Abandoned Oklahoma is a website devoted to exploring abandoned sites around the state. Photos of the locations visited are posted in a blog style format along with interesting history narratives. The site also offers an active forum for users to discuss locations as well as an interactive map available for purchase for the most committed explorers.
Pretty Boy Floyd’s Tulsa Home: Feb 11, 1932 20 Tulsa Police Dept officers raided 513 E. Young St. in search of Charles Arthur “Choc” Floyd, a.k.a Pretty Boy Floyd. Floyd evaded capture following a shootout near 5th & Harvard. He abandoned his vehicle registered to a Jack Hamilton of Young Street. Jack Hamilton = Pretty Boy Floyd. Woody Guthrie claimed that more people attended Pretty Boy Floyd’s funeral than that of any governors’ in Oklahoma’s history. He was laid to rest in Akins, Okla.
1. Ingalls- Settled after the 1889 land rush, this busy town had about 150 people living in it. This ghost town was the site of a shootout between the Doolin and Dalton gangs. There is a stone memorial in the town in remembrance of the marshals who were killed.
Oklahoma Centennial - Stillwater, OK. This red granite historical marker is located in a small park on the Northwestern corner of the intersection of 6th St (Highway 51) and Perkins Rd in Stillwater, OK. It commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Oklahoma Land Run and the original town site of Stillwater.
Vintage Oklahoma The Old General Store Cluttered Stale Tobacco Smoke Kids Photo