Gilcrease Museum

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Nighttime security guards and other employees reportedly have witnessed a ghost that roams the halls in the museum.

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1400 N Gilcrease Museum Rd
Tulsa, OK 74127
United States

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36.174611479199676, -96.02120984498288
Osage County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
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  1. I was here a few years ago, there is an older home on the grounds and you can walk in the garden area. I was walking along a small rock retaining wall and stopped to tie my shoe. In the wall was a two seashells, a childhood treasure perhaps from years ago. Seashells are a treat in landlocked Oklahoma. It was a little spook to find something that had been there for 50 plus years. I think about those seashells all the time.

  2. My grandma worked there for many years and told me sooo many ghost stories about Gilcrease Museum! Thomas Gilcrease and his mother are both buried on the grounds.

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