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An extremely large duckbill was perceived gazing up on the pinnacle of Academy Hill.

A space man was seen hitch-hiking next to a shadowy road close to Manchester.

The ghost of a young-looking gentleman in a leather jacket was distinguished in the center of Averys Brook flickering a kerosene lamp. The ghost did not appear to be agonized by the onlookers. A lot of locals argue this ghost is the struggling spirit of a long gone Manchester local. No matter what folks say, this is a nasty ghost that you shouldn't go looking for.

A huge quagga has frequently been spotted mailing a letter at a Manchester post office.
A beheaded man is frequently made out downing gasoline from a pump at a gas station in Manchester. One thing is for guaranteed, it unquestionably is a menacing ghost that should be avoided.

The alien pilot of a UFO is known to have been spotted on a handful of instances speaking into the air as if someone in addition was in attendance.

A female with her right arm and right leg severed can repeatedly be witnessed walking a Bulldog around midnight on a shadowy Manchester street.

A space alien from Mars may be noticed very frequently peeping through trailer windows in Manchester at the stroke of midnight.

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