So tell me about Red Oak
First Prev
of 3
Next Last

Jenks, OK

#43 May 27, 2013
Two cents wrote:
Don: You're Not Fooling Anyone With Your Sarcastic Questions, Nor With The Lie That Youre From NJ. Its Obvious You're Gathering InformatIon For Another Purpose.
AND.... whatcha worried about it for?
Don Crawford

Indianapolis, IN

#44 May 27, 2013
Two Cents - believe what you will, but I've got no other motive.

Don't believe me? Check with the Latimer County Clerk. That's where I send my taxes to every year. Or maybe check with the Cravens FD. They hit me up for $25 every year.

Everybody else- I have visited and I have a friend from the area who checks on it twice a year. Thank you for all your responses! I'm still interested to hear what others have to add, though.

So tell me about Red Oak.
born n raised

Madison, WI

#45 Sep 24, 2014
I hope they didn't scare you off.. Red oak is not bad.. The secluded areas where people an disappear are called mountains. Even locals get lost back up there. Talihina is. Rough town but red oak? Lol that's just funny. Born and raised here. The worst thing is the fact of everybody knows everybody business. Wanna know who is stepping out on who then just come on down to the local gas station and hear all. We do have our crazies and our odd balls but they won't bother you and most of them aren't from here, we just kinda adopted em. Kids will throw parties at unattended cabins if they can get to them but its not all crazy and horrible with people missing and murdered like they make it out to be.. The biggest missing case is a family from eufaula.. That one is still a huge mystery and cannot be explained..
Peace and Quiet Lover

Broken Bow, OK

#46 Sep 24, 2014
Don wrote:
See this is the kind of stuff I like to know! Anything else I should watch out for besides the kidnappers and murderers?
Yes, most definitely watch out for old ladies like Red Oak lady and a few others who bad-mouth Red Oak and tell falsehoods! If the truth was known, they have probably lived there for 50 years and don't like to see new people move into "their" area. It's people like this that you need to ignore as most of the residents of this area are very nice and would welcome new people to the area with open arms! Talihina is also an okay place to live. There are no big malls or even large grocery or other stores in the area, so you won't be able to run out at midnight to buy food or clothing. You just adapt to what's available and enjoy the peace and quite!

Ridgedale, MO

#47 Oct 31, 2014
Wow well I moved here a Lil over a month ago have met so many ppl and everyone has been so nice and have helped a great deal the officer (Bob) is also nice has done work on my property and I always see him patrolling every night haven't met a mean person yet I wouldn't go back to California if you paid me and we don't ever plan on leaving red oak, and we r raising our 4 kids here and they love the school here
Bo knows

Prairie Village, KS

#48 May 11, 2015
so what's the local economy like in red oak what's the job market like does most people commute to work and where

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker
First Prev
of 3
Next Last

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Red Oak Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Bully's @ THS (Mar '16) 15 hr Ourkidsdeservebetter 13
Veterans Center 16 hr Dr Seuss 33
Lynn Taber?? (Mar '16) 16 hr statingfacts 6
Valley Super Foods?? (Mar '16) Tue BVMom 45
Poll any haunting legends around that area (Nov '09) Tue Usher 44
Does anyone know anything about Vanessa ixman? Mon Hmmm 4
Brent Oct 21 horton 7

Red Oak Jobs

More from around the web

Personal Finance

Red Oak Mortgages