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Haunted Oklahoma City

Author : Jeff Provine and Tanya McCoy
ISBN : 9781467136815
Genre : History
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Oklahoma City boasts a rich heritage of gumption and perseverance, but there are many tales only whispered from shadows. A spectral woman may be seen in the upper window of the Overholser Mansion, looking for her long-lost love. The spirit of one of Oklahoma's feistiest leaders is said to dwell in the Governor's Mansion, where he trips guests on the stairs. Perhaps still thirsty for the drink a fatal gunshot interrupted, the ghost of a cheating mobster rattles the glasses at Gabriella's off Route 66. Jeff Provine and Tanya McCoy uncover the curious and creepy tales of the Sooner State capital.
Category: History

Haunted Oklahoma City

Author : Jeff Provine
ISBN : 9781439657621
Genre : Social Science
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Oklahoma City boasts a rich heritage of gumption and perseverance, but there are many tales only whispered from shadows. A spectral woman may be seen in the upper window of the Overholser Mansion, looking for her long-lost love. The spirit of one of Oklahoma's feistiest leaders is said to dwell in the Governor's Mansion, where he trips guests on the stairs. Perhaps still thirsty for the drink a fatal gunshot interrupted, the ghost of a cheating mobster rattles the glasses at Gabriella's off Route 66. Jeff Provine and Tanya McCoy uncover the curious and creepy tales of the Sooner State capital.
Category: Social Science

Haunted Guthrie Oklahoma

Author : Tanya McCoy
ISBN : 9781625855862
Genre : History
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A Victorian district frozen in time, Guthrie was the first territorial and state capital of Oklahoma, and many of its former residents still wander some of its majestic brick buildings. Outlaws and cultists haunt the infamous Black Jail, the state's first territorial prison. Once a bustling neighborhood, the houses of the overgrown Elbow now stand in ruins. Secrets remain at the famous Masonic Temple shrouded in mystery, and a lonely girl wanders the railroad in search of her beau who never returned home from the Great War. Oklahoma Paranormal Association co-founder Tanya McCoy and Oklahoma historian Jeff Provine invite you to explore these and many more spine-chilling accounts from one of America's most haunted cities.
Category: History

Insiders Guide To Oklahoma City

Author : Deborah Bouziden
ISBN : 9780762785513
Genre : Travel
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Insiders' Guide to Oklahoma City is the essential source for in-depth travel and relocation information to Oklahoma's captial city. Written by a local (and true insider), it offers a personal and practical perspective of Oklahoma City and its surrounding environs.
Category: Travel

Haunted Norman Oklahoma

Author : Jeff Provine
ISBN : 9781625850973
Genre : History
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More than just a college town, Norman owes its persistent population of ghosts to a past rich in legend and steeped in murder. The infamous gangster Lew Murray still lingers in Brendle Corner, searching for his long-buried treasure. Patients who perished in a deadly fire at Griffin Memorial Hospital still roam the vacant wards, while the White Lady eternally descends the east stairs at the Sooner Theater, one of the oldest stages in the state. Author Jeff Provine undertakes a chilling journey through some of Norman's spookiest haunted sites.
Category: History

Haunted America

Author : Michael Norman
ISBN : 9781466805149
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Haunted America takes you on a grand tour of ghostly hauntings through the U.S. and Canada, sweeping from terrifying battle-field specters at Little Bighorn to a vaudeville palace in Tampa, from ghostly apparitions in President Garfield's home in Ohio to the White House in Washington, DC. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

A Haunted Soul

Author : Jason Dowd
ISBN : 9780615628738
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The Unfinished Bombing

Author : Edward T. Linenthal
ISBN : 0195347684
Genre : History
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On April 19, 1995 the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City shook the nation, destroying our complacent sense of safety and sending a community into a tailspin of shock, grief, and bewilderment. Almost as difficult as the bombing itself has been the aftermath, its legacy for Oklahoma City and for the nation, and the struggle to recover from this unprecedented attack. In The Unfinished Bombing, Edward T. Linenthal explores the many ways Oklahomans and other Americans have tried to grapple with this catastrophe. Working with exclusive access to materials gathered by the Oklahoma City National Memorial Archive and drawing from over 150 personal interviews with family members of those murdered, survivors, rescuers, and many others. Linenthal looks at how the bombing threatened cherished ideas about American innocence, sparked national debate on how to respond to terrorism at home and abroad, and engendered a new "bereaved community" in Oklahoma City itself. Linenthal examines how different stories about the bombing were told through positive narratives of civic renewal and of religious redemption and more negative narratives of toxicity and trauma. He writes about the extraordinary bonds of affection that were created in the wake of the bombing, acts of kindness, empathy, and compassion that existed alongside the toxic legacy of the event. The Unfinished Bombing offers a compelling look at both the individual and the larger cultural consequences of one of the most searing events in recent American history.
Category: History

