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By Sean Rowley
Tahlequah Daily Press 

Grave of famous horse still attracts visitors 50 years later

 


TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (AP) — He has been off the air for 50 years, and deceased since 1970, but Mister Ed still has a faithful following.

TV's most famous talking horse didn't do autographs, but plenty of memorabilia immortalizes Mister Ed and the show that ran during 1961-66. Plenty of fans make the trip to Tahlequah to see a big memento: Mister Ed's grave marker.

"People call the chamber all the time, asking about the grave site," said Laura Doss, executive director for the Tahlequah Area Chamber of Commerce.

There is disagreement about whether the actual Mister Ed, whose real name was Bambo...



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