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61,047. A case in Oklahoma in Heavener, where you had some coal miners going down miles two beneath the surface of the Earth, and they were blasting out what they called rooms in the mine ... and they found a wall. And this wall according to the report was made of six-inch polished blocks of stone. (Archaeology & Oklahoma & Stone) Michael Cremo, author Forbidden Archaeology, radio interview Hidden History of the Human Race
83,893. In East Oklahoma there was an unusual stone structure found. It was composed of stones and some of the stones were taken and analysed, and it appeared to be from all indications the remains of a huge smelter for refining gold ore. (Oklahoma & Stone) Jonathan Gray, interview Coast to Coast Hidden Discoveries
83,894. It is illegal for women to do their own hair without being licensed by the state. (Oklahoma & Hair) Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! 2006
83,895. Oklahoma is in the middle of what is known as tornado alley. Every year hundreds of twisters tear across the landscape. They’re incredibly dangerous and destructive. And their key feature is that same spinning spiral. (Oklahoma & Tornado) Professor Brian Cox, Wonders of the Solar System: Order out of Chaos
114,336. By the end of the day all 1,920,000 acres in the Oklahoma district had been claimed. (United States & West & Oklahoma) Ken Burns, The West VIII: One Sky Above Us I 1887-1914
129,393. Terror: smashing and twisting its way across the land, winds in excess of 200 mph, a tornado strikes. In all of nature’s fury there is no wind storm as great or as deadly as the killer tornado. (Tornado & Oklahoma) In Search of s3e2 … Tornadoes, 1978
129,394. Oklahoma City has been struck 32 times since 1892. (Tornado & Oklahoma) ibid.