Everything Ghost Book

Author : Jason Rich
ISBN : 1580625339
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A collection of the scariest true stories of ghosts, haunted houses and otherunexplained phantoms and spirits. Illustrations.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Haunted Shawnee Oklahoma

Author : Tanya McCoy and Jeff Provine
ISBN : 9781467146869
Genre : History
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Home to numerous tribal reservations that survived the land run that swept around them, Shawnee stands at an intersection of worlds. For travelers of the Wild West, crossing over into Oklahoma Territory meant more than crossing a state line. "Stop for twenty minutes and see a man killed," stagecoach drivers warned visitors to Shawnee's treacherous saloons. The oil boom of the 1920s brought a wave of wealth that only encouraged nefarious activity. Shawnee's quiet present may belie its fevered past, but the spirits of former gunslingers, prostitutes and everyday folk still live on. From strange sounds at the old Sacred Heart Mission to specters roaming the halls of the luxurious Aldridge Hotel, Tanya McCoy and Jeff Provine provide an introduction to Shawnee's haunted past.
Category: History

After Moonrise

Author : P.C. Cast
ISBN : 9781460320952
Genre : Fiction
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Join two of the biggest names in paranormal romance on a breathtaking journey to a world where ghosts live on and love never dies… Possessed #1 New York Times Bestselling Author P.C. Cast Being a psychic detective who can channel only negative emotions makes Kent Raef good at catching murderers, but bad at maintaining relationships. Then Lauren Wilcox arrives with a most intriguing case: her twin sister has been murdered and is communing with Lauren's spirit—and sharing her body. Raef's the only one who can track the killer and free the spirit. But soon he begins to wonder just which twin he wants to save…and why. Haunted New York Times Bestselling Author Gena Showalter Artist Aurora Harper is convinced she's witnessed a crime—a murder so brutal she's repressed the memories, only to paint the scene by the light of the moon. Now she needs her new neighbor, Detective Levi Reid, to help her track down the victim—and the killer. Levi's dealing with his own memory issues, but one thing he knows for sure: Harper is meant to be his, and nothing can take her away from him—not in this life…and not in death.
Category: Fiction

Ghost Towns Of Oklahoma

Author : John Wesley Morris
ISBN : 0806114207
Genre : History
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Lists 130 ghost towns in alphabetical order and includes descriptions of each.
Category: History

Tulsa S Haunted Memories

Author : Teri French
ISBN : 9781439640999
Genre : History
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Welcome to a window into the past. Tulsa's Haunted Memories explores the forgotten history and lost folklore of "America's Most Beautiful City." Tulsa's haunting history will captivate the reader with the secrets it holds from its intriguing past. Mystery and mystique follow Tulsa's urban legends and prove that truth can be stranger than fiction. Once known as the oil capital of the world, its streets were not only lined in "Black Gold," but also tales of a time when ruthlessness and lawlessness ruled the city. Discover these places and stories that have left their ghostly impressions on Tulsa.
Category: History

Haunted El Reno

Author : Tanya McCoy and Whitney Wilson
ISBN : 9781467141550
Genre : History
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The red brick walls of downtown El Reno have soaked up their fair share of history and sweated out an equal measure of ghosts. The town's thoroughfares carry the fondly remembered clatter of trolley cars and horse-drawn buggies, so long as travelers don't take a wrong turn around Dead Man's Curve or give a lift to the Hunchback of Route 66. The most venerable building in town is the old county jail, where the frontier town's rowdier souls still chafe in captivity. The resident spirit of the Whistle Stop Saloon is considerably more cheerful, even if she overdoes it a bit with the perfume. From the Centre Theatre to the Fort Reno Cemetery, Tanya McCoy and Whitney Wilson catalogue El Reno's most fascinating haunted lore.
Category: History

Historic Rogers County

Author : Bob Burke
ISBN : 9781935377115
Genre : History
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An illustrated history of Rogers County, Oklanoma, paired with histories of the local companies.
Category: History

Haunted

Author : Gena Showalter
ISBN : 9781488051517
Genre : Fiction
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A classic tale from the queen of paranormal romance, Gena Showalter! Artist Aurora Harper is convinced she’s witnessed a crime—a murder so brutal she’s repressed the memories, only to paint the scene by the light of the moon. Now she needs her new neighbor, Detective Levi Reid, to help her track down the victim—and the killer. Levi’s dealing with his own memory issues, but one thing he knows for sure: Harper is meant to be his, and nothing can take her away from him—not in this life…and not in death. Originally published in 2012
Category: Fiction

The Haunted Inkwell

Author : Mark Patrick Hederman
ISBN : UOM:39015054153880
Genre : Religion
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The future is in our hands. It is a precious gift that we can squander, abuse, exploit or distort at will. There are many imperatives and considerations that should determine the steps forward we take, but prominent among these should be the voice of artists and the educating influence of art. This is not the only factor, but it should be a decisive one. Art can provide accurate and unflinching cardiography of the present with a prognosis of possibilities for the future, which politicians and leaders ignore at their peril. Taking a line from James Joyce as his title, the author shows how art can be our compass in destitute times. He uses the works of Seamus Heaney, James Joyce, Rainer Maria Rilke, Wole Soyinka, and Iris Murdoch to illustrate how this can be done.
Category: Religion

Thick As Thieves

Author : Janis Reams Hudson
ISBN : 9781626814950
Genre : Fiction
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"Every once in a while an author arrives with the rare talent to combine reality with romance. This is Janis Reams Hudson."—RT BOOK REVIEWS Undercover agent Harper Montgomery came home to bury his brother, Mike, but he couldn’t leave until he found out why Annie, the love of his life, had not waited for him ten years ago. Why had she married his brother instead? When they see each other again, feelings that both Harper and Annie thought long buried immediately begin to claw their way back to the surface. But is the familiar heat between them real, or is merely remnants of a flame that died long ago? Then Annie’s house is broken into and ransacked. She receives threatening phone calls, and things surrounding Mike’s death aren’t adding up. Together Harper and Annie must solve the mystery of Mike’s death—and the mystery of their own hearts.
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Haunted By Waters

Author : Robert T. Hayashi
ISBN : UOM:39015070769073
Genre : History
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Even though race influenced how Americans envisioned, represented, and shaped the American West, discussions of its history devalue the experiences of racial and ethnic minorities. In this lyrical history of marginalized peoples in Idaho, Robert T. Hayashi views the West from a different perspective by detailing the ways in which they shaped the western landscape and its meaning. As an easterner, researcher, angler, and third-generation Japanese American traveling across the contemporary Idaho landscape—where his grandfather died during internment during World War II—Hayashi reconstructs a landscape that lured emigrants of all races at the same time its ruling forces were developing cultured processes that excluded nonwhites. Throughout each convincing and compelling chapter, he searches for the stories of dispossessed minorities as patiently as he searches for trout. Using a wide range of materials that include memoirs, oral interviews, poetry, legal cases, letters, government documents, and even road signs, Hayashi illustrates how Thomas Jefferson’s vision of an agrarian, all-white, and democratic West affected the Gem State’s Nez Perce, Chinese, Shoshone, Mormon, and particularly Japanese residents. Starting at the site of the Corps of Discovery’s journey into Idaho, he details the ideological, aesthetic, and material manifestations of these intertwined notions of race and place. As he ?y-?shes Idaho’s fabled rivers and visits its historical sites and museums, Hayashi reads the contemporary landscape in light of this evolution.
Category: History

Haunted

Author : Jennifer Blessing
ISBN : STANFORD:36105215524005
Genre : Art
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Edited by Jennifer Blessing, Nat Trotman. Text by Jennifer Blessing, Peggy Phelan, Lisa Saltzman, Nancy Spector, Nat Trotman.
Category: Art