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Ghost Stories from the Murrell Home

Ghost Stories from the Murrell Home

Compiled and transcribed by Jennifer Sparks.
(A Friends of the Murrell Home Project, 2009)
The Murrell Home, built in the 1840's in the Cherokee Nation, is still standing at Park Hill, Cherokee County, Oklahoma. It was known originally as Hunter's Home, then as Murrell Home for many years. The home was built by George Murrell who married Minerva Ross, niece of Chief John Ross. The Oklahoma Historical Society changed the name back to Hunter's Home in 2018. This book contains collected ghost stories of the Home and the area. The stories in the book are considered to be simple folklore from the community, visitors, staff and volunteers of the Home. The Home is recognized as a National Historic Landmark.  Fascinating history! 90 pages, including photos, maps. Paperback.
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