It’s time for another road trip! And this time, we’re going to take you to some of the scariest real-life places across Oklahoma. From cemeteries to ghost towns to an abandoned insane asylum, this haunted road trip will lead you to places where ghosts reside and paranormal activity is common. Just print this Google Map and take the 543-mile journey to experience a road trip unlike any other. Are you ready to face the most haunted places in Oklahoma? Let’s hit the road!

While these are just a few of the most haunted places in Oklahoma, the rest may be hiding in plain sight. Have you ever had any paranormal encounters in Oklahoma? We’d love to hear about your experience!

If you are looking for more haunted places to visit in Oklahoma, check out our Terrifying Haunted Road Trip. And be sure to check out our road trip essentials list before hitting the road.

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Haunted Places In Oklahoma

What is the most famous ghost story from Oklahoma?

While there are many scary places in Oklahoma, you’ll find the best real Oklahoma ghost stories unfolding in its most groundbreaking sites. The historic Constantine Theater out in Pawhuska is said to be haunted, and so, too, are places like a former speakeasy. For a truly fascinating taste of local history, ask around in your hometown – urban legends and famous ghost stories are best learned through word of mouth.

What is the most haunted town in Oklahoma?

The most haunted town in Oklahoma is most likely Guthrie but here are a couple more spooky destinations:

  • Fort Reno’s El Reno community is reportedly haunted.
  • If you’re looking for a more natural escape, you simply must swing by Veteran’s Lake … just pay no mind to its ghostly residents.


What is the creepiest abandoned place in Oklahoma?

Perhaps the spookiest abandoned site is Picher, Oklahoma. This sad ghost town was abandoned when its former lead and zinc mines were found to be poisoning residents. Today, it’s considered too toxic for human habitation.

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