Oklahoma family details what it's like to bear a famous name
February 4, 2018
BROKEN ARROW, Okla. (AP) — Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" was published 200 years ago.
The classic piece of literature tackles this question: Should man possess the power to reanimate the dead?
Locally, there's another Frankenstein tale, albeit nonfiction: What's it like to bear the Frankenstein name?
Broken Arrow resident Wes Frankenstein, 57, indicated it's a lot like the Johnny Cash song "A Boy Named Sue."
"Absolutely," he said. "That's a good analogy."
Frankenstein told the Tulsa World that he was kidded so much during his childhood that he wondered what it would be like to have a...