This 100-plus-year-old restaurant in Oklahoma is well-known for not only its amazing food but for being one of the most haunted places in the entire Sooner State! There have been numerous ghost sightings and scary stories told by those who have encountered wandering spirits while visiting the restaurant.
This unusual forest in S.W. Oklahoma is one of the most haunted and terrifying places in the Sooner State. The creepy tales of this place are legendary and the stories just keep getting scarier and scarier. BEWARE, hike the trails of this frightening forest at your own risk!
Rumored to be haunted by the souls of children and other spirits who were tragically killed in a fire that burned down most of the mission and surrounding property back in the early 1900s. It's one of the Sooner State's most legendary hauntings and tragic tales.
It's one of Oklahoma's more sinister urban legends and ghost stories. This one has everything from ghosts and curses to demonic forces and witchcraft. A terrifying tale and warning to those who disturb this grave!
This has to be one of the strangest and scariest inscriptions found on any tombstone in any graveyard..."Murdered by Human Wolves." That's right, this century-old grave marker details the death of a woman who was allegedly killed by werewolves!
While Oklahoma may not have a Buc-ee's we do have Gasquatch! Have you ever heard of this massive gas station, car museum, gift shop, eatery, and world-famous tourist stop in Idabel, OK? It has to be the Sooner State's biggest and best roadside attraction. It's one of the largest and most unique stops in the state.
It's one of the oldest and most popular urban legends and ghost stories ever told, the dreaded tale of 'Cry Baby Bridge.' This Oklahoma haunting involves the ghosts of a mother and child who were tragically killed on the bridge and whose spirits have never rested.
Oklahoma has more than its fair share of scary ghost stories, tall tales, and urban legends, but one mythical creature has been terrifying people for well over 200 years, the dreaded Oklahoma Octopus said to be lurking in the deep of Oklahoma lakes.