In the season finale of Tales Unveiled, Sam and Geoff interview Tanya McCoy for ghost stories about various small towns in Oklahoma. Then Geoff and Sam confront George Grayson in a final showdown.
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Sam and Geoff travel to Sulphur, Oklahoma where they meet Linda and Emily to talk about Flower Bluff Manor as well as other tales of the town. During a tour of the bed and breakfast, Sam captured an EVP from one of the residents.
Inspired by his fortune, Geoff invites Sam to visit with Michael Gonzales at the 45th Infantry Division Museum. The museum’s curator talks about his first encounter and the findings of paranormal investigators who have visited.
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.
Sam and Geoff travel to Fort Washita for ghost stories in this two-part special of Tales Unveiled.
The Professor invites Sam for a walk through Sutton Wilderness in Norman to share his research on the area.
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.
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.
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.