Mohawk Park and Golf Course

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Mohawk Park is reported to be full of “little people” who can be heard talking and moving throughout the area, although they are invisible. The park is also said to be home to an 8-foot-tall Deer Lady–half woman, half deer–who may appear standing on her hind legs. On the golf course, a bathroom facility is believed to be haunted. A light has been seen inside it at night, although there is no electricity running to the building. It is also said to be very cold inside, even in summer.

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Geographic Information

Address:
5701 E 36th St N
Tulsa, OK 74115
United States

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GPS:
36.21715156085852, -95.9171781709473
County:
Tulsa County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
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  1. October of 2012, I was riding my bike after sundown around the zoo parking lot area. I was riding through the parking lot and looked across the street and there was an old lady standing under one of the street lights in the park. When I looked back over, she was gone. Needless to say, I was the only one around at that time. It was about 8:30 at night and there wasn’t a single car parked in any of the lots I had ridden around. Never rode at night in that park again.

  2. My parents and I live in the Lakeview Heights area, over by what is now TRAICE Academy. About a year ago I was in the car with my dad, we were at the stop sign by Traice, heading towards our house when all of a sudden my dad said, “What the hell is that?!” I looked to our right and it looked like a lady with the hooves of some type of animal, we weren’t sure what it was. It looked at us for a minute and watched us drive by and it ran off. I never knew anything about a deer lady haunting Mohawk Park at the time, so I didnt know what to think about it. But there’s the problem, Lakeview Heights is a little ways away from Mohawk park. I’m starting to think she doesn’t just haunt the park, but maybe even a couple of the surrounding areas as well. We recently saw her again about a month ago. Same place right by that stop sign.

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