You have landed on the list of Oklahoma ghost tours, a subset of the Funtober ghost tour directory.This directory includes ghost walks, ghost hunts, trolley tours, cemetary tours, and haunted house tours that will be of interest to history buffs, ghost hunters and/or thrill seekers.
Here are the Oklahoma ghost tours that I have found:
Bartlesville Ghost Walk - Bartlesville, OK
An award-winning downtown Ghost Walk that haunts the historic streets of Bartlesville annually on two nights in late October. Presented by local non-profit Mainstreet Bartlesville, Inc. and all proceeds benefit the continued revitalization of downtown. Tickets are $10 and tours leave every 15 minutes. The Ghost Walk is recommended for patrons 12 years and older.
Edmond Historic Ghost Tours - Edmond, OK
Tour guides dress in late 1800s and early 1900s period costumes will be on the tour to play the parts of deceased historical figures and bring them back to life. Learn about the history of Edmond and take a tour of the Downtown Area where many founding fathers of the city lived and worked. Tickets are $7. Select nights in October – check website.
Enid Cemetery Tombstone Tales - Enid, OK
A wagon ride through historical Enid Cemetery on a moonlit Oklahoma evening. Usually held in September and October. Re-enactment Characters portray historic personalities who once lived in the Enid area, and, as you ride through the cemetery, they approach your wagon to tell their unique, true stories.
Fort Reno Ghost Tours - El Reno, OK
By lantern light hear the stories of the restless spirits of the old post align with some of the unsolved mysteries and murders that have occurred here. Visit with paranormal research teams who have done investigations here at the Fort. Select evenings – check website. Generally third Saturday of each month. Reservations and Advanced Payment Required. Admission: Adults $10, Seniors $9 (55+), Children $5 (5-12)
George Murrell Ghost Stories - Park Hill, OK
The only surviving antebellum house in Oklahoma hosts visitors for ghost stories. Begin the tour with a serving of cookies and cider before moving throughout the house to hear spine-tingling tales from costumed storytellers.
Grisso Mansion Candlelight Ghost Tour - Seminole, OK
A walking tour of the mansion and grounds accompanied by eerie tales of the mansion’s mysterious history in late October.
Guthrie Ghost Walk - Guthrie, OK
It is a 90 minute walking tour of part of the largest historic district in the United States. The Walk focuses on several of the most documented locations for paranormal activity in the state, all located in the Historic Downtown Guthrie area. The Victorian Era buildings and unique history provide a perfect backdrop for sharing of the local legend and lore as related to the haunting of many of the buildings. 7:15 pm tour is suitable for all ages, 10 pm tour is more suitable for ages 12 and up. Take a walk and see where the history meets the mystery!
Haunted History Trolley Tours - Muskogee, OK
The Three Rivers Museum of Muskogee and the Haunted History Trolley Tours will run a few select nights of ghost fun in October. Hop on the “Okie from Muskogee” trolley at the Three Rivers Museum for a tour of some of the creepiest spots in and around Muskogee and Fort Gibson.
Jeff Provine Ghost Tours - Oklahoma City, OK
Ghost tours in Oklahoma City and Downtown Norman. Jeff also does the OU Ghost tour.
Tulsa Spirit Tours - , OK
A haunted history tour started in 2003 by Teri French-White, the founder of the Paranormal Investigation Team of Tulsa. They started as a bus/trolley tour but they now also offer a walking tour and a pub crawl. The pub crawl visits 3-4 bars over the course of 2.5+ hours on Friday nights. The website promises a “spirit filled” night with ghost stories, eerie tales and frosty ales while you learn about the history of the Brady Arts District. The party bus tour lasts 2 hours and includes Gilcrease Home & Tomb, Tulsa Cave House and Tulsa Race Riots, among others. The Ghost, Girls, Guitars & Gunslingers tour is one hour on Thursday nights for a cost of $10 per person.
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