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A huge kangaroo is frequently witnessed strolling by a secluded road outside Farmington.

A woman in flames, hauling a kerosene bottle may often be spotted coming into sight in a restroom mirror. Locals here who have witnessed this ghost declare this ghost is almost certainly the stressed ghost of a local resident who used to live here in Farmington. Any which way, it's a menacing phantom that you do not want to run into after midnight.

A space alien from another galaxy has from time to time been made out resting on a stool in a house close to Farmington.
The ghost of a young air force pilot has been said to have been noticed on several instances attempting to capture something by Dead Wood Swamp. Local people assert that this ghost is the undeceased soul of a former Farmington resident.

A space alien may now and then be seen in the backseat of a car by the driver catching a sight of the ghost in her rear view mirror before sunrise.

Marco Polo has frequently been spotted watering plants in the side garden of a house in Farmington.

The martian navigator of an extraterrestrial spaceship is frequently made out pushing orbs around in Cooks Gap in the early morning hours.

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