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Take A Ride Into Haunted History

Take A Ride Into Haunted History

Ride Into Haunted History Explore the Spirits Just Outside the Senses Each year, as the heat from August becomes entangled into the coming fall, summer releases its clutches and fades away into a slow yet colorful death. And with its demise comes a new season that seems to take the last few...

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Creepy Tales From Route 66: Harvey Goes Home

Creepy Tales From Route 66: Harvey Goes Home

In 1935 the midwest teetered on the edge of extinction. Economic ruin had spread like an unchecked plague, infecting its way across the nation, shutting for-ever once profitable doors and ruining the lives of millions. But in Oklahoma that was only the beginning. Another sinister force was...

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Now and then, the universe provides an example to remind us what life is truly about. We encounter someone who looks at their surroundings and thinks, “there just isn’t enough time in the day to do everything for everyone who needs it.” uniquelahoma.com/tina-parkhill-woven-community/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Uniquelahoma is an online magazine showcasing what is unique, beautiful, and positive in Oklahoma. Started by…

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Everything in life and in this world moves. It is in some process of change. This is because change is the life blood of existence. And that blood flows continually in a a direction that is rarely the path of least resistance in order to push the most doors of growth open. As a result, it often seems we are not moving forward in life. But in actuality, our flow has just been slowed so we don’t miss seeing the many open doors that life has afforded us. – C.L. Harmon