Out on the Town
October 2021 Downtown Norman Ghost Tour
Take a stroll down Main Street with the walking ghost tour of spooky tales from Norman history, including a few new bits about the old Sooner Theater!
Enjoy stories telling the strange side of the city's history:
... the barber still working the shop despite his grisly death 85 years ago,
...a gangster buried near his hideout just east of town,
...and the monsters of Lake Thunderbird!
The tour will meet at the James Garner statue at the intersection of Main Street and the railroad tracks a few minutes before tour time. The walking tour will last about 80 minutes and covers about eight-tenths of a mile on public sidewalks.
Tickets are $12. Each guest receives a commemorative glow-in-the-dark wristband as your ticket. Masking and vaccination are recommended.
This isn't a "jump-and-scare" tour like a haunted house nor an investigation, although several guests have captured an apparition in photos. All stories have been researched from interviews and public archives.