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Gnomes call Medicine Park home

Painted gnomes are started popping up in Medicine Park. (Source KSWO) Painted gnomes are started popping up in Medicine Park. (Source KSWO)

MEDICINE PARK, OK (KSWO) –Gnomes have started calling Medicine Park home after first being found in downtown Lawton a few months ago.

Wood blocks with fun gnomes painted on them recently popped up in Medicine Park. Each gnome is different and can be found watching walkers, skateboarding or even floating up in the air with balloons.

Similar gnomes were spotted in Lawton November 2015. The mystery gnomer says he started in California and does it to bring a bit of cheer to the people that see them.

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