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Lady of Hex House: Read By Author

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Hex House

Dive deep into Tulsa’s whispered legends as we present a visual exploration of the enigmatic Hex House and its intriguing owner, Carol Ann Smith. Merging fact with fiction, this video captures the essence of a tale that has captivated Oklahoma for decades. From heart-wrenching tragedies to dark mysteries, join us in this cinematic journey as we uncover the layers behind the ‘Lady of Hex House.’ Before you delve into the article, we invite you to watch this visual narration that sets the atmosphere for the intriguing tale that lies ahead.

For an in-depth exploration of this story, check out our detailed article Lady of the HEX House.

Eric Neher

Eric Neher


Eric Neher is an award-winning author who lives in Newcastle, Oklahoma. He is a continuing contributor to Uniqelahoma Magazine and has numerous short and flash fiction stories published. Notable works include Permian Remorse, The Bane of Dave, Fractured Frame, The Cycle, A Haunted Cemetery, and Horrific Separation. His debut horror novel titled The Killing Pledge is now available. Follow him on Twitter: @ENeherfiction Email:


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