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How Curious

Have you heard some story about Oklahoma and wondered if it was really true? KGOU's Claire Donnelly gets to the bottom of legends, rumors, tall tales and other curiosities in Oklahoma in How Curious. Are you curious about something? Email Claire at curious@kgou.org.

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Angler Billy Nabors catches a state record 98 pound blue catfish with a rod and line in Lake Texoma, November 2004.
Oklahoma Department of Wildlife / wildlifedepartment.com

A catfish the size of a bus lurking in the deep waters of Lake Texoma, with eyes as big as a Volkswagen Beetle’s headlights.

 

Steven Neal heard this rumor and asked “How Curious:” Is it true?

 

Former Oklahoma City mayor George Shirk examines an old stove in the Chinese “city” under Oklahoma City, 1969.
Jim Argo / The Oklahoman

For decades, Oklahoma residents have circulated rumors about a vast network of tunnels under downtown Oklahoma city where hundreds of Chinese immigrants lived at the turn of the century.

 

KGOU listener Gypsy Hogan asked “How Curious:” did those tunnels really exist?

Coming Soon: How Curious

Mar 16, 2018

KGOU’s new podcast is called “How Curious.” Hosted by Claire Donnelly, it explores your questions about Oklahoma. If you have a question for “How Curious," email curious@kgou.org.