I know every generation probably says it, but it tends to be a simple truth. Things are not like they used to be.
When I was a kid, my parents would dress us up and turn us loose in the neighborhood. My two-years older sister was usually charged with watching over me, and we usually had a good time trick-or-treating for a couple of hours each year...
Take a road trip and do a little fright-seeing this fall by visiting these 10 terrifying towns and creepy cities across the Sooner State. If you're into the paranormal and supernatural you could have a haunted holiday if you think you're brave enough.
If you're looking for some frighteningly good fun this Halloween you're in luck! MacArthur High School is hosting a haunted attraction called 'Mortuary of Madness.' With a name like that, you're sure to have a terrifying time.
This 100-plus-year-old restaurant in Oklahoma is well-known for not only its amazing food but for being one of the most haunted places in the entire Sooner State! There have been numerous ghost sightings and scary stories told by those who have encountered wandering spirits while visiting the restaurant.
This Oklahoma pumpkin patch has some of the most amazing views and some of the most delicious eats and treats in the entire Sooner State. If you're looking for some fall family fun that everyone will enjoy and is VERY AFFORDABLE, you'll definitely want to check this place out for an unforgettable afternoon.
This unusual forest in S.W. Oklahoma is one of the most haunted and terrifying places in the Sooner State. The creepy tales of this place are legendary and the stories just keep getting scarier and scarier. BEWARE, hike the trails of this frightening forest at your own risk!
If you're looking for suggestions on some horror movies to watch between now and Halloween we have a top 5 list for you. Why not hit play on some home-grown horror movies that were filmed right here in Oklahoma?