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An Oklahoma podcast that focuses on true crime, unexplained phenomena, and local legends. Host Marnie Vinge explores a different case each week with the help of an ensemble cast of friends. If you're an Oklahoma ghoul who enjoys the morbid and macabre, this is the podcast for you.
GUTHRIE GHOST WALK
Marnie is joined by Guthrie Ghost Walk founder Stacey Frazier. Stacey tells some stories about Oklahoma's most haunted city and shares what drew her to investigating ghost stories. Check out the Guthrie Ghost Walk Facebook page here.
Marnie's mom, Larrissa Vinge, is back to discuss the history and haunting of the Constantine Theater in Pawhuska, Oklahoma. From it's glory days to its restoration, the Constantine has been full of ghost stories.
BIG MAC AND THE WARDEN'S HOUSE
Whitney Willis joins Marnie to talk about the haunting of the warden's house at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary.
Author and haunted historian Jeff Provine is back again! This time the gang discusses the 101 Ranch and the romanticized Wild West. Jeff also shares some tales of hauntings at the 101 Ranch as well as where it got its name.
HAUNTED GARFIELD COUNTY
Jeff Provine and Tammy Wilson join Marnie to discuss their new book, Haunted Garfield County, Oklahoma. They discuss what makes liminal spaces spooky, the history of Enid and the surrounding area, and relay some ghost stories about theaters, cemeteries, and storm drains. Purchase their new book here.
JOAN GAY CROFT
Johnetta joins Marnie for a discussion of the 1947 Woodward tornado and the disappearance of Joan Gay Croft. They discuss their own Oklahoma tornado experiences, as well as some theories about what might have happened in this unsolved mystery.
I love everything I’ve listened to so far! I would love to see an extended podcast of the Girl Scout murders. I have personal ties to this and was super intrigued by what you spoke about. Hope to see it soon!
I’m just starting to sample various podcasts so I wasn’t sure what to expect. I did, however, assume the discussion would focus on what the Hex house was, why it was worthy of discussion and various urban legends or stories that may have circulated after the arrest of the home owner. The hosts tended to get off topic often. It was hard to follow the story of Hex house when events where discussed out of order, a few minutes where focused on R Kelly, the Tulsa haunted attraction with the same name, how other killers eyes looked, etc. I will continue to listen in hopes that the stories become more complete.
Sooner Corral episode
Hearing this podcast took me back to the days that I worked at this bar. I worked 3 years in this bar and I remember some of these stories as they happened. Plus lots more to them. The building burned unfortunately.