Private tours can be available anytime during the year for groups of about 10.. During off season, please email of the guides below.
[Prospective Tours in Planning Stages]

"Tale's of Hell's Half Acre"- A Haunted By History Tour (OKC)
Using Marilyn A. Hudson's Tales of Hell's Half Acre, along with ongoing research, this tour reveals some of the lively events, people and time in the area known as "Hell."  Tour Guide, Marilyn A. Hudson.
"The Ghost Teller" - A Haunted By History Service (OKC Metro area)
Author, professional storyteller, and local historian, Marilyn A. Hudson can share thrilling tales of ghosts and hauntings to add to your get together or event.  Hudson has shared stories at several regional storytelling festivals, libraries statewide, and for historic sites.  Popular during October but can be scheduled at any time.

"Historically Haunted" - A GHOULI and Haunted By History Tour (OKC Metro Area)
Historically Haunted Tours of Oklahoma offers a unique and family-friendly resource for some of Oklahoma's most unusual history. You are invited to see the other side of Oklahoma with guided walking tours and exclusive dinner parties in haunted restaurants. Explore unexplained cases within the state of Oklahoma and witness paranormal investigative methods firsthand. Historically Haunted Tours of Oklahoma was established and is run by G.H.O.U.L.I, one of Oklahoma's most reputable paranormal investigative teams. The mission of G.H.O.U.L.I. is to preserve the past and increase interest in Oklahoma's strange and sometimes haunting history. Visit the group's website for dates and details about upcoming exclusive events taking place right here in the state of "Ghostlahoma," and prepare yourself for a spine-tingling ghost tour you won't soon forget. (

"Historic Faith" - A Haunted By History Tour (In planning stages now)
Explores some of the histories and events of early churches and places of worship in Oklahoma City. Prospective sites include: First Methodist, Wesley UMC, First Presbyterian, Calvary Baptist, and the location of the 1889 St. Joseph's Catholic Church. 

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