Wednesday, March 18, 2009

'GHOSTLAHOMA" Officially Unveiled March 21

Get a signed copy at Paracon 2009 in El Reno on Saturday, March 21.
Available on Amazon.dom

Sunday, March 15, 2009

The Hager House in El Reno, Ok

You may have an interest in staying or visiting the Bed and Breakfast in the future. " Two different teams have been in the B&B and have found a great deal of activity.' Reports owner Raelyn Grant. If you are interested in visiting please contact me ASAP to make arrangements to meet."

Raelyn Grant

The Hager House Bed and Breakfast

619 S. Hoff Ave.El Reno, OK 73036


Saturday, March 14, 2009

New Group in North East Oklahoma

The Northeast Oklahoma research society has been together formally for about two years but have been investigating for many years prior to starting their own group. "We have about 10 core members and investigate primarily in Northeast Oklahoma but will soon be traveling to Arkansas for an investigation. " Notes group spokesman. "We have investigated several residences, schools, military installations, and business since we began. we are a science based team relying mostly on sustainable evidence from each investigation and assisting our clients with any needs they may have. We offer our services free of cost to any person and believe in information sharing with other groups in order to promote a positive image in the field of paranormal investigations."
Check out their website at

Friday, February 20, 2009



Tonya Hacker, Tammy Wilson, or Amanda Wagaman
(580) 402-6732 or

Oklahoma ParaCon 2009 Hosted by the “Ghost Divas” and the El Reno Convention and Visitor’s Bureau is set for Saturday, March 21, 2009 at the Historical & Haunted Elk’s Lodge No. 743.

El Reno, OK – The 4th annual Oklahoma Paranormal Conference will be held at the historic Elks Lodge in El Reno, Oklahoma on March 21, 2009. This year’s event will feature many speakers from across the nation and Oklahoma.

2009 speakers include nationally recognized ghostologists such as Oklahoma favorites Troy Taylor, author, and TruTV’s “Haunting Evidence” star Patrick Burns who will headline the conference. Other speakers are Oklahoma’s very own skeptic, Dr. Bryan Farha, Paranormal Deep Sea Diver Lee Ehrlich of Florida, Georgia Ghost Society founder Bob Hunnicutt, Oklahoma story-teller Marilyn Hudson, Oklahoma’s only TV horror host Brian “Dr. Fear” Young, and Paranormal Investigation Team of Tulsa and Tulsa’s Spirit Tour coordinators Teri French and Russ White. The event is being emceed by internationally known Brian and Anna Marie of Ghostology! - internet radio powered by CBS.

This year’s theme is “It was a dark and stormy night…Celebrating the ghost story!” Ghost stories have intrigued everyone for centuries, so we invite everyone to explore, share and understand the power of the ghost story. From the psychology behind why we like to be afraid to the ghostly tales of yesterday and today, it will all be discovered in a fun and educational setting.

Ghostlahoma, the only book solely dedicated to Oklahoma ghost stories will be released at the Oklahoma ParaCon. Written by para-historians Tonya Hacker and Tammy Wilson, Ghostlahoma will chill your bones and warm your heart with over 40 true tales of hauntings from the Sooner State. From the first published ghost story in Oklahoma to present day phantom hitchhikers, this book will take you through over 100 years of Oklahoma’s haunted history.

The El Reno Convention and Visitor’s Bureau will be hosting historically themed Upper Floor Tours and dinner events later in the evening in downtown El Reno. There will also be trolley tours that are fundraisers for the Preserve El Reno Program. Dinner will be available for purchase at the main event at the Elk’s Lodge.

Oklahoma ParaCon 2009 will be held at the Historically Haunted Elks Lodge in El Reno, OK on March 21, 2009 beginning at 2:00 PM. Tickets are $25 each for the event if purchased in advance, and $30 at the door. Tours and dinners will be an additional cost. This event is approved for teenagers to seniors, no matter how old, or how skeptical. OK ParaCon is becoming a part of Oklahoma’s history, one story at a time.

GHOULI, Eerie Oklahoma, and the Ghost Divas strive to preserve and promote Oklahoma’s history through research and to present it in educational and fun venues. ###END

Friday, January 30, 2009


Oklahoma Libraries are great community resources providing information and recreation to an entire community and to inquiring strangers. They will usually offer courteous and factual information to even a paranormal researcher. It is recommended that instead of dropping in to demand to see the "spooky stuff", a group or individual should develop a relationship with the library, offer to volunteer, and help with fundraising, etc. Demonstrate that Paranormal groups give back to their communities...

"Broken Bow Public Library. This 1998 building stands on the site of a former high school. Sometimes at closing, staff members report a cold spot and argumentative voices in the southeastern corner of the library.

Inola Public Library. Books often move themselves forward and fall off the shelves in this small facility built in 1969.

Waurika Public Library. Housed in a historic Rock Island railway depot built in 1912, this library’s haunt is responsible for books falling repeatedly off the shelves, phantom telephone rings, and doors opening and closing. A translucent male apparition has been photographed. "

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