Born on date: 1893
Many of Perry's numerous Victorian-era red-brick buildings bear the date of construction on their facades (a feature common with the original buildings of most Oklahoma towns). The newest of these generally stem from the 1920s, and since the town sprang up after the 1893 Cherokee Strip land run, some facades bear dates from the decade following. It is not unusual to find throughout this town of 5,000 souls a Victorian-era or pre-Depression era building on every block, though most are concentrated around the town square.
Anything to protect yourself with.
Something solid so it can double as a wepon. Good Running Shoes. KY just in case they catch up to you. Anything with a LCD screen so you can tell the locals you now have thier souls, and can control them. Anything to distract them with, like a piece of foil, or one of those dogs you wind up and it does flips.
Perry: God's Forgotten Country
"Amityville, watch you back!"
After a funfilled night of Music at the 2003 Orange Peel in Stillwater, we drove up to Perry as a last resort, where we stayed in a Day's Inn right off the highway. The hotel looked like a crime scene waiting to happen, but when we got to the room, the real charm was revealed. The door lookes as if it had been kicked down recently and the white ceiling, bathroom walls and bathroom door knob have been stained yellow and brown in the crevaces from years of smoking in the room. That night we stacked the table and chairs against the door in a last ditch effort to protect ourselves from anyone, or thing that wanted in.
But i digress, the stay was frightning, but fun to experience, if I had to I'd stay in that sh*t shack anytime I traveled to Perry, but God-willing that will never happen again.
As for dining they had a quaint little Irish gormet restraunt called simply McDonald's, which must be pretty popular, the sign said like over a million served. The near beef patty on a freshly baked Irish Roll hit the spot, but the tour-de-force was the luke warm potato cut we dipped in a tomatoe dressing. My favortie sight in this garden of evil was the 'You Are Now Leaving Perry' sign.