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While in Oklahoma, you might enjoy a visit to:
12 foot high monument-like stone bears Runic alphabet marking dating back to 1012 AD. Believed to have been carved by the Vikings who, as we all know, came to Oklahoma 500 years before the time of Columbus. With interpretive center on grounds.
In 1943, Boise City was mistakenly bombed by Americans on a night training mission. The town celebrates the event with a concrete replica of the hole. Prepare to be underwhelmed, but amused.
When Elvis was driven from Memphis to Vegas (he hated to fly) the Trade Winds was his preferred mid-way stopping point. Room 215.
Spiritual Tower of Power for evangelist Oral Roberts -- closer to God, architecturally, anyway.
The only gun designed to hurl a nuclear shell at an enemy. On display outdoors at Fort Sill.
The long-lived incandescent illuminator is one of our "Light Bulb Methuselahs." In a 1912 fire station, the light bulb hasn't burned out since it was first flicked on in 1929 or thereabouts.
50+ vintage windmills, no two the same. Best to visit when it's breezy. Creak, creak, creak, creak...
A monument to a unique bond of friendship between Ellsworth Walters and Osage Indian Chief Baconrind.
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