Lawton's First Escape Room ABOUT ESCAPOLOGIST. Escapologist is Lawton Fort Sill's first escape room experience. We have worked hard to create an immersive experience for your enjoyment and we know you will. We are always developing new puzzles and escape rooms for the communities enjoyment.
Welcome to the Official Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum Website - Where History Comes Alive In late 1868, General Philip H. Sheridan arrived in the area with the 7th US Cavalry under Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer, the 10th US Cavalry under Colonel Benjamin Grierson, the 19th Kansas Volunteers and the 6th US Infantry.
Geronimo's Grave Marker, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Geronimo (June 16, 1829–February 17, 1909) was a prominent Native American leader of the Chiricahua Apache who long warred against the encroachment of the United States on tribal lands. He died of pneumonia at Fort Sill in 1909.
Lake Lawtonka is a lake in Comanche County in the state of Oklahoma in the United States. The lake is 2 square miles (5 square kilometers) in area. It is formed by a dam 60 feet (18 meters) high and 375 feet (114 meters) long across Medicine Bluff Creek. The lake provides the water supply for Fort Sill and Lawton to the south.
The Medicine Bluffs A Registered National Historic Site This Unique Landmark at the eastern end of the Wichita Mountains was noted, described, and explored by all early expeditions and was held in deep reverence by the Indian tribes of this area from time immemorial.
Fort Lawton was a United States Army post located in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle, Washington overlooking Puget Sound. In 1973 a large majority of the property, 534 acres of Fort Lawton, was given to the city of Seattle and dedicated as Discovery Park.