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Tulsa & Bixby Oklahoma...

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posted on Nov, 1 2004 @ 12:59 PM
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Just curious, I noticed some of you from in/around the Tulsa area. Does anyone have any information on the cemetery in Bixby, OK just west of 151st & Memorial. I don't know the name yet, but last night (Halloween) we, my girlfriend and I, went out there and heard something very weird. This occurred at 3:10am Nov 1, 2004. This is a fairly large cemetery (covering a few square blocks) and has a rural highway right next to it and a wooded area behind it. Around the center of the cemetery is a large white building with a garage door and windows. I believe it to be for storage of equipment and for funerals, but I'm not sure. Anyway, we pulled in from the side enterance (off of a road from the highway) and worked our way from east to west, almost to the edge, then back south to the back of the yard. We drove along the very back road until it turned north again and then on the next block turned facing west. In front of us were about 6 trees (3 on either side of the road). Small trees, maybe about 10-12ft high. It was raining pretty steady that morning, so we had our windows cracked (we're smokers). My girlfriend told me to shut the lights and the car off. There was very little light from the road this far back, but enough to make out the surroundings. After only about 2 minutes, we heard what sounded like a female scream. My girl freaked out and told me to "GO! GO NOW! GO!", so I went. Honestly, I was sort of spooked myself. Now I'm not any professinal, but I do look for little things to try to determine something unknown. This did resemble a scream, but I was trying to focus on too many things at once to really listen. I do not believe it to be a bird because of the tone and vocalization of it. Something like a coyote or wild dog crossed my mind, but it sounded too much like an actual scream. The closest thing I can relate it too is a scream from a typical horror movie of a woman about to get murdered by a knife. The thing that bothered me after we got back to town was how quickly it got loud. The scream seemed the consist of about 2-3sec bursts, then a very brief pause (maybe about 1 sec) and repeated about 3-4 times before my motor overtook the sound. At the first burst (or scream), it was sort of faint, like it could be a few hundered feet away, but about double the volume of a human scream at that distance (it was where it was audible, but was at a distance farther than it would be if a human was screaming... if this makes sence). The next 2 seemed like it was moving very rapidly from the wooded area (I assume, we were in my car) north towards the cemetery, each time almost doubling in volume. This is what makes me turn down the idea it was an animal was the speed and volume it was approaching at. I'm not good on judging distances, but I'd say it would sound like if you doubled a loud female scream and put her at the end of a football field, and then rushed her at about 15 mph toward you at the other end of the field. So it's an abnormally fast approaching (through a wooded area) and loud. Now I didn't look back because I was focusing on driving and not destroying anything, so I can't say if there was anything behind me.

If anyone has any ideas on maybe something to do (I was planning on going out tonight with a buddy or two and some audio recoring equipment and see if it happens again) or any information on this area, or would like to help me look into it, please let me know.




posted on Nov, 2 2004 @ 09:05 PM
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I'm afraid you and your girlfriend have been exposed to the Bixby Poltergeist, Jebus, and I hasten to add that you were both lucky to have survived the encounter. An old Cherokee medicine man from outside of Locust Grove once told me the story, but it's been almost 20 years and I don't remember all the details. Yes, it's a woman alright...a Native American woman who was the victim of foul play way back in the 1920's Tulsa oil boom days...she was falsely accused of a crime...I think it was some trumped up charge that she had been using some type of illegal drug...opium I think...the plot was hatched by a wealthy Tulsa landowner who wanted her small family farm because he erroneously thought there was oil on the property.

Seems that a Tulsa psychic (they were called fortune tellers back then) told him there was oil there. This psychic, a gypsy who was orignally from India, hated this NA woman because she had stolen the man she loved and was planning to marry. This Gypsy woman had been married to an American merchant marine (also a Cherokee) who died in California two years earlier under mysterious circumstances himself from what was alledgedly food poisoning.

Anyway, according to this medicine man, she (the NA woman) ended up going to jail briefly, but it never went to trial due to lack of any real evidence. Thing is... her husband died from a heart attack during all this, and then a few months later (on Halloween eve I believe, but it was three days before they found her body) she was found murdered in this cemetary (strangled in her own home and then dumped in the cemetary) where you were the other night. Nobody was ever arrested for the crime and I think this landowner ended up getting her land anyway, but no oil was ever found on it. The Gypsy fortune teller left town about a year later and was never heard from again. That's all I know, and there may not be any truth to this story...but this old medicine man sure seemed to know a lot about it. Odd thing reading about this on the internet at some website like this. Small world. Jungian Synchronicity. I drove through Bixby last week. Nice little town.



posted on Nov, 2 2004 @ 10:59 PM
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This is very interesting. I would like to hear of any updates of your next visit. I would suggest taking video and audio equipment, along with a few friends. Stay together though, because if it is a poltergist, it could get more creepy than one might want to experiance alone.

Fry



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