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Unusual Oklahoma Articles

Gift ideas for the stumped, last-minute shopper
Dino Lalli suggests some Oklahoma-themed gift ideas for last minute shoppers who want something unusual. Read More
SYLVIA BROWNE: A FADED PSYCHIC STAR
The week of her death, Sylvia Browne’s Web site (sylvia.com) stated: “Sylvia Browne is a world renowned spiritual teacher, psychic, author, lecturer and researcher in the field of parapsychology. Read More
How Fourth-Grade Students Made Better Predictions than Sylvia Browne
On December 29, 2004, when my niece Briana Harroz was a 4th grader at the Heritage Hall elementary school in Oklahoma City, Sylvia Browne made her annual predictions for the year 2005. Read More
Discover Oklahoma: Hometown diners offer break from holiday feast
Thanksgiving is almost upon us. Like many people, I feast on leftovers a few days after Thanksgiving. But in the past several years, by Saturday I've been ready for something with which to cleanse my palette from the turkey and dressing, ham and green bean casserole. That brings me to this article's subject:... Read More
Bald eagles drawn to Oklahoma's largest lakes
State locations celebrate the arrival of the bald eagle with tours, sightseeing. Read More
12 of Oklahoma's beautifully creepy abandoned places, part 2
Of all of the blog posts I’ve written, the original “12 of Oklahoma’s beautifully creepy abandoned places” is one of my favorites. Thanks to the people at Abandoned Oklahoma, we’re able to get a unique look at some of the most interesting, albeit sometimes depressing, places in Oklahoma. Read More
Discover Oklahoma: Historic haunts around the state
Aunt Jane at Fort Washita and a mysterious lady in red seen in Cain's Ballroom are among the ghosts that haunt Oklahoma's historic sites. Read More
Discover Oklahoma: Walking through Hall of Western Performers is 'like seeing old friends'
Hall of Western Performers at National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City showcases the “quintessential cowboy” of people's imaginations. Read More
Toy & Action Figure Museum in Oklahoma to celebrate eighth anniversary
Oklahoma's Toy & Action Figure Museum will celebrate its eighth anniversary Saturday in Pauls Valley. Read More
Oklahoma Historical Society researcher to release books about Oklahoma's banking history
Readers will get a look at Oklahoma's banking history in Oklahoma Historical Society researcher Michael Hightower's first book, “Banking in Oklahoma before Statehood.” Read More