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Only in OKlahoma Show

Harley Covington and Brett Manzer

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Howdy Y’all…just kidding! Welcome to our page. We are the Only in Oklahoma Show, where you can hear about travel and entertainment in the Great State of Oklahoma. Our sole purpose is to shine a light on some of the people, places and stories that make Oklahoma, more than just “OK”. In fact, Oklahoma is one of the most underrated travel destinations in the country even by some of the locals. Powered by award winning podcasters (2018 Podcast Award – Society and Culture), Harley C. and Brett Ma ...
 
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You know who has all the best stuff? Today we are discussing Dead People’s Stuff: Architectural Antiques and Design in Oklahoma City, OK. Stained glass windows and apothecary cabinets are just a few of the items you'll find at the quirky Oklahoma City antiques shop known as Architectural Antiques and Dead People's Stuff. Open six days a week, you'r…
 
If you have a full-house, you have to go all-in? Today we are discussing The All In Diner in Purcell, Oklahoma. Next time you find yourself in Purcell, make sure to stop by and enjoy a delicious bite to eat as well as a friendly conversation with anyone of the friendly restaurant regulars. Whether it is breakfast or lunch, All In Diner has a home s…
 
Who's bringin' the sm'ores? Today we are discussing The Silo at Lake Tenkiller in Vian, Oklahoma. The Silo at Lake Tenkiller is within walking distance to the Tenkiller State Park Entrance & also within close distance of your favorites- Big Daddy's, Pine Cove Marina, Clearwater Cafe and across the dam from Soda Steve's, & Fin & Feather! The waterpa…
 
New Year's resolution? Eat Good Food! Today we are discussing the Hen House in Okemah, Oklahoma. The Hen House Cafe is one of the most popular places in Okemah for homestyle comfort foods, Hen House Cafe specializes in delicious foods and friendly service. Local favorites include meatloaf and mashed potatoes, chicken and dumplings and chicken fried…
 
Who's got time for a diet? Today we are discussing Eddie’s Bar and Grill in Edmond, Oklahoma. Eddie's is well known for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. Prices here are reported to be attractive. This place is famous for its spectacular atmosphere. Visit Edmond for the unexpected experience. You'll find champi…
 
Are you up for Christmas on a zipline? Today we are discussing the PostOak Canopy Tour's Christmas in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Harness your fears with some holiday cheer and zip faster than Santa's eight reindeer at PostOak Canopy Tour's Christmas event that runs Dec. 1 - 23 and 26-28. A shuttle runs guests from the designated parking zone into the festive…
 
Who doesn't love breakfast all day? Today we are discussing the Willow Inn Cafe in Enid, Oklahoma. Willow Inn Cafe is famous for their fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, dessert, and coffee. Breakfast is also served all day. "Enid is a city pulsing with great expectations." Those words were penned by Pulitzer Prize-winning journali…
 
Want to know one of the best kept Christmas secrets? Today we are discussing the Artesian Hotel Classic Christmas in Sulphur, Oklahoma. At the Artesian Hotel Classic Christmas, you can enjoy first-class Christmas cheer including activities and events such as cozy carriage rides, classic decorations, even special Santa and Mrs. Claus singalongs, and…
 
HunnyBunny Biscuit Co. is always a solid weekend brunch option. Service and atmosphere are always on point. This spot is a great option for a solo breakfast up to a big group gathering. The lines can get long during peak service times, but usually things move quickly. Oklahoma City embodies the Modern Frontier and defines its own future. A young ci…
 
Have you ever wanted a slide in your living room? Today we are discussing the Slideaway Hideaway Cabin in Broken Bow, Oklahoma. Slideaway Hideaway Cabin is one of the most luxurious cabins in the Broken Bow area. It is the perfect balance of intrigue and extravagance for our younger campers, young-at-heart campers, or literally anyone. Broken Bow, …
 
You don't have to risk it for this bisquit, just walk up to the counter and order one. Today we are discussing the HunnyBunny Biscuit Co. in Oklahoma City and Edmond. HunnyBunny Biscuit Co. is always a solid weekend brunch option. Service and atmosphere are always on point. This spot is a great option for a solo breakfast up to a big group gatherin…
 
What are you doing in November? The Month of November is full of family friendly fun in Oklahoma. If you want to find something new to do this month, check out the show. St. Elijah Mediterranean Food Festival - Soak in some history and culture while celebrating Mediterranean food with the congregation of St. Elijah Antioch Orthodox Christian Church…
 
Why are ghosts such bad liars? You can see right through them. Today we are discussing a Haunted Radio Station in McAlester, Oklahoma. Shanna Warner grew up in SE Oklahoma, near the town of Wilburton. In her early career, she was a radio announcer, reporter and journalist. Today, she and her husband publish Natural Awakenings Oklahoma, a free healt…
 
Why did the skeleton go to the party alone? Because he couldn’t find any body to go with him. Today we are discussing the Museum of Osteology in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The Museum of Osteology, located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is a private museum devoted to the study of bones and skeletons. This museum displays over 350 skeletons of animal spec…
 
How can you tell if a monster likes you? He takes another bite. Today we are discussing the Haunted Constantine Theater in Pawhuska, Oklahoma. Constantine Theater in Pawhuska, Oklahoma is the second oldest performing arts center in Oklahoma. The Constantine Theater was built in 1914 and touted as the "Finest Opera House in the Southwest." Pawhuska,…
 
Why didn’t the zombie go to school? He felt rotten. Today we are discussing Oklahoma's Bermuda Triangle in Beaver, Oklahoma. We have a great interview with Bo Luellen, author and investigator. Bo joins us to discuss the mystery of the Shaman's Portal in Beaver Dunes State Park in Beaver, OK. Is it Oklahoma's Bermuda Triangle? Did Coronado write abo…
 
What kind of boat does a vampire travel in? A blood vessel Today we are discussing the Edmond Historical Ghost Tours in Edmond, Oklahoma. At the Edmond Historic Ghost Tours you can learn about the history of Edmond and take a tour of the Downtown Area where many founding fathers of the city lived and worked. Tour guides dressed in late 1800s and ea…
 
Why don’t mummies have time for fun? They are too wrapped up in their work. Today we are discussing The Guthrie Ghost Walk in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Hear the Histories behind the Mysteries! Take a 90minute walking tour of locations in Historic Downtown Guthrie as we visit the sites that are historically most active for paranormal activity. Oklahoma's F…
 
Where does a ghost love to go swimming? The Dead Sea Today we are discussing Fort Reno in El Reno, Oklahoma. The U.S. Government commissioned Fort Reno in 1874, the same year that George Custer's expedition confirmed reports of gold in the Black Hills, and used the fort as a military post until just after World War II. Fort Reno policed and enforce…
 
What’s big, scary, and has three wheels? A monster riding a tricycle. Today we are discussing the Halloween Festival at the Castle of Muskogee in Muskogee, OK. The Castle of Muskogee covers 36,000 square feet with an accompanying Renaissance Village. The owner built the entire attraction from a warehouse and a field into a 60-acre playground. The C…
 
What happened to the cannibal who was late to dinner? They gave her the cold shoulder. Today we are discussing the Haunted Overholser Mansion and the OK Historical Society in Oklahoma City, OK. The Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS) is an agency of the government of Oklahoma dedicated to promotion and preservation of Oklahoma's history and its peopl…
 
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