Drunk Tom - Lake Wichita

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According to local legend, Drunk Tom was a young man who had left a night of hard drinking to walk along the reservoir. He fell in and drowned. Folks say if you go to the spot, you will hear a whiskey bottle break and see a vision in the corner of your eye, which disappears when you look directly at it.

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Geographic Information

Lake Wichita Trail
Wichita Falls, TX
United States

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33.84343814080584, -98.53794819129689
Wichita County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Lakeside City, TX (1.1 mi.)
Wichita Falls, TX (5.5 mi.)
Pleasant Valley, TX (7.2 mi.)
Holliday, TX (9.2 mi.)
Iowa Park, TX (10.6 mi.)
Jolly, TX (10.9 mi.)
Scotland, TX (13.2 mi.)
Dean, TX (13.2 mi.)
Cashion Community, TX (13.5 mi.)
Burkburnett, TX (17.7 mi.)


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