Is a Norman Coffee Shop Being Built On an Indigenous Burial Ground?

As a person that grew up on horror films in the 1980s, I was taught that ancient Indigenous burial grounds are a sacred space that should never be tampered with, mostly due to a dearth of angry spirits that will haunt your lovely white family.


Nowadays, however, it’s become more about respecting our late loved ones final resting places, much like the way that I’m sure you would want with your heritage. But, still, I’m positive there are those of us that wouldn’t mind a few angry spirits haunting your lovely white family anyway.


The main reason that I bring it up is, apparently, in Norman a coffee shop is currently being built near Main and Berry on a possible Indigenous burial ground. I’ll take a mocha frappuccino, hold the spooky spirits!


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