Thursday, June 24, 2010


There is not much as anything left of Hope Oklahoma.  We have found the old cemetery and the church; which looks to still be in service.  We also find steps and a sidewalk that could have one side led to a house but no foundations.  Foundation to a possible well house is close by.

My research turned up only that the town possibly lived back in the 1880’s.  In trying to reach this place I suggest you use a pick-up truck for it is all back, dirt roads.  It can be a difficult place to find.

Eagle City

Originally named Dillon, the post office opened July 1902.  The name was changed to Eagle City September 4, 1909.
My research didn’t turn up much.  Wildfires have spread through the countryside destroying a lot of the old buildings.  As for why this town did not survive I can not answer.  Railroad tracks pass through the town, and there is an old grain elevator next to them.  One building that remains in the old filling station.  Another one reminded me of a small school. 

A few homes, a dog, and church still remain active.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

I'm back

Well it's been a long time since I've been around and now it's time to get back into the paranormal world.  I've missed it.  We took a trip to Texas this past weekend and we stopped at a few cemeteries.  I realised that this is something I enjoy doing.  It's fun.  And I don't need to be part of some paranormal group or team to be a part of the paranormal world.

I'm going to set up a new web site dedicated to ghost towns and cemeteries.  When it is up and running I will post it here.