The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters

THE OKLAHOMA PANHANDLE: STRANGER THAN FICTION

“The truth, and only the truth, is often boring.”
—Goreism

doubt that anyone today notices the state of Oklahoma is shaped like a frying pan, with a long handle that touches New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas and Texas, and the rest of Oklahoma. How this long 34- by 166-mile handle came to be is intriguing, to say the least. Here’s

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