Introduction:Think you know everything interesting about Oklahoma? Or, maybe you think there is nothing interesting about Oklahoma. Either way, here is some trvia that you probably didn't know.
The original capital of Oklahoma, Guthrie, is home to the United States' only lighter museum. The National Lighter Museum has thousands of lighters on display.
Boise City, a small town in the panhandle of Oklahoma, was bombed on July 5, 1943. Six practice bombs were dropped by B-17 Bombers from Dalhart army base.
Oklahoma has more original miles of the famous Route 66 than any other state in America. There are many interesting points of interests along that stretch of highway, including the largest soda bottle.
In 1909, the first Boy Scouts troop in the U.S. was started in Pawhuska, Oklahoma. This happened only two years after Oklahoma became a state.
Beaver, Oklahoma is the Cow Chip Throwing Capital of the World. It is also home to the world's largest cow chip throwing contest. Folks come from all over the world to hurl piles of poop.
Now that you are almost prepared to run the Oklahoma category on "Jeopardy!," you need to visit Oklahoma. There is a lot of strange and interesting things for you to do and see.
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