Violet Springs Cemetery

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Witnesses have reported phantom growling noises near a grave with a headstone that says “murdered by human wolves.” However, rumor has it that tombstone inscription actually refers, albeit cryptically, to the fact that the woman buried here was killed by a botched abortion attempt.

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OK 39 and N350 Road
Konawa, OK
United States

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34.97026143999173, -96.7758107183181
Seminole County, Oklahoma
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  1. The headstone has been missing since 2007 or before. The “Human Wolves” refer to Lotharios, and is a literary reference. There was a criminal trial with a doctor and a school principal put on trial for the murder of two girls, not just Katherine Cook. The cemetery is interesting to explore and a nice piece of OK history.

  2. Katherine Cook’s headstone had been stolen. It’s happened a number of times, according to locals I talked to, and the Sexton said they won’t be replacing it. People leave tokens and coins in remembrance. This was last July, 2020

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