PONCA CITY, Okla. – Residents in one Oklahoma town were able to say goodbye to a landmark earlier this month in grand fashion and were treated to a spectacular sight in the sky.
The Airline Drive-In in Ponca City has been closed since 2007 and is scheduled to be demolished.
A developer has already purchased the land and is set to build a housing development in place of the old drive-in theater.
Earlier this month, some residents and Praise FM teamed up to say goodbye to the drive-in with one final movie.
The drive-in welcomed guests one last time for a free showing of ‘God’s Not Dead.’
While many eyes were trained on the screen, others were looking toward the sky.
A guest captured a picture of what looks like a face in the clouds looking down on the theater.
After the movie, there has been a renewed…
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