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Dead Women Crossing - Real Weatherford Haunt

  • N. 2440 Rd.
  • Weatherford, OK
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Located on Deer Creek, Dead Women Crossing is a small community that has quite the haunting story attached to it. It involves a woman named Katie DeWitt James who was a school teacher and an alleged prostitute, Fannie Norton. Katie filed for divorce from her husband in 1905 and took her baby on the train to go live with her cousin. She was never heard from again. It had then been discovered that Katie spent the night with William Moore at his home and had been spotted leaving in a buggy wth his sister-in-law, Fannie Norton. The odd thing about this was that the baby's clothing appeared to be bloody. Katie's body was found near Deer Creek, her head severed. The murder details are still unclear to this very day and Fannie had denied murdering Katie, but ended up committing suicide by poisioning herself the day she was questioned. In this area, reports of a blue formless light have been spotted, along with the sounds of a ghostly woman crying out for her baby.
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