Frontier Texas - It's For Real

Kathleen Walls
December 22, 2016
Frontier Texas - It's For Real
Some museums pack a punch. You walk away feeling "been there, done that" in real time. Frontier Texas is one of those. You feel as if you are listening to real people talking just to you when you experience an encounter with one of Frontier Texas's nine spirit guides. Spirit guides are not supernatural phenomena although they create an almost perfect likeness of a living, breathing person. They are three-dimensional hologram images of several Native Americans, a former slave, a frontier soldier, a buffalo hunter, a cattle driver, a frontier woman running her boarding house, and Cynthia Ann Parker, the white mother of the last Comanche chief, Quanah Parker, that Frontier Texas uses to bring the era when Abilene was the frontier (1780-1880) vividly to life. It's also the official visitor center for Abilene and the Texas Forts Trail Region.
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