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.
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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.
With a full schedule, Sam and Geoff arrive in Bartlesville for various ghost stories about the town and visit a mysterious attraction in this episode of Tales Unveiled.
The award-winning documentary short visits a diverse cast of women and professions in Oklahoma about what they love about their job and advice for those pursuing a career in the sciences.
Enjoy the live performance of Wood Willow outside OSO Paseo for Art Moves.
A recorded live concert of Susan Herndon & The Bella Counsel at Empire Slice House.
Live concert video with Chase and Emily McCumber outside Picasso Cafe.
With all of the various St. Patrick’s Day events canceled, on a spur-of-the-moment, I put together this live show in my living room featuring music from John McGaha and the Stir-Crazy Sisters.
Sam and Geoff travel south to Lexington where they meet Glen McDonald, the owner of Anomalist Books. Glen shares stories about what people have encountered in his building as well as stories of bigfoot throughout Oklahoma. When Sam returns home, he makes a startling discovery.
Unbeknownst to Sam, Geoff has been researching other hauntings in Enid. The professor meets with Sam at the studio where he shares the stories he learned about a spirit that’s still trying to fix an elevator, an explosion sound that haunts a school, a boy trying to keep people away from a lake, and more.
With Sam recovering from the flu, Geoff took the University of Oklahoma Ghost Tour and recalled the ghost stories to Sam.
Sam and Geoff are invited by Visit Enid to learn about the town’s Tombstone Tales and connection to the death of John Wilkes Booth.