Spine-tingling setting for ghost stories
by Chip Latcham
03:00 PM, Wednesday, October 29
Halloween has an extra special significance this year for some celebrants in the Bee-Live Oak County area. What better setting to hear ghost stories and other Texas tall tales than at the supposedly haunted Historic Oakville Jail that evening! Thi...

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