Prior to operating under the name “SOAARR,” the facility served as a rehabilitation camp for teenagers and adolescents struggling with substance abuse. Today, the site is abandoned and harbors an apparition who runs past the window. The identity of the spirit remains a mystery. Inside the building, visitors reported experiencing cold spots.
Currently abandoned and overrun with plant growth, the Jessie Creek Cemetery is located near the Circle Mountain and infamous Haunted Hill just outside Bartlesville, Oklahoma. It resides in an open field near a small defunct lawn-and-landscape business. Due to the obscuring vegetation, the cemetery is difficult to spot when driving past it. Those who do manage to visit report having technical problems with their digital cameras, possibly because of ethereal activity.
Mission Bottom, an old Native American school, was built along the outskirts of Wetumka, Oklahoma. Around 12:00 AM every night, a mysterious light navigates the top floor; the light could not be humanly produced, as the second floor was demolished several years ago.
The undisclosed residence in Ponca, Oklahoma was haunted by Wild West mayor J.W. Lynch and a young boy named Joseph. Tonya Kimble, her two daughters, Hailey (age 15) and KK (age 9), and her boyfriend, Sergio Gonzales, began looking for a place to live in 2011.
The Indian Reservation Elementary School burned down a few years ago, killing a small group of teachers and children. Now, objects can be seen moving by the remains of the school. Laughing children can be heard as if they are still playing. In the gym, which remained intact from the fire, the sound of a bouncing basketball can be heard, although the area has remained locked. The coach’s office light stays on all the time for unknown reason, and it has never burned out.
It is believed that during the 1940s, there was a Nazi Prisoner of War Camp located just north of the Arkansas River in Broken, Oklahoma. Now, those who visit the place late at night have reported having a bad feeling and hearing things behind the gate.
Legend has it that an old man named Tucker lost his sanity one day during the late 1800s and killed his family (his wife, his children, and his mother). He then buried their bodies in the cellar beneath the house. Eventually, he took his own life. After his death, the property was turned into a cemetery, but the house remained.
During the 19th or early 20th century, the Bessie Gym was used as a morgue. It is believed to be haunted by the old caretaker, who has been seen wearing a long black trench coat, a top hat, and a long, brown beard. There have also been a number of cold spots in the building.
The Clinton Insane Asylum has had reports of strange lights at night and a woman standing in the window. It is believed that if you turn your car off, it will have trouble starting back up. Not much is known about the hospital other than this. It later became the VA center in Clinton.
The voices of children laughing, talking, and playing can be heard coming from Binger School’s gym at night, when no children are at the school. The sound of footsteps and talking has been known to occur in the basement. It is unknown what causes the hauntings.
There have been several reports of ghost of a man with a half-burned face, likely a firefighter who died in action. In the Short Grass Playhouse, there is a painting of a girl that refuses to be painted over. Several people have tried to cover it up, yet it keeps reappearing. There are several tales of ghost lore surrounding these locations.