ones you actually need and use. The Key Lady is just one of the many ghosts at Tulsa's Cave House.


If you're interested in taking a guided tour you can visit the official Tulsa Cave House website or check out the Facebook page for details. I'm looking forward to making a visit and spending some time in Tulsa and the surrounding area. It would make for a great staycation, or weekend getaway the entire family would enjoy.

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