Haunted Guthrie, Oklahoma

Jeff Provine (Author) Tanya McCoy (Author)

Product Details

$31.99  $29.43
History Press Library Editions
Publish Date
August 24, 2015
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.44 inches | 0.85 pounds

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About the Author

Jeff Provine is a curriculum developer and lecturer in Norman. He founded the Norman Downtown Ghost Tour and the OU Ghost Tour, a charity walking tour of the spooky stories of the University of Oklahoma campus. His other collections of Oklahoma folklore include Campus Ghosts of Norman, Haunted Norman and Haunted Guthrie, co-written with paranormal investigator Tanya McCoy. Visit his website at www.jeffprovine.com.

Tanya McCoy joined her first paranormal team located in the Oklahoma City area in 2009. In 2011, she formed her own team and in 2012, she joined forces with Investigating Oklahoma's Paranormal (IOKP) founder Dee Park to form Oklahoma Paranormal Association (OPA). OPA teaches new paranormal enthusiasts proper techniques to conduct paranormal investigations. Tanya and her team continue to do private investigations for homeowners and business owners who may be experiencing paranormal activity.

As founder of the Oklahoma Paranormal Association and a board member of the Mustang Oklahoma Historical Society, TANYA MCCOY started researching the paranormal more than two decades ago. In January 2020, she opened a metaphysical shop in downtown historic El Reno in the historic Rock Island Railroad offices and hopes to open Oklahoma's first paranormal museum. She is also a nurse and a published children's book author who is currently working on her first fiction novel.

Raised on his family's Land Run farm north of Enid, JEFF PROVINE began collecting Oklahoma folklore in 2009, when he started a ghost tour at the University of Oklahoma. He has since added tours for downtown Norman and in Oklahoma City. His other works include the This Day in Alternate History blog, The Academy webcomic, the illustrated urban legends collection 31 Ghost Stories and Okie Comics Magazine. Jeff serves as professor of English at Oklahoma City Community College and lectures on creative writing and the history of comic books around the metro.