In this second installment of ghost stories about Fort Washita, Sam and Geoff hear tales about spirits at a bridge, the stickball post, an unsettling experience at a rendezvous event, and the cabin.
Author: Dennis Spielman
Sam and Geoff travel to Fort Washita for ghost stories in this two-part special of Tales Unveiled.
Artful Inlets brings attention to stormwater infrastructure.
In today’s Monday Music Discovery, enjoy new music from Dillon Chase, Schat & the Skeleton Trees, XYZ E1EVENN, and Salem Blue.
The Professor invites Sam for a walk through Sutton Wilderness in Norman to share his research on the area.
Re: Earth Refill Shop is Oklahoma’s first dedicated refillery with a mission to instill in people the beginnings of a waste less lifestyle.
The dreamy punk band, stepmom, takes a moment to talk about their self-titled debut album in this creator conversation.
Keeping closer to home, Sam and Geoff visit the Stockyard City district, a part of Oklahoma City they don’t normally visit. Cindy Scarberry from the Rodeo Opry Foundation was kind enough to host the interview session and brought Stefani and Greg to share tales of the unexplained in the district.
Conceived from a light-hearted joke about opening a snowcone stand to have more family time, Pink Elephant grew to include coffee, scratch-made pastries, and daily lunch specials.
In this episode of Tales Unveiled, Sam and Geoff traveled to Hinton for an interview with Art Peters at the Hinton Historical Museum about stories along the wagon trails.
In light of the State Fair not happening this year, I visited Eddie, Big O’s Pork and Dream, and Contrabandz Ice Cream Lab for fair-inspired food.
After getting a fortune from one of those old Zoltar machines, Sam and Geoff visit with Garrett Hartness at the Constantine Theater interview for the history of Pawhuska and stories about the theater.