March 15, 2012
This Land Magazine

March 15, 2012

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In this issue, Ginger Strand takes the case of the I-40 serial murders and the OKC Cop who solved them and blows it wide open.

LETTER FROM INDIA: Sheilah Bright encounters the Banjara gypsy community in India.

TOGETHER: Kris and Nicole Crawford are on baby #2 of their planned 6. Good thing this couple is used to going without. Rebekah Greiman reports.

IMAGINARY OKLAHOMA: In “Black Wound,” Shann Ray writes of a daring tribe who face their massacre head-on.

A TALE OF TWO TERRITORIES: Tamara Logsdon Hawkinson profiles her ancestors, one of Oklahoma’s “first families.”

DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS: Ginger Strand writes about a string of truckstop murders along Interstate 40.

CANDY CREEK EQUINOX: Richard Higgs goes into the woods to explore the meaning of ritual. DONE THAT: The ever-adventurous Natasha Ball gets twisted when she takes a class in storm chasing.

ORIGINAL OKIE: This issue, we feature Mike Turnbaugh, a local glass sculptor.   

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