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Tulsa’s Terrifying Hex House


Tulsa’s Hex House was inspired by one of Oklahoma spookiest, true stories.

A 1944 investigation found two women had been under “hypnotic control” for seven years. They claimed that Carolann Smith was leading them to the good life in heaven. While the women lived in rags in an unheated basement and slept on orange crates, she lived in luxury.

Smith was convicted of suborning perjury, released a year later and never seen again.

The house was demolished in 1975, but was recreated in 2008 as an immersive walk-through attraction that has been called one of America’s best haunted attractions.

Emily Long, Jones PR

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