By Brandy McDonnellA version of this story appears in the Sunday Life section of The Oklahoman. From a distance: Oklahoma museums and attractions engage online during coronavirus closuresIn the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum has gone viral in the good way.From main street of its turn-of-the-20th-century town Prosperity Junction to the black-and-white photographs of its Dorothea Lange special exhibition, Tim, the museum's head of security, has spent the past two weeks virtually showing thousands of people around one of Oklahoma City's most popular attractions.Along the way, he has become a social media superstar, garnering praise from folks as far away as Australia, Finland and the U.K.; drawing media attention from CNN, People and the New York Post; and earning celebrity fans like Sarah Silverman, Patton Oswalt and fellow Oklahoman Toby Keith."I didn't expect the attention that it would receive in the midst of a global pandemic.Read more on


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