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The Sooner State certainly isn't lacking when it comes to scary ghost stories and haunted locations. However, there are places in Oklahoma that stand out as truly terrifying and this is definitely one of them.

Jesse Creek Cemetery in Bartlesville, OK. is considered to be the most haunted cemetery in the state, maybe even one of the most haunted places in Oklahoma period. It has a long and frightening history.

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The Jesse Creek Cemetery has graves that date back to the late 1800s and tombstones that are so weathered and old they're nearly unreadable. Visitors and paranormal investigators alike report activity.


It's become a very popular place for ghost hunters throughout the years and the reports of its haunting have spread throughout the state and even across the Nation. People from all over are intrigued by the haunting.

Jesse Creek Cemetery is located off Circle Mountain Road in Bartlesville, OK.

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Some of the experiences that have been reported include seeing full-body apparitions, shadow figures, and floating orbs. A lot of people have felt rapid temperature changes and even the touch of unseen hands.


There are all kinds of unexplained noises, voices, and even screams, cries, and growls reported by those who have explored the Jesse Creek Cemetery. This place runs the full gamut when it comes to the paranormal.

Take a nighttime virtual tour of the most haunted cemetery in Oklahoma

I've never had the opportunity to visit Jesse Creek Cemetery but hope to make the trip to Bartlesville, OK. someday soon. Between the haunting and all the history, it sounds like a very unique and fascinating place.


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