Haunted Bartlesville, Oklahoma [NOOK Book]

Overview

Spirits and specters linger, haunt and taunt locals and strangers alike throughout Bartlesville. Some of the city's hottest tourist spots are host to chilling tales of otherworldly visitors. A fair share of the more than twelve thousand souls buried in White Rose Cemetery refuse to rest in peace. Gentleman diners may be distracted at Frank and Lola's by the chilling shadow of Estelle, a ghostly holdover from the building's brothel legacy. Jake Bartles gave his name to the town, and some say he left his soul for ...
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Haunted Bartlesville, Oklahoma

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Overview

Spirits and specters linger, haunt and taunt locals and strangers alike throughout Bartlesville. Some of the city's hottest tourist spots are host to chilling tales of otherworldly visitors. A fair share of the more than twelve thousand souls buried in White Rose Cemetery refuse to rest in peace. Gentleman diners may be distracted at Frank and Lola's by the chilling shadow of Estelle, a ghostly holdover from the building's brothel legacy. Jake Bartles gave his name to the town, and some say he left his soul for posterity as well, haunting the halls of the old Dewey Hotel. Oil tycoon Frank Phillips, loath to leave his riches, haunts Woolaroc Ranch and his mansion on Cherokee Avenue. It seems even those who have passed over do not pass on from this cosmopolitan gem.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015924800
  • Publisher: The History Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 11/7/2012
  • Series: Haunted America , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 112
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Rita Cook is a writer and editor who specializes in a variety of subjects with a special emphasis on haunted houses and ghosts. She has published three books with The History Press: A Brief History of Fort Worth, Haunted Dallas and Haunted Fort Worth. She is also the coauthor of Tourist Town Guides: Fredericksburg, Texas.
Cook is the managing editor of Celeb Life Magazine and editor-in-chief of Insider Magazine. She began her journalism career in Chicago, working at Insider Magazine and the Chicago Sun Times. Her column "Green Life" is featured in the Dallas Morning News, and she also writes an auto column called "Behind the Wheel" that is featured in the Washington Times Communities.

Cook can be heard on Mondays on Insider Magazine Radio Show's featured segment "I'm Standing Here."
